Custom construction for the ride of your life

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Look AC 364 Fixed Gear

Sometimes the simplest designs turn out to be the coolest bikes. While fixed-gear riding is no longer in vogue, the training aspects of riding fixed can’t be denied.

Starting with a modern classic Look AC 364 steel frame, we upgraded the fork to a full carbon Ritchey WCS for a little more rake and improved handling. To complete the look we used a Ritchey headset, WCS stem, and seat post. To add to ride stiffness and comfort we crowned the front with a Ritchey Superlogic Evo Curve handlebar and Lizard Skins bar tape. The drivetrain consists of a White Industries crank mated to a titanium bottom bracket, a Surly cog and Tugnut device and a KMC premium track chain. Velocity wheels with tubeless-ready rims and Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless tires finish off the build.

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Orbea Orca Shimano DI2 Disc

Check out this gorgeous Orbea Orca disc DI2 build we recently put together for one of our favorite customers! Light, fast, nimble, and comfortable are all words the new owner has used to describe this great bike.

Orbea offers a unique option of semi-custom paint for no additional charge over the list price. Just check out their site and look at the “Myo” section for more details. We upgraded the stock build with some Zipp 303 disc carbon tubeless wheels, Schwalbe Pro One tubeless tires, and a Quarq D4 powermeter for the best training and racing combination you could ask for.

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Custom Orbea Terra

Newly built is this Orbea Terra Gravel grinder. With category-leading geometry which is stiff, stable, and compliant this bike does everything well. We built this from the frame up with a very unique group of parts.

Starting with the drivetrain we installed a 1 x 11 wide-range drive train using an XTR electronic derailleur mated to a “climbers” shifter that integrates directly into the TRP Hylex Hydraulic brake taking care of shifting duties. A Quarq D4 carbon power meter installed into a Rotor ceramic bottom bracket and a 46 tooth wolf chainring along with a SRAM X01 10-42 cassette finishes off the drivetrain. For wheels we are using a set of Stan’s Valor carbon hoops mated to Schwalbe G-One 35mm tires. Finally, a Ritchey integrated bar/stem, seatpost, and Crank Brothers Candy 11 titanium pedals finish off the build. Final weight of 17.5 pounds with pedals.