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MO & JASCHA

August 17th, 2009

So two bikes went out last week after waiting on some parts: Mo’s road bike, built with Columbus Spirit For Lugs tubing, with Richard Sachs lugs, fork crown and BB shell; and Jascha’s single speed disc-brake commuter, complete with stainless steel fenders and sliding dropouts. Let’s look at Mo’s first.

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Here are some shots of Mo’s in progress, including the internal cable routing. We use a brass tube to run the housing through, which insures that no water will make it into the top tube.

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And here’s Jascha’s burgundy and gunmetal commuter; he’ll be completing the assembly himself, and promises to send photos of the complete bike; I wanted to make sure the fenders fit properly around the tires. He’s using 28c tires right now, but the frame was built to handle up to a 35c.

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I also did a dropout replacement for a Rivendell that Harris Cyclery sent down to us. The customer didn’t want a full repaint, so I just painted cream up the stays to cover the affected area:

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Coming up: S&S couplers on a Centurion! More paint! Another 29er!

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2 Responses to “MO & JASCHA”

  1. Bob Sisson says:

    August 18th, 2009 at 5:14 pm

    Chris, I have a better understanding of the rear dropouts for Jascha now that I have seen a near complete installation.
    Nice!!

  2. Stevil says:

    October 6th, 2009 at 4:32 am

    So Pretty. Sooooo pretty.

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