This was one of my favorite restorations. The bike is owned by my pediatrician. He purchased it from his family’s bike shop a few decades ago.
Thanks to Mic for the great picture!
The Oregon Manifest presents bicycle frame builders with the challenge of designing the best utility bicycle. These designs range from large cargo bikes that carry heavy loads to lighter bikes suited for the challenges of urban commuting.
Here are a couple of prototypes from our friends at Indy Fab. The mountain bike is a ti/carbon racy steed. The city bike is a titanium mixtie.
This very special kickstand will grace my YiPsan cruiser. This bike will be displayed at the 2011 NAHBS.
On January 4th, 2011 we will be having a Frederick Bicycle Coalition event at Brewers Alley in downtown Frederick. All day long, 20 percent of your food/bar bill will be donated to FBC.
We at The Bicycle Escape have been overwhelmed by the generosity of our friends and customers this year. The amazing clock shown was a gift made by an artist in Bogota, Columbia and is constructed of recycled metal.
Our five year anniversary just past and to commemorator the event we filled our glasses and said Salute! If you would care to join in our toast, stop by the shop sometime before Christmas and wish us a happy birthday.
Bikerumor made our boy famous!
Some of you may have noticed that our pal Renold Yip was featured on the cover of the NAHBS program.
After a 14 hour drive and getting rear ended along the way Scott Quiring made it to the 2010 North American Handmade Bicycle Show with a smile and pile of beautiful bicycles.
A few months back a customer abandoned an unwanted bike at the shop, a late 1980’s Specialized Hard Rock.