Category Archives: Process

JKS X Inox.

Today was the day I was finally able to send out the two prototype full stainless framesets to their new homes and here’s a few shots of one of them. Be watching for an special introductory limited offer on the JKS Inox models soon.
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Inox.

I’ve long wanted to build a full stainless lugged road bike but it wasn’t until recently that I felt the stainless tubes available would give the ride I want my bikes to have. This changed when Reynolds started offering new stays and blades in their 953 stainless alloy that are stiff enough to give the …
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Fat Bike – ready for paint.

I’ve got a paint color picked and it’s off to JB’s. I’m excited to build it and get it on the snow. Dave

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Kirk Fat……or Fat Kirk III.

Today was a short day at the bench as I have been neglecting deskwork but I did manage to get all the fillets buffed out. Next up comes the small fussy bits…cable routing, bottle bosses and the rear disc tab. As long as I can make a good dent in my deskwork I can reward …
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Kirk Fat II.

Kirk Fat II Today’s installment of the Kirk Fat miniseries picks up where yesterday’s left off and the first step is cleaning and prepping the mitered tubes to tack and braze. Typing this out with so few words makes it feel like it should be something that takes little time. Just three things really — …
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