Wednesday, December 30, 2015

This stock 26" DJ frame is for sale: $450

23"top tube, 69/75*, 14.9" CS, 25 B drop, 27.2mm Seatpost, straight steerer, Supertherm tubing light frame

Sunday, December 20, 2015

 Chase (I think, it was dark) at their new steep set at Anthills
 me and Shawn got some runs at a hastily thrown together wall

Tuesday, December 8, 2015




Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Starting Kurdt's 24" at the chainstay

Its been a while since I've built with a straight/external headset-headtube. This one has just enough room for a Marzocchi's knobs. This frame has got room for a 26t sprocket and the biggest round profile tires available (Maxxis 2.5"s) at 14.9" slammed

Sunday, November 22, 2015

 Light chocolate/clay brown
A few reasons why internally machined headtubes are better for MTBs: they require less heat for welding, as they have a constant wall thickness (making the weld stronger!). It is also much easier to mitre the main tubes against them, as they don't have complex curves to contend with. This tighter fit makes for a stronger weld. They look really clean with a suspension fork.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

A clone of the frame and bars that I am running. I will be making a run of these in the next week. The frame geometry has a longer reach and a shorter chainstay than most hardtail DJ frames. 

The oval monostays usually take much longer to miter, but this one went really quick. Stuff always goes faster when you have lots of sleep followed by a gallon of DrPepper.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Pretty tired from the weekend jam/race. The race course was difficult and sent many people OTB (myself included) when coming out of a few berms.

 This is what happens when jumps are a little disproportionate and the dirt is too new.

Eric bought this old Stout 24". That lens distortion makes it look like it has a 90* head angle. Photo tip:  Back up and zoom in to reduce distortion.

Monday, November 9, 2015

Sunday, October 18, 2015

in less than a month we'll have the first RedBull barrel race over at Hilltop. The CTY guys finished the track in less than a few weeks. Hopefully the rain won't prevent the big trails from finally getting built to completion.