Reminds me of the seattube cluster on my cyfac which has a really nice fillet brazed transition from the ovalised seat tube lug to the seatstays:
yeah that is nice
Legor Cicli :)
no page without Firefly :)
English cycles TT tandem
Another English TT thing
Love to see that frame in action.
Modified fork? How does the stem clamping/headset compression work? Looks rad though. English gets a lot of hate but he has some gems and is clearly a brilliant engineer
How can anyone possible hate Rob englishs work?
He's Oxbridge educated engineer so knows his stuff.
Definately my dream frame builder with numerous accolades to mention.
Because he has shit customers
He produces shit like this. For someone so knowledgeable about engineering you'd think he'd talk his customers out of silly bendy tubes
can't fix bad taste
May be the customer wanted something that resembled the chopper style.
Americans tend to prefer style over function.
I'm sure the nhabs lot love it.
Moonmen 'moondog' fork
Moonblaster squid fork
his bank/landlord wont accept 'my customers are cunts so I said no to few orders so I am short on rent'
I like the blue one
I'm reading somewhere Peter bungum said his bikes would not last Peter bungum is a very good weldmonger
Vlad is a friend of mine in Tokyo. Such an interesting background: Latvian, moved to Japan and lives with his wife, learnt his trade from a Keirin (NJS-certified) framebuilder - also a genuinely eccentric dude.
I’m pretty tempted to have him build a gravel/monster cross type bike for me (he’s massively up for it) if I can sell the idea of another bike to my wife/make the maths work out.
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