Ah I see. It looks great
Not at first... but now i love it. Looks heaps better! If i were to go back i'd get the decals a lot smaller
Ive ridden this for a few days. Its pretty great as a courier city type ride which is what it was intended for. Will have different saddle and crank in a couple of weeks in the "final" edition but thats me beeing anal. The bike is awesome!
Looks fun! What is the stem and seatpost combo?
Both look like Moots, stem definitely is...
Needs some of the big PDW fenders FTW 👌
And king cages...
Here's one we knocked up a few months back, she wanted a upright city bike, but as light as possible, I think it's pretty fucking cool apart from the cantis. All designed by my boss and outsourced for actual frame building. Hopefully doing more of these soon, we did a track frame for a guy at the same time, which is yet to be built up as we're going to play with some anodising on it. Also got a few things lined up for the next batch that should be fun.
Welding looks super.
Wonderfully practical bike.
I'd be interested to know the weight of this practical beauty.
That is superb.
I think the aim was under 9kg, I think we just missed that aim, but not by loads, definitely under 10kg.
That's really good! Would be even better with full mudguards imo.
The seatpost is a hard to come by these days lynskey 31.6 with enve clamp (the first 1bolt version).
The frame is built to take 38s+ fenders, they are are just currently not installed. The fork is an enve all road fork so it comes with the included enve fender which is obviously not installed either in the pic.
It rides great. Its the first bike in a lot of year that ive had designed around a flatbar setup. I really like it for our lunch rush that includes a lot of food deliveries. Carrying 10-20 lunches is a lot easier to handle when not on a dropbar bike..
Think someone showed me this at the Rapha store in Manchester? Saw the track frame as well and it looked cool with driveside chainstay plate for extra tyre clearance.
Might've been me showing you.
Ribble CGR in the wild
What are the options for UK based frame builders? My dad wants a new mamil wagon and scherrit has suggested him custom ti
Enigma probably the best for ti
Which of these people have actually welded titanium before?
Reilly Cycle Works in Brighton
Strong contender. Do you know what their lead time is like? Ideally would like the bike built before summer
Don't worry about formatting, just type in the text and we'll take care of making sense of it. We will auto-convert links, and if you put asterisks around words we will make them bold.
For a full reference visit the Markdown syntax.
© LFGSS, powered by microcosm.
Report a problem
London Fixed Gear and Single-Speed is a community of predominantly fixed gear and single-speed cyclists in and around London, UK.
This site is supported almost exclusively by donations. Please consider donating a small amount regularly.