Gary’s Road

Gary’s Road

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Dec 27, 2012

This frame was custom built for a rider who wanted a huge amount of pedal setback but still wanted somewhat of an aggressive position for bombing down mountain passes.

Randal’s Road

Randal’s Road

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Dec 28, 2012

Paramour’s second road bike doesn’t want to sit quietly in a corner. The two tone paint scheme, Richard Sachs lugs and dropouts, and a full Campy and 3T build out really set this bike apart.

Matt’s City

Matt’s City

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Dec 27, 2012

The frame that started it all is a no nonsense, nothing extra, bike for coffee and pub runs. The 650B wheel size puts the rider closer to the road and the geometry allows for a very low travel speed.

Robert’s City

Robert’s City

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Dec 28, 2012

With a 5-speed hub, this bike is great for tooling around the city even when a few hills are thrown in. An inscription of William Carlos William’s “The Red Wheelbarrow” was painted on the down tube for a true custom feel.

John’s Cross

John’s Cross

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Dec 27, 2012

This frame was a traditional CX build with massive tire clearance, up top cable routing and a straight blade fork. You’ll likely find it cruising the chip and seal roads between Austin and Johnson City.