Â We’ve been out in Belwood for several months now and it’s beginning to feel a little bit more like home. In addition to building bikes, Hugh and Sean have slowly been getting the shop in order. The web updates have been a little sparse these past few months, but we always make sure we get a few photos up on the Flickr page.
Dave stopped by recently to pick up his new Ti S&S coupling equipped 29er. This bike is going to feel amazing on the trails and still pack down into a box small enough to avoid those pesky airline bicycle fees.
Dave’s bike features Chris King to Stans hand built wheels, a Shimano XT drivetrain, Eriksen sweetpost and a Fox F29 Thru Axle Fork with a tapered steerer and Chris King 1.5 headset.
Dave’s better half Mari also got herself a Ti S&S equipped 29er. We will feature that bike in our next blog post.
Jennie got a new S&S equipped 29er as well. This 29er is made of steel as opposed to Titanium and will be heading home with Jennie to Sweden.
Boasting much the same build as Dave’s bike, Jennie’s True North features Chris King to Stans hand built wheels, a Shimano XT drivetrain and a Fox F29 Thru Axle Fork with a tapered steerer and Chris King 1.5 headset.
Marc stopped by with his S&S equipped steel road bike he got from us in January. The smile on his face says it all.
Stephen got himself a very large disc brake equipped cross bike. When you are this tall, often a custom bike is the only option.
Here is a photo of Hunter’s new all-purpose road bike. This bike can be outfitted with fast rolling 23mm road tires or larger more durable tires like the Schwalbe’s pictured. The disc brakes will stop in all different weather conditions and the Shimano drivetrain will provide reliable smooth shifting for years to come.
Finally we have Brian’s new Cross frame. Black on Black with a carbon rear end. This bike is going to look amazing when it is all built up.