Differences…

Since I’m getting requests to outline the differences between the made in USA frameset and the made in Taiwan frameset, I thought the subject deserved a full-blown post with 8×10 color glossies, circles and arrows, and a paragraph on the back of each one describing what each one is.* The obvious difference is where each […]

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Build outs are moving along…

The first US made frame left the shop for Missouri yesterday.  The first two complete are moving along and will be finished today.  That is if I can manage to build each one according to the specifications the new owners and I created.  A multi-tasker I am not.  The two builds are similar, but with […]

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Time to get busy…

Time to get busy.  It’s not like I’m already not busy.  Just time to put it into overdrive.  The Falconer made cross frame arrived the same day as the decals.  One from San Francisco, one from North Carolina and they show up on the same day.  I couldn’t be more pleased with either.  I’m super […]

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Coming together…

It might seem like coordinating the production of 12 frames is a challenge.  And it is in some respect.  You have to purchase all the raw materials – that means all the tubing, cable stops, braze-ons, drop outs, fork crowns…  All-in-all, there are eight different vendors involved in each of the completed US made framesets.  […]

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Black or with creme…

Do you like your coffee black?  Perhaps you like your coffee with a bit of milk or creme?  Now all you black coffee drinkers (that’s me) can match your Bruce Gordon Rock ‘n Road tires to your coffee taste.  All black BG Rock ‘n Road tires in stock at Black Mountain Cycles along with the […]

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