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NAHBS awards

I’ve just returned from Salt Lake City and the 2017 version of the North America Handmade Bike Show and I’m pleased to report that I brought two of the coveted awards home with me. I was awarded the “Best Fillet Brazed Frame” award for the Gothic fillet frameset and also pulled down the “Best Road …
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Introducing Roma.

For the past few years I’ve found myself feeling nostalgic about cycling and it makes me think back to what the sport, and the machines, were like when I started racing as a young man. There was a certain simplicity to both back then that has been lost over time. I feel there was a …
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Head Badges.

I’m happy to announce that I can now offer a headbadge on my bikes and framesets. The badges are handmade by Jen Green of Philadelphia, PA and to celebrate I have a special offer – any new order placed before the end of the year includes a headbadge at no cost. After the first of …
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A piece of history – Coors Light Serotta.

I just bought of piece of history – my own. I recently stumbled on the opportunity to own a frame that I built back in my Serotta days for the Coors Light Professional cycling team and I couldn’t resist picking it up. The gentleman that owned it gave me a very good deal and was …
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Forks? Why build forks?

I occasionally get asked by riders and other builders why I build my own forks and honestly this strikes me as an odd question. I suppose this a result of the way the fork is looked at in terms of bike design at this point…forks are all too often looked at like any other component …
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