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My trip to Melbourne

From the 26th to the 28th of April 2019, I will exhibit the Randonneur we built for Thomas Bochet at the HBSA in Melbourne. With this bike he made a trip through Europe on my behalf and visited 12 frame builders from Italy to England. From the journey and the visit arose the book of people and wheels.

Finally the ULG is finished

With much pleasure we present our lightest bike ever built by us. After many hours of work it is done, the racing bike with steel frame weighs 5.92 kilograms! Stefan has brazed it, Angelo has mounted it, Martin has supplied the color design and I have taped it for coating. It was coated by Bieri-Bike-Care.

A new project

On behalf of a customer from England we build a touring bike in Rinko style. We use one of our Reynolds 531 SL tubing sets from the seventies of the last century. This tube set comes now after more than 40 years in its original box to the daylight. In this case we also use lugs from the same time.The look is  from this time, but the sleeves are not too decorated. Even the bottom bracket shell is from the same period. Last year, we bought this set of lugs and small parts together with another 75 Kg old soldering parts, sleeves, bottom brackets and much more from a Swiss collector. Only the dropouts are from modern times, since the advantage in the nature outweighs the disadvantage of the modern. We will keep you informed about the progress of this project in the next few days.

Reynolds 531 Tubeset Steel frame Bike

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My trip to Melbourne

From the 26th to the 28th of April 2019, I will exhibit the Randonneur we built for Thomas Bochet at the HBSA in Melbourne. With this bike he made a trip through Europe on my behalf and visited 12 frame builders from Italy to England. From the journey and the visit arose the book of people and wheels.

Finally the ULG is finished

With much pleasure we present our lightest bike ever built by us. After many hours of work it is done, the racing bike with steel frame weighs 5.92 kilograms! Stefan has brazed it, Angelo has mounted it, Martin has supplied the color design and I have taped it for coating. It was coated by Bieri-Bike-Care.

A new project

On behalf of a customer from England we build a touring bike in Rinko style. We use one of our Reynolds 531 SL tubing sets from the seventies of the last century. This tube set comes now after more than 40 years in its original box to the daylight. In this case we also use lugs from the same time.The look is  from this time, but the sleeves are not too decorated. Even the bottom bracket shell is from the same period. Last year, we bought this set of lugs and small parts together with another 75 Kg old soldering parts, sleeves, bottom brackets and much more from a Swiss collector. Only the dropouts are from modern times, since the advantage in the nature outweighs the disadvantage of the modern. We will keep you informed about the progress of this project in the next few days.

Reynolds 531 Tubeset Steel frame Bike

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My trip to Melbourne

From the 26th to the 28th of April 2019, I will exhibit the Randonneur we built for Thomas Bochet at the HBSA in Melbourne. With this bike he made a trip through Europe on my behalf and visited 12 frame builders from Italy to England. From the journey and the visit arose the book of people and wheels.

Finally the ULG is finished

With much pleasure we present our lightest bike ever built by us. After many hours of work it is done, the racing bike with steel frame weighs 5.92 kilograms! Stefan has brazed it, Angelo has mounted it, Martin has supplied the color design and I have taped it for coating. It was coated by Bieri-Bike-Care.

A new project

On behalf of a customer from England we build a touring bike in Rinko style. We use one of our Reynolds 531 SL tubing sets from the seventies of the last century. This tube set comes now after more than 40 years in its original box to the daylight. In this case we also use lugs from the same time.The look is  from this time, but the sleeves are not too decorated. Even the bottom bracket shell is from the same period. Last year, we bought this set of lugs and small parts together with another 75 Kg old soldering parts, sleeves, bottom brackets and much more from a Swiss collector. Only the dropouts are from modern times, since the advantage in the nature outweighs the disadvantage of the modern. We will keep you informed about the progress of this project in the next few days.

Reynolds 531 Tubeset Steel frame Bike