Steve’s Beautiful Peugeot 3-spd Conversion

We recently did a build on an old Peugeot road frame for a great customer of ours named Steve. It turned out really nice, so we decided to share:

The completed build looks fast standing still.

The completed build looks fast standing still.

 

Steve brought it to us with a newly built Sturmey rear wheel and high expectations!

Steve brought it to us with a newly built Sturmey rear wheel and high expectations!

 

The Sturmey Archer shifter is well placed on the VO Portuer bars.

The Sturmey Archer shifter is well placed on the VO Porteur bars.

 

The Soma Porteur rack can take panniers in addition to a rack bag.

The Soma Porteur rack can take panniers in addition to a rack bag.

 

A LEH Cycling custom saddle adds a lot of class!

A LEH Cycling custom saddle adds a lot of class! Note the quill seatpost.

 

White Industries ENO Cranks look great on almost anything!

White Industries ENO Cranks look great on almost anything, and the MKS Lambda pedals add even more bling!

 

Steve with his completed build.

Steve with his completed build. Happy riding!

 

New Bike Day…

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…is always a good day! Kyle is psyched on his new Bianchi Super Pista custom build, and I would be, too!

Snow? Snow problem for an All-City Nature Boy!

Superb Bicycle All-City Nature Boy

Superb Bicycle All-City Nature Boy

Another happy customer! Today Ryan picked up his new All-City Nature Boy complete, a single-speed CX bike that can do just about anything. Check out the full details of this bike here.

Happy Holidays!

 

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Hoping everyone has a happy and safe holiday! If you find yourself with too much holiday cash weighing your wallet down, we just might know a few good ways to repurpose it! Say, maybe a new bag from Freight Baggage or Trash Bags? How else are you going to carry all those presents around, or your supplies for a New Year’s party? There’s really no better way.

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Cranksgiving Boston This Saturday!

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Don’t forget! This Saturday is the Boston’s second annual Cranksgiving Bike Ride!

This ride is a blast, and generates a huge amount of food which is then donated to the Greater Boston Food Bank, the Red Cross, and the Somerville Homeless Coalition. Meet in Copley Square at 1pm, and be ready to have lots of fun. Bring at least $15 to buy food items at the checkpoints, and bring your friends, too!

For more information on the history of this event, which happens in cities across the US, check out Cranksgiving.org. Big thanks to the Cranksgiving Boston community for making this happen for a second year.