Friday, November 12, 2010

Steel man.








It must be wintermadness but I have been just losing it over these Steelman's, the whole look is so perfect, lots of Campy and tubs, ideal proportions, JoeBell paint, just fantastic.

10 comments:

  1. These are so sick. Also, I think you'd appreciate Tracko's post about the SLC velodrome, but specifically the dude with the killer whiskers

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  2. God damn, these bikes are really gorgeous

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  3. I read the Tracko blog all the time!

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  4. Awesome this bikes are really great, its color everything.. I Love it..

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  7. These Steelman's are money. Just awesome. I'm waiting for my custom steel beauty to be built. My bike will look a lot like the blue Steelman with oversized tubes, a sloping top tube, and a straight blade fork and campy parts. I'm trying to decide between a carbon fork and a steel fork. What could you tell me about the ride quality and handling between a, lets say, edge carbon fork and a straight bladed steel fork like the fork above? What do you think the weight difference would be. Weight is not much of a factor for me, but am curious.

    Love the blog. Thanks.

    Nathan B.

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