Choosing a custom framebuilder article

I wanted to link to this article published at Old Glory MTB in which I have a couple of quotes.  The writer added “For my customers…” to my quote even though I’ve solely built frames and forks for me and my friends up to this point.  In the article, I’m surrounded by several great framebuilders and their words of wisdom, and feel a bit out of place being included in the article at all. But hey, any press is good press, eh?!

So please note that if you’re just visiting this blog for the first time — I’m not open for business.  I’m planning on starting to take orders in March or April.  If you are interested in working with me to build a custom steel bike, I’d be happy to work with you!  Just not for another couple of months while I get the business set up rolling.

Cheers!
Whit

 

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  1. Rad shout outs! Are you going to try for Ritchey-like output? 10 frames a day every day for 10 years?

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