Brian B’s modern-classic road frame

I say modern classic because of the combination of carbon, swoopy seat stays, and paint scheme but classic round tube, horizontal top tube, lugged style. This frame was made for a rad guy named Brian B. from Alabama. It’s a road frame made from Columbus Life tubing. The paint was inspired by a bike that former Circle A builder Emily made. Very labor intensive but such a unique finished product. Can’t wait to see this one built up!



 
 
 
 
 

Also leaving the shop are a newly painted Terraferma and Trek. I’ve spent a lot of time in the paint booth the past few weeks so my next post will be mostly about paint work.


 

And more stems are being produced as well. This one is going on a Gaulzetti Issimo that I built earlier this year. More stems in production right now as well.



And that Team Raleigh I repainted a while back came back to the shop all built up and looking magnificent. Mike did a great job with the build and has rekindled his love for this bike.



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