2016 marks our 24th year in business. We’d like to thank all our customers for supporting us over the years. Loretta and I feel very fortunate to be able to make a living doing what we love and surrounding ourselves with people that share our passion for cycling.
We have built our reputation on our customer centered design process, 5 star customer service and uncompromising craftsmanship. Over the last 24 years we’ve built somewhere in the neighborhood of 4000 frames. Refining both our skill at the bench as well as developing an understanding of how to design each bike/frame to meet the customer’s needs and expectations.
Titanium gravel, painted by Black Magic Painting. Sram eTap with Reynolds wheels and Pauls brakes.
Ti fat bike. Will be on display at 2016 NAHBS.
This is an older Ti CX frame with ISP and sporting cantilever brakes.
We called this one the Bitchin Camaro. We displayed his at the 2010 NAHBS.
Carbon fiber road bike. Voted NAHBS “Best Carbon Fiber Frame” 2011 at NAHBS Austin.
Classic steel stage race bike with Campy.
Here are a bunch of random pics of our shop inside and out. Loretta is also a fantastic landscaper and gardener. Thanks to her we have a beautiful environment to work in.
Titanium 29er MTB with Sram XX1.
Classic Stage Race road bike. Titanium with Utlegra Di2, Ritchey BSS and Enve wheels.
Titanium gravel bike with Ultegra Mechanical and Stans wheels.
Steel road frame with S-bend chainstays and seatstays. Sram Red build kit with mountain goat gearing.
Painted titanium disc road with Ultegra Di2, Enve cockpit and wheels.
This is a bike I did for myself. Not something I normally do but wanted to experiment a little.
Titanium 650b MTB with customer Strong stem and Strong post.
This is a classic XC style 29er MTB built for the fast rolling tails in TX.
Another classic steel road frame. This frame is a blend of True Temper S3 and Columbus XCr stainless. The stainless rear was left unpainted.
Built to train and race. This bike focuses on pure performance for competition but is robust enough to be a trainer and racer. At 15 pounds it’s no pig but RL can beat up on this thing all day long without a worry.
This all-road was built to do just about anything Brian can throw at it. It has tire clearance for up to a 40mm tire, fender mounts and rack mounts. He spends most of his time road riding but can easily escape to the the logging roads and trails when the inspiration hits. Adding fenders makes it great for early and late season riding with the weather starts to get a little sloppy.
This is what I think a great steel bike is all about. Clean classic lines, the best modern steel available and classic all day fit and handling.
This is a larger bike with clearance for up to a 44 tire. The trick with the larger frames is to make them look balanced. This one came out looking great.
Custom Blend titanium road frame with Shimano Ult Di2 and Hydro brakes, Enve/King wheels and Enve Cockpit.