Wednesday, May 2, 2012

MTB 29er frame , fork and stem for Switzerland

 This one is in a box and with luck will go out tomorrow bound for a shop in Switzerland.
 This fully rigid steel 29er single speed is pretty old-school in that it is meant to be ridden as a rigid bike without making allowance for a suspension fork addition.......makes me think that this rider is into simplicity.
I don't make very many stems and fewer like this one-a 25.4 MM bar clamp that really goes along with the retro style of the frame. The internal brake cable is something I used to do in the early '90s.....it adds quite a bit of style for $ 100. The champagne gold color is like an early '70's Masi Gran Criterium.

4 comments:

Mike said...

Very nice looking, traditional SS Paul. I respect his commitment for a non-corrected frame and fork.
Nice color for a Swiss bound bike-neutral.

Mike said...

Very nice looking, traditional SS Paul. I respect his commitment for a non-corrected frame and fork.
Nice color for a Swiss bound bike-neutral.

Cam said...

That combination is freaking bad ass!

Cam said...

That combination is freaking bad ass!