Geared: The Culture of Bicycles:

I was fortunate enough to be asked to display some of my work at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Ketchum.  They are featuring a two month exhibit on bicycle culture that will have some really cool events.  Ahearne cycles is also displaying and possibly Metrofiets.  If you would like more info you can check out their website here:


The bike I built to be displayed is a titanium road bike that features Campy Athena, an Enve fork, Stan’s tubeless wheels, and Ritchey classic cockpit.


It features a brushed finish as appose to my standard media blasted finish.  The good news is that it allows me to finish the bike in house which cuts 6 weeks off of deliver time.  It’s also much easier for you to touch up scratches and other scuffs.  The bad news is that it costs $75 extra.

I’ve been doing a lot of s-bend seatstays lately, but I still love the all business look of fastback seatstays and chainstays.


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