Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Brown Power

Greetings, Earthlings.
Another bike today.

This one is headed over to Texas for Sean Blatnick.

This bike is made for one of those forks with the
tapered steerer and through axle.
The only way to go if you're putting a long fork on a bike.

Sean is by no means a whispy climber.
A custom frame for folks that are outside the "norm"
is the way to go. A bike built for Sean, not
anyone that happens to be more or less Sean's height.

Being able to have a bike that looks exactly
as you want is icing on the cake.

Thanks, Sean!

How 'bout some Rock and Roll
with capital R's?
Rye Coalition has (had?) the chops to
bang it out with the best.
Equal parts AC/DC and Shellac.


Anonymous said...

The 3-dimensional bending in the seatstays looks tricky.

blackcatbicycles said...

they are a bit tricky. i've gotten better at it, but in the past it sometimes took a few tries. i've got a pile of wrecked seat stays that just didn't work out that remind me to take it slow and do it right.