Brian’s flatland frame (different Brian)

Believe it or not, but there’s another flatlander in RI named Brian. Well, I’m building a frame for him and it’s coming along nicely. He had me do a slight drop in the seat stays similar to the way I did Jon’s way back when. Here’s the progress so far.

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And Tom from White Electric pulled up to the coffee shop on the motorcycle I painted the tank on. Looks pretty sweet.

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Bikes on bikes on bikes on a bike

Joe’s frame is painted and ready to be sent off. The paint scheme was done with a brush and many small vinyl stencils. It was time consuming but I’m happy with the colors and the overall feel of it. Here are the shots of the finished frame and some of the actual process.

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See the full slideshow.

Brian’s (not me) flatland frame is coming up next so check back soon.

Circle A in the news with Rapha

The bike we built for the Rapha Continental project is up on their site with an interview of Chris and me. Lots of pics and interviews of all the builders and the bikes. Also check out the rides for one nearest you, print out a cue sheet, and then suffer in the saddle like they did. Fun, right?

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