Mike’s green machine, A.N.T. open house, and a repair in progress

I’ve finished Mike’s single speed and am very happy with the finished product. The fillet brazed fork and stem complement the frame nicely and I love the paint scheme. He picked up some sweet components including the White Industries ENO crankset. Can’t wait to see it built up.

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On Saturday, 10 of us headed up to Mike Flanigan’s shop from Providence for the annual A.N.T. open house. Amazingly crisp, sunny, autumn ride through the scenic roads around his shop. On returning, I ate more Indian food than my body could handle. If you missed it, mark your calendar so you make it next year. Here are some shots of us from the day. Jim was missing from the group shot. Where were you, man?


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In the shop I’m currently giving some new life to an older Nishiki by replacing a crumpled downtube and switching over to track dropouts. It’s almost there right now. Painting will happen later this week.

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And finally, Katie and Arthie rode off on their new bikes a week and a half ago but I forgot to share the shot. Here are the ecstatic ladies on their new rides.


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