Sunday, December 14, 2014
Also, just a reminder, but the queue is open in about two week for two week's time:
Sunday, November 23, 2014
It's in AZ Copper and this inside light doesn't do the gold flake justice.
It also has Sliders, which I will do no sweat for a $175.00 upgrade, and it also allows you to switch plate to use 135mm, 142mm TA, 1-speed, hanger - it allows allot of options.
Been doing allot of straight top tubes again - your choice, no price difference.
As in the last two years, I'm only taking orders for two weeks starting on 1/1/15 - this has been working really well, better then I ever imagined, it lets me just get down to building bikes for the people who really want them, which is good.
So, same as it ever was, if you want to get on the build queue send me a check for $200.00 after 1/1 but before 1/15/15 = to: Steve Garro, 1235 W. Palmer Av, Flagstaff, AZ 86005 - and please drop me an e-mail as well, so I know when to close it - firstname.lastname@example.org
Frame base price = $2,250.00 fully fillet brazed with all the standard Coconino goodies and features.
Questions? Drop me an e-mail.
Below is a list of up & coming orders.
KK - just SS's left.
Steve H, Rob B, John L, Bill S, Stabo, Shilo P, Kevin D, Todd L, Kenton H, Russell L, Jeff A, Dave R, Shabir K, Wendy N, Craig M, Michael H, Chris R, Kip M, James P, Stuart L…….and on……
Below, stack the dimes, grind them down.
Below, a big fillet gives you a bigger template and also provides peace of mind with longer forks.
Below is the disc version of my "Dirt Roadster" - that's a really versatile bike, and fits in a travel case with the S&S coupler upgrade.
As always, let me know if you have any questions & pass the word - Steve.
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Baja 2014 is a wrap, damn much fun was had - Whale sharks, sea turtles, great fishing, fine food, all that!
It started off with picking out pomegranates in CV
A two meter one would be muy escary……..
That is a corvina, and as you see below, they were running like crazy!
biggest were right at 27+" long, the one below may be D's biggest fish in a kayak.
Below, a typical corvina strike.
We also rented a sweet house for a couple days.
D. got to swim with he Whale Sharks, and we filled up on a full cooler of Yellowfins.
Several more please.
Biggest was bigger then the 26' panga, with a head well over 6' wide.
Nice Sierra - thanks!
Back to work tomorrow.