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    If you really want fillet vagabonde and edelbikes have to be considered, Levacon is not specialist for 29" but the reference for welding in France, fillet brasing or TIG

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    Quote Originally Posted by kentinmania View Post
    (Victoire Cycles)
    Wow. Looks clean and neat. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Darren Crisp!!!!!!

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    Good call, but he's not taking orders for Mtb's anymore.


    Dario doesn't do Mtb's by years, and as much as I know him, no 29ers
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    Quote Originally Posted by sebaudet View Post
    If you really want fillet vagabonde and edelbikes have to be considered, Levacon is not specialist for 29" but the reference for welding in France, fillet brasing or TIG
    He's an awesome welder, I forgot he was doing fillet. He's not considered as the best bike designer out there though. Oh, btw I think his lead time is over a year currently?..
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    Quote Originally Posted by kentinmania View Post
    He's an awesome welder, I forgot he was doing fillet. He's not considered as the best bike designer out there though. Oh, btw I think his lead time is over a year currently?..
    It's true and for the design if you know what you want he is the perfect guy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ant_tip View Post
    So clean. Love it. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB29 View Post
    So clean. Love it. Thanks.
    I got a chance to meet the maker of Konga at the Portland Handmade Bike and Beer Festival just a couple weeks ago. Great guy. He had a push bike he'd built for his young child along with him -- I've got a couple shots of him holding it. Nice work.
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    [url=https://flic.kr/p/mAsuK4]

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/zXWgga]
     

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    I am rather pleased with the way Tom Kutin from http://www.singlebe.com/en/ transformed my request for a modern disc Radonneur.
    Using a cool mix of Raynolds 853 and Dedacciai tubing anlong with some Paragon stuff and some of his own applications as well

    YES he does the painting by himself just aswell

    Here is some more Pictures of his work: Flickr and Flickr



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    Hello - I am sorry for not coming up with my full name while posting in the thread so here we go

    Martin Hotan - born and living in Switzerland - sort of a cycling aficionado

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    hi guys

    here are some more pics of that SingleBe Custom 853 Disc Radonneur and a 29+ fork

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    Quote Originally Posted by freakforti View Post
    Hello - I am sorry for not coming up with my full name while posting in the thread so here we go

    Martin Hotan - born and living in Switzerland - sort of a cycling aficionado

    Enjoy your day
    Welcome Martin!

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    Hi Martin
    Where are you in Switzerland?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vib View Post
    Hi Martin
    Where are you in Switzerland?
    Allschwil, BL - classic border liner



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    Quote Originally Posted by freakforti View Post
    Allschwil, BL - classic border liner

    Are you a member of the VCA (Velo Club Allschwil) by any chance?

    p.s. Bloody signature's not working, but my real name is Dan Bromilow...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanB View Post
    Are you a member of the VCA (Velo Club Allschwil) by any chance?

    p.s. Bloody signature's not working, but my real name is Dan Bromilow...
    Hi Dan - I used to be for quite some years - but not anymore ... clubing is not for me anymore

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    Just got the delivery notification - the box is on it's was from the Czech Republic to Switzerland

    "Freude herrscht"

    Martin Hotan
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