• Pascal’s cyclotouring bike

    When this bike was on display at the Bike Cult Show in NYC in August, the first thing anyone did was reach for the brake levers. They are new levers based on an old style called guidonnet (from the French word “guidon” for handlebar). In conjunction with the brazed on MAFAC Racer brakes with modern(…)

  • Jo’s mixte city bike

    I have a special place in my heart for mixte frames. Specifically the French style sport mixtes where the lateral stays meet on the top tube. There are a lot of fun details that a framebuilder can incorporate into the mixte design. In the past, I’ve done unique rear brake cable routing inside the top(…)

  • Will’s touring bike

    This bike has been a long time coming for Will. He approached me looking for a bike designed for loaded touring and ready for just about any abuse he could dole out to it. This frameset with double oversized tubing is ready for it. Both of us come from a BMX background so when he(…)

  • A flatland frame

    So I built a flatland frame for myself. I posted pictures of it on Flickr and then accidentally removed them. Technology can be so aggravating sometimes. So instead of reposting them on Flickr, I’ll post a few shots here. I don’t anticipate doing a lot of these projects as I have only made 8 BMX(…)