Here are some links to places and people that I think are important.  I have tried my best to organize them into self explanatory categories.  Not all of them have anything what-so-ever to do with my company.  Some of them, are just people or places that I like and think that you may like. If you know of any that you think that I should include, please e-mail me.  If I agree, I'll put it on the list.


People or bike companies that I deal with to run my company:


http://www.henryjames.com  Makers and sellers of fine framebuilding supplies, and distributor of True Temper tubing.


http://www.framebuilding.com/  Ceeway, in England.  Framebuilding supplies galore.


http://www.novacycles.com  Nova Cycle Supply.  An excellent supplier of framebuilding materials.


http://www.bikelugs.com    Kirk Pacenti. Former framebuilder. Currently designs and distributes his own lugs.


http://www.richardsachs.com Richard Sachs. Master framebuilder, designer an distributer of his own lugs.


http://www.truetemper.com  True Temper Tubing.  High quality American made steel tubing.


http://www.columbustubi.com  Columbus tubing of Italy.  High quality tubing that has been around for a long, long time.


http://www.sandsmachine.com/    The makers of the S&S Couplings


http://bikefitkit.com/    Fit Kit Systems.  These guys designed the system that I use to help determine what size frame my customers need.


Educational, whimsical, and other bicycle related resources:


http://www.phred.org/mailman/listinfo/framebuilders    This link will help you sign up for a framebuilder's e-mail list.  This list is an excellent place to learn more about framebuilding and have your questions answered by the pros.


http://www.frameforum.net    This link takes you to another place that you can ask questions and learn about framebuilding.


http://sheldonbrown.com    This is an excellent collection of bicycle related links.


http://cascade.org/    Cascade Bicycle Club was my local club, when I lived in Seattle.  It also happens to be the largest bike club in the U.S.


http://www.skagitbicycleclub.org/  Skagit Bicycle Club was my local club when I lived in Skagit county. This is probably the strongest club that I have ever been a part of. It is definitely my favorite club. 


http://www.dclxvi.org/chunk/    If you are interested in "hack" bikes, you definitely want to check this one out.


Other framebuilders:


http://www.curtgoodrich.com    Curt Goodrich. Curt is the first employee that I hired to help me in the frameshop. He now lives in Minneapolis and builds under his own label.


http://www.davidwilsonindustries.com    David Wilson. David was the fourth and last employee that I hired to help me in the frameshop. After I closed my shop in Seattle, he stayed in town, building under his own label. He currently lives in the Netherlands. David has a special affinity for cargo bikes.


http://www.bohemianbicycles.com/    Dave Bohm. Dave is a true artist with lugs.  Prepare to be wowed.  


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