I’m here in Portland, Oregon attending the Bike and Beer festival at HopWorks Urban Brewery. While I’ll be documenting many of the frames, I’ll also be capturing the general vibes. For now, let’s just check out some bikes! The new shop on the block at the Bike and Beer Festival were Norther Cycles, a shop […]
The world of production frame building isn’t limited to road, cross, or MTB frames. There are a handful of individuals who still believe in the domestically-produced, handmade BMX frame. Mike Laird is one of those people. Check out this profile on the BMX pro, welder, machinist, father, and metal head owner of Laird Frame.
The Treeline isn’t exactly a fatbike. Sure it looks like one, but the truth is, it’s a fatbike and it’s an all-season MTB, capable of 26″ wheels and true fat tires or 27.5+ wheels. Ride it in the snow, or ride it on a bikepacking trip. You can run it with drops, or a flat […]