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Here’s what became of that Horse Cycles frame that I posted a while back.  Lookin’ really tasty and ready to ride.

And I think I spot Hern's bike in the background there.

Found on Bike Jerks.
Here’s what became of that Horse Cycles frame that I posted a while back.  Lookin’ really tasty and ready to ride.

And I think I spot Hern's bike in the background there.

Found on Bike Jerks.

Here’s what became of that Horse Cycles frame that I posted a while back. Lookin’ really tasty and ready to ride.

And I think I spot Hern's bike in the background there.

Found on Bike Jerks.

Yesterday I posted a shot of a beautiful horizontal track end from Horse Cycles which has gotten a bit of attention.

Well Thomas Callahan — the builder of these fine handmade stallions — let me know that he’s having an open house party next weekend at his shop in Brooklyn, NY.  I would love to see his bikes in person and he’s also going to do a frame building demo.  I would say it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re in the area.
Yesterday I posted a shot of a beautiful horizontal track end from Horse Cycles which has gotten a bit of attention.

Well Thomas Callahan — the builder of these fine handmade stallions — let me know that he’s having an open house party next weekend at his shop in Brooklyn, NY.  I would love to see his bikes in person and he’s also going to do a frame building demo.  I would say it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re in the area.

Yesterday I posted a shot of a beautiful horizontal track end from Horse Cycles which has gotten a bit of attention.

Well Thomas Callahan — the builder of these fine handmade stallions — let me know that he’s having an open house party next weekend at his shop in Brooklyn, NY. I would love to see his bikes in person and he’s also going to do a frame building demo. I would say it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re in the area.

No horsing around here!  (Sorry, I just had to)

That’s a custom track dropout from Horse Cycles.  Beautiful custom, handmade frames built in Brooklyn, NY.

See more Horse frames on their Flickr set.
No horsing around here!  (Sorry, I just had to)

That’s a custom track dropout from Horse Cycles.  Beautiful custom, handmade frames built in Brooklyn, NY.

See more Horse frames on their Flickr set.

No horsing around here! (Sorry, I just had to)

That’s a custom track dropout from Horse Cycles. Beautiful custom, handmade frames built in Brooklyn, NY.

See more Horse frames on their Flickr set.


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