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Friday, February 10, 2012

Beechwold Cycle Works (Yes, Columbus, Ohio)

I take pieces of steel tubing, in various shapes and sizes, and turn them into functional bicycles for people to ride. This is the corner of the web that you visit to find my ramblings. I make no promises about how coherent or on point any of the topics will be.



Latest back from paint

I received 2 bikes back from my painter Jack at www.franklinframe.com.  He does some pretty awesome work.  The details on the cow bike make it pretty hilarious.  I did stainless rings on the head tube I got from Walt.  The weight is 4.4lbs which is not bad for a 29er with a 44mm head tube and sliders.  The all white bike is a standard 26" for a 5'4" female.  It weighs in at 3.6lbs.


















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