Category Archives: Bicycles
This past week I built up a 57cm Sunflower Rambler as a Portuer. What is commonly referred to as a “city bike” these days, the Porteur has deep roots as a French newspaper delivery bike. Optimized for getting stacks of … Continue reading
Heading off for powder tomorrow… Thank you all at Zen for making my ideas into a reality, looking forward to a good year.
Fringe benefit of daddy stopping in Clever Cycles, her first bike. Thank you Alistair for the ride to show off some shops I would have missed across town and Martina for having such a cool shop to share. I am … Continue reading
Getting ready. As much as I love the progress pictures, I can not wait to see the bikes in person. The next two days are charged up with anticipation.
Pictures hit my inbox this morning of the forks in progress, thank you David. Things are starting to build speed and momentum as we move through the prototyping. The braze-ons and main frame fabrication should be through tack up this … Continue reading
I am guessing is you have followed my story you may be looking to get a bike that bridges transportation and sport, i.e transportation does not have to be a mini van. You like bikes that have a traditional look … Continue reading
I have been keeping my cards to my chest on this project, but am at the point where I might pop if I do not share this one. I have been working really hard on this project as of late, … Continue reading
For the curious that were wondering a bit more about the heritage on this bike. I looked at vintagetrek.com and these bikes appear to fall into a bit af a numbering gap. It is clearly from 80-81 due to the … Continue reading
This is the most beautiful bike I have built up yet. I would even go as far as saying it is nicer than my roadeo from Rivendell. After years of reading on the web and doing multiple 650b conversions on my … Continue reading