Gigantic Park Bike

 

 
The New Roadster

The face of the new roadster. High power and Sharp handling A resurrected classic design for urban exploration I have wanted to build a classic Roadster for quite a while. This twitchy criterium frame may not have been the best choice, but the hyper-active handling matches my environment well. One big advantage of this frame [more...]

 
Super Bike

  Super Street Machine. Maybe Supabike. This one has the 52 tooth top ring. The 52t chainring gives the proper top gear speed, but doesn’t shift so well.  

 
Street Klein bicycle

1992 Klein Rascal Handlebars / Stem: Mission Control bar stem combination, with Ourys Fork / Headset: 1992 Manitou 1 on Shimano XTR headset Front Wheel / Hub / Rim / Tire:   Coda with Primo Comet 26 x 1.5   Rear Wheel / Hub / Rim / Tire: Coda with Primo Comet 26 x 1.0 [more...]

 
Grocery Getter cargo bicycle

Excellent variety of grocery stores around here. However, they are all a little too far to walk. So I built a grocery getter. The first bike turned out to be too flexible under load. I upgraded to a stronger framed Rockhopper. The folding rear baskets allow me to get the bike into the overcrowded bike [more...]

 
Grocery Getter

Excellent variety of grocery stores around here. However, they are all a little too far to walk. So I built a grocery getter. The first bike turned out to be too flexible under load. I upgraded to a stronger framed Rockhopper. The folding rear baskets allow me to get the bike into the overcrowded bike [more...]

 
Plastic Projectile

Subduing the sharp ringing jabs from rough New York Streets are the plastic aspects of carbon fiber frame tubes, plus the carbon fiber fork crown and steerer tube. It’s old school like a fishing pole. Then there is the light action of the nearly weightless Rock Shox SID air fork, tuned the opposite of off-road [more...]

 
Bad Ass Hybrid

Never thought there could be such a thing as a Bad Ass Hybrid. Here is a light aluminum big tube frame 2003 Gary Fisher Utopia, renovated. Finish: raw aluminum with clear coat. The Rock Shox on the front make street riding faster, easier, and more controllable. The wide range 27 speed drivetrain, Shimano Deore LX, [more...]

 
Black and Blue

The latest in fixed gear urban riding performance of the day. Aluminum frame, steel fork ends, carbon fiber post and bars, Selle Italia, Cane Creek, Specialized, Easton, and more! Brakeless, and tiny 12 tooth Dura-Ace cog kept the entire machine minimalized.

 
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