This classically-styled commuter belongs to a local Bay Area customer who was looking for the convenience and reliability of modern components like dynamo lighting and internal gearing for his vintage-inspired Rivendell Sam Hillborne frame.
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Dynamo-Powered Commuter Intended use: Commuting & Touring Features: Dynamo hub to power lights Recommended rider weight: < 200 lbs Wheel Size: 700c / 29erWheel build details Rims: Velocity Dyad Front hub: Schmidt SON28 Rear hub: DT Swiss 350 Spokes: Sapim Race Nipples: Brass Lacing: 3 crossDestination: Newark, CA
A local Bay Area business owner came to us wanting a new commuter - a bike he could depend on day-in and day-out to get him where needed to go.
The Stoater is Shand's adventure road bike. Designed for the pure enjoyment of go-anywhere riding, the Stoater is all about drop bar, two wheel adventure. Refined enough to be your main road bike but rugged enough for off road trails and singletrack, it could be the only bike you ever need!The Stoater is ideal for longer rides, fully loaded touring or bike packing, but if you're feeling a little competitive, you can fit a set of narrower knobby tires and rock the local cyclocross race.
We assembled this unique bike for a local customer in San Francisco, CA. He wanted a classy bike to commute to work on and go on weekend rides throughout the Marin Headlands.
We built this custom painted Jones Titanium Diamond frame with steel Unicrown fork for a customer in Silver City, NM. He already had a steel Jones bike, set up predominantly for on-road touring, so for this build he was interested in building up the Ti version into a hassle-free mixed terrain touring bike. He came to us because he was interested in using a Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 for an unstoppable adventure touring drivetrain.