It is pretty hard to ignore new tech when it comes to cycling. I have embraced it in this latest build but still kept it classy with the best frame material and construction methods!
I have made the decision to provide Kumo frames with only the best paint available, so now all frames come as standard with a one colour paint job from award winning painter; Joe Cosgrove.
There is still the option for more complex paint jobs, please contact me for ideas of what is possible and prices.
This decision is marked by a small price increase, but the value of the paintwork far outstrips the extra fee.
It has been a big week here at Kumo HQ, two frames back from the painter, one completed and one on the workstand as I prepare to head down to Adelaide for the last weekend of the TDU.
I will be displaying my two new bikes at Treadlie bike shop on Sunday the 26th from 12pm.
I will also be riding in the Frog and Toad to Lilly of Laguna ride, come and join me!
Stay tuned on facebook and instagram for details of the ride.
In the mean time I have photos of the new 650b travel single speed up in the gallery page. Head over and have a look.
Custom lugged or fillet brazed stems really set off a custom, check out this fillet brazed stem with internal brake cable run I built this week, and don't forget to order
I have been lucky to find a pantograph engraving machine in great condition for my workshop, I will soon be offering a pantograph option for your new Kumo frame. Check out what it can do!
Opting for polished stainless steel lugs sure is pretty, but what a job! Stay tuned for images of the painted result.
Kumo Cycles was recently featured in the Canberra Times. If you didn't catch it in the paper you can read the article and also watch the video here