Travelissimo, 555 x 558 GPTi, 542 x 558 Team UOS, 550 x 558 GPTi sloping, 540 x 585
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Sometimes… things get a little out of hand. One has ideas, bikes get built, photographs get taken, websites are updated, bikes are ridden… but something is missing. Or two things, in this case: space and money. Bikes take up a lot of space in a small shop like ours and boy, do they suck up […]
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New pictures up soon on the site; photos by Matt at StraightEIGHT, frame by Martin, paint by Russ.
They just went up. Because Steve’s hairgel isn’t going to buy itself.
It looks like my bike is ready, sure hope my legs are!
1992 Stage 14 Alpe d’Huez: Edmond Hood Johnny and I drove up the night before, the roof was off the car and the smell of barbecues filled the air as we tooted, waved and smiled our way to the top. There was a party going on from hairpin one to 21 – ghetto blasters, guitars, […]
Ok, I’ve been dragging my feet on this but let’s get serious here: we have an event planned, all are invited, and it involves riding on a variety of surfaces – including plenty of gravel and dirt – as well as a long/cold/damp tunnel. We’re calling it “Trofeo Strada Bianca”, it starts at 9am from […]
Hampsten Cycles & 333fab are taking advantage of Pioneer Square’s First Thursday Art Scene and will be hanging out with a bunch of bikes and such with Chef Mike Easton at his joint Il Corvo (217 James St). Mike makes the best pasta I’ve had in Seattle and Max and Steve will oil-wrestle at 8pm […]