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frames, forks and the latest stuff... click on a thumbnail to read more

 

A travel tandem for trips through Europe ... more

 

 

 

A road frame for Tony, of light-weight steel: Columbus' Life frame tubing with Sand S travel couplers... more

 

 

 

Jon's mountainbike ... created to improve on his existing bike ..... a re-creation in light-weight steel. ..... more

 

 

 

Grant was after a bike to commute to work on and be able to head off on fire-roads as well ..... more

 

 

 

A Road frame for Simon, built of Columbus Life tubing, in a large 59.5 cm size, ..... more

 

 

 

My new 29er, with a bent seat-tube allowing short 430mm chainstays for even better handling... ..... more

 

 

 

Mick's road frame, made of Columbus XCR stainless-steel ..... more

 

 

 

A new frame for James, an old-school road racer ..... more

 

 

 

A lightweight steel road frame and fork for a diminutive female rider, ..... more

 

 

 

Ross's road bike frame and fork ..... more

 

 

 

Sean's travel bike frame with relaxed road geometry ..... more

 

 

 

Fraser's travel bike frame with relaxed geometry for Audax rides..... more

 

 

 

Mick's Life tubing Road Frame and Fork..... more

 

 

 

Kevin's Life tubing Road Frame..... more

 

 

 

Sam's fillet-brazed Spirit-tubing Road Frame..... more

 

 

 

Thierry's tandem MTB with S and S frame couplers..... more

 

 

 

Rays' road bike Breakaway road frame and fork..... more

 

 

 

an all-road frame and fork for all types of riding; road, dirt-roads and light-touring..... more

 

 

 

John's Rohloff hub MTB.... more

 

 

 

Alex's Urban get-around rig.... more

 

 

 

A relaxed road frame and fork for Leon.... more

 

 

 

Nick's Columbus Life tubing road frame.... more

 

 

 

Jean's road frame and forks; made to a Steve Hogg design.... more

 

 

 

Arnaud's XCR, Rohloff, S and S Coupler Randonneur .... more

 

 

 

My new ride, singlespeed or geared, road/singletrack .....more

 

 

 

Anthony's do-anything commuter....room for 42C tyres, Avid cable disc brakes, Shimano Alfine internal gear rear hub, chain tensioning by eccentric bottom-bracket .....more

 

 

 

A new coat of paint for my road frame. ...., the road bike keeps rolling along on the old faithfull components. This green is even better in real life, and was a pretty good colour-match to the digital print of a web-photo . ...more

 

 

A road frame for David, built of Columbus' Spirit tubing and designed to be more stable and more upright than his current bike. ......Internal cable routing for the rear brake with cable-housing 'stops' at the entry and exit to ensure braking feel is positive. ...more

 

 

Justin's commuter frame; a re-creation in TIG-welded lightweight custom steel of his previous frame that cracked at the seat-tube. Built without that frame's design weakness, .........it will be solid and stiff, and at 100 grams less, more lively as well . ...more

 

 

Taking your bike with you on air travel doesn't get easier than this. With Ritchey's Breakway system, I can create a custom frame that will fit into a suitcase: loosen the downtube clamp, remove the seatpost . ...more

 

 

 

John went all-out on this one. A singlespeed 29er frame and fork: TIG welded with stainless faces on the horizontal dropouts and a flaming paint job in Indy Orange...more

 

 

 

A stainless steel, 'porteur' rack for Steve ...more

 

 

 

Cam W. picked up the frame he'd had converted to singlespeed.....and took a few workshop photos...more

 

 

 

Ron's frame after one year's use, been in one accident, blue paint from the car's number plate on the fork, and Ron still hasn't broken it, touch wood... ...more

 

 

 

A road frame for Cam M. to replace his cracked Ti frame. He's a big guy, 120 kg (265 lb.) and about 6'3". This frame will give him a good run. ... ...more

 

 

 

S and S couplers were fitted to this frame.....now it can be packed up in the small S and S bag for airtravel without excess-baggage charges. These couplers are simply beautiful and work a treat. ...more

 

 

 

Cam's a big guy, 120 kg, and he's broken his last two frames at their fancy aluminium rear dropouts. This design will work with his weight, and give him the nice amount of flex and spring that a good steel frame has....more

 

 

A custom steel fillet-brazed road frame and fork...every joint is fillet-brazed including the Breezer rear dropouts, and the road-unicrown junction...more

 

 

 

With Ritchey's Breakaway frame components, a road frame can separate into two parts and the whole bike can fit in a 'standard size' suitcase or box for air-travel, and avoid excess baggage charges...more

 

 

 

robin's road frame with sliding dropouts to suit his Rohloff internally geared rear hub ...more

 

 

 

matt's fillet fixie frame ...more

 

 

 

cyclocross disc fork with the new disc mount. ...more

 

 

 

Click here for a larger imagefrank's rohloff fillet brazed mtb frame and fork. ...more.

 

 

 

mark's singlespeed fillet-brazed 29er, truetemper fork..more

 

 

 

darren's fillet-brazed 29er frame and fork to suit his Rohloff internally geared rear hub...more

 

 

 

tom's fillet-brazed track with shaped top &down tubes ...more

 

 

 

messenger special for ronasaur, fillet-brazed ... more

 

 

 

a lightweight cyclocross frame for Cog Bikes ......a fillet-brazed singlespeed cyclocross frame built with Columbus Life tubing. S-bend seat and chainstays with clearance for a 42C tyre, and stainless fork-end faces to save the paint.... more

 

 

wilsy's more-rugged singlespeed mtb ... more

 

 

 

singlespeed 29er of Columbus Life tubing ... more

 

 

 

singlespeed MTB... more

 

 

 

 

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