Steve’s Ti allrounder

Ok I guess this is a gravel bike? I can't seem to get myself to call this style bike a "Gravel" bike. It just doesn't accurately describe what it's built to do.  Rivendell had a model called the Allrounder many years ago and I always wanted one as a 20-something retrogrouch in Boulder. To me... Continue Reading →

Friday Fatbike Flashback

Flashback 5 years to a birthday fatbike ride where a bunch headed up to Truckee to spend a few days in the sun and mountains. It was a very mild winter in 2015, as the last 3 had been, so there’s not a lot of snow and temps were up in the mid-60’s. It really... Continue Reading →

Dispelling Fat-i-tude

Continuing to update this site with blog posts from my old site...here we go with a rant on fatbikes and plus tires, originally written 10/27/2015. "Why do you want to ride something that’s slower and heavier? Granted if you’re not a good rider and you want something that you can go over stuff, I get... Continue Reading →

Carol’s allrounder

Carol wanted a bike to replace her beloved old Indy Fab but with an updated fit and updated parts. The bike is a true allrounder with geometry for gravel rides, touring, and allroad use but it'll primarily be used for commuting all year round so i suggested to outfit it with a SON eDelux headlight,... Continue Reading →

Works Components angle-headset

The Works Components angle headsets seem pretty unknown on this side of the pond (they're a UK company).  A customer shared the link with me as an option to slacken the head tube angle on his Meriwether MTB that I built him a few years ago.  The HTA of the frame is 67 degrees but... Continue Reading →

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