Sometimes you can’t see these things coming…

One of the biggest fears about buying product overseas, putting your name on it, and selling it to folks all over the country is that, despite all the precautions you’ve taken and steps to ensure each frame is dialed by inspecting each one before it goes out, something may go wrong.  Recently, that something was […]

Filed under: Uncategorized


More progress…

Things are cooking right along with the production of the US/Falconer made cross frames.  Cameron sent over and update yesterday.   Mitering tubes. Mitered tubes.   All the forks are done. Cameron made a heat sink for the dropouts.  The aluminum inserts absorb some of the heat during the welding process to eliminate deformation and burn through. […]

Filed under: US Made Cross Frame


Closed Sunday May 12…

Like the title says, I’ll be closed Sunday, May 12.  It’s Mother’s Day and I’m going for a ride.  And visit my mom too.  Hope you’re doing the same. (What’s playing:  The Sadies A#1)

Filed under: Uncategorized


Progress…

A lot of good progress has been made on the Falconer Cycles made Black Mountain Cycles cross frames.  One of the more difficult aspects of producing a frame that has clearance for low q-factor cranks and clearance for fat tires is the chainstay shape.  Easy to design one.  Not so easy as one would think […]

Filed under: US Made Cross Frame


New road frames on order…

As I mentioned in the previous post, I have a new road frame order placed.  I’m anticipating the frames will be here around the end of July into August.  The sooner the better I say.  In anticipation of the new frames, I’m looking at a new color.  All the trends are indicating a light blue […]

Filed under: Uncategorized


No news is good news…

I guess no news is good news, but wouldn’t any news be welcome? However, sometimes there’s so much new news that it’s hard to get it all out.  Or rather, it’s difficult to figure out how to get it out.  Sometimes your “to do” list is so lengthy and every item is equally important, but […]

Filed under: US Made Cross Frame