5.11.2010

Horse Cycles Photos

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Over the weekend there was a block party on N3rd St in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and since my favorite beer garden happens to be on the same block I didn't have to think twice about making an appearance. It also so happened that Horse Cycles was doing a little open house event and a demo at their shop - same time same block. I'm not a religious man, but Judis must have aligned all the stars for me that morning, so off I went. I've never seen a frame welded together, so needless to say I was pretty excited. The flyer suggested BYOB as if it knew how I roll.

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Check out the custom seatpost detail. Clean and smart.
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The color was pretty ridiculous in person, welds so beautiful. Every frame, carefully hand built from steel, to your exact size.
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Serious business. This guy was paying CLOSE attention.
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Laser cut dropouts.
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Mad lugs, yo. Thomas doesn't make his own, or at least not yet.
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It was really nice to be close to the action and to feel the heat.
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The man himself, with one of his babies.
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80 N3rd St, Brooklyn NY 11211 is where you'll find Horse Cycles, he said to stop by any time, just bring beer.
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4 comments:

chris swizzert said...

butter ass colors, great fire shots too!!! dope

Stoked said...

i don't get the custom seatpost. does it have a clamp hidden in the pic? how does it attach to the bike?

Curtis Chorizali said...

you know what? now that i think about it, i'm not sure....
maybe someone who knows can chime in?

Steven said...

Looks like a rip on the vanilla seat mast that was at NAHBS with the stainless sleeve and level cut. If it is like the vanillas then there should be a binder bolt on the back just out of sight.