Thursday, December 23, 2010

it was a nightmare welding between the seatstays and the seat tube... but it came out nice. i had fun anyway.

23.5" eTT , 12.6: BB height (100mm fork) 16.25" stays, 68.5 deg HA

Hopefully the paint job turns out well... I spent twice as much time on this one!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Had the blue one done for a while now... its a ~23.2 TT dirt jump frame

The other is a super-gusseted trail bike that should be done tonight...  mostly. Cable guides always take longer than expected....

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The first 22" Wheeled BMX frame I have gotten to do:

Geometry is very similar to a 20, but I hear its a smoother, more sophisticated ride...

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

just got back from Phoenix and ready to make bikes again

Good time at the invite only trails:

Monday, November 15, 2010

if you ever get a chance to go to New Zealand, bring your own bike... they don't rent good ones. Scene has mucho potential though.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

I am MIA in Fiji and New Zealand for 13 days...

Put this little rad thing together and rode the trails...
I would never say "whee" in the air, thats stupid.

The frame is the most recent design with the trimmed disc drops, smaller TT and the integrated seat pinch bolt. With clear coat, this one's about 5.7lbs

Friday, October 22, 2010

A slimmed down disc dropout for a 23.25" TT dirt jumper. (For a huge person)

Friday, October 15, 2010

A trail/4x oriented hardtail with vertical drops. Soon to be powdercoated.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Some slightly slimmed down dropouts, a seat tube-TT gusset/seatmast for a 14" 4X oriented frame, and the overall look of the lighter frame that has a smaller, 1 3/8" TT, and lighter seatstays

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Aaaaahhhh Pistachio: 22" TT 12.7 BB height (w100mmMarzo) 15.5 CS, 68.5 HA, 70 SA Externally butted seattube, Heattreated dropouts. 5.8 lbs

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

      specs based on 100mm fork: 68.5 HA, 70 SA, 12.3-12.7" BB height , 15.6" chainstay length. 5.8 lbs

 the first Stout Lightweight SG... in candy red... with ghost stripes on the stays. 21.3 TT Euro BB, 5.65 lbs, 15.4" Slammed CS

Thursday, September 23, 2010

A new 1 3/8" TT and a downtube gusset to keep it stiff... and cool looking. Those tubes with the caps on them will contain ice. Thinner stays require some kind of mandrel to keep them from collapsing too much in the bending process...

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Got through some stupid steep jumps on the Stout Icecream. My friend Alain: "I thought I got some pictures of you jumping..."

Saturday, September 11, 2010

A MID BB, 15.5" Chainstay, 22.6" TT,  26" wheeled, frame that will be for sale in a few weeks (when painted)

Its a Dad bike

Take the parts from your Dads old C'dale and make them into a root mowing machine...