So. Finally. An update. I’m so sure y’all are out there wondering what I’m up to. Well, I’ll tell you. I’ve been busy. There’s been an update to the shop and tanks are coming in fast. But you knew that already.
I’m been working hard at getting ready for teaching the summer bicycle building course at California College for the Arts (CCA) which I am amped about. It’s called URBAN MOBILITY I: THE FRAME, TRADITIONAL TECHNIQUES, and it’s a 100 hour course with me, yours truly, teaching 10 folks how to make a complete bicycle frame, without fork, from start to finish, along the line teaching about materials, design, tooling, shop practices, and brazing. I’ve always loved teaching, and the chance to get my foot back in the door got my psyched. There are still some spots available folks… My students will be contributing to a communal documentation project – THE FRAME which you can follow as well.
So that’s why I’ve been less post-y lately. But expect some new things. The queue has been filling up too, so talk to me in the near rather than the far if you’re trying to get your hands on a cross machine for the season.
I’ve got a few projects in the works with some local makers and designers, some killer new designs of frames – models for all your urban and dirt needs. I know I know, you’re like, where are all those killer pictures that we’ve come to expect from this man? Well, shortly dear readers.