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    I've got to agree on the hood width adjustment. I'll take some in ti too.
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    Mmmmm, multi layers of candy orange and sexy curves, what's not to love?
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    Great to see it's getting a second life. Congrats to Mr. B ;-) ........... ps: love those colors.
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    Default Jays Bigwheel

    In a nice east coast deep woods motif...lots of fun!
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    Beauty!
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    Rody, your vision with masking is amazing. I really like the green on that one. I want to see it built up! Is the inspiration walnut or some kind of fern?
     

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    Rody, will you paint my show bike for next year?
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    Default Groovy Luvs...

    Finally, a paint scheme that matches the name
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    Default long time no see...plenty of action though

    Not been hanging out much in the data world, but it doesn't mean I've not been busy.

    Here is an early 80's Ritchey Annapurna that was stricken with the rusty cancer...holes in the seat tube, down tube and chainstay. I cut out the seat tube, replaced it and took on brazing up the bb to match Tom's original fillets. A classic white pearl finish for some new clothes and wah lah...
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    Also a little tropical fun...
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    cheers,

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    Default Trek resto

    Creamy vanilla shake and grunge green...a happy old Trek ready for the trail again...

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    more here... Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537

    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Dude, that's amazing work. You already knew that, though:)
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    concur with edoz.

    quite the inspiration Rody is.
     

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    Thanks for the kind words guys.

    One of the caveats of working for others is that even if the work request does not particularly trip your trigger, you need to work to find inspriration in the customers personality and produce a product that makes them excited.

    This Trek fell into that category for me...was not crazy about the colors choosen or the aesthetic of the frame, but the customer is thrilled. That's what it's all about.

    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Default Ti frame in the works...

    A large Ti road frame with some stout tubing for a hearty Texan...

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    more on the blog if you like. Paint to come :)

    rody
     

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    Default Bikes for sale...

    Gotta move some customer bikes due to hard times...
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    More info here... Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537: Bikes for Sale...help stimulate the economy

    Update 8-31-11... Rasta and Bigwheel are sold, thanks Jerone and Jeff
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    great stuff Rody! but then you know i knew that already.

    gotta get up there and check out your new digs and ride that _other_ trail. hey is Kalton (with a k) expressing any interest in any of the processes?

    hope the fosterchildrens above get new parents soon.
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    Wade,

    We'll be having an open house towards the end of September, then the final series race and blow out party on October 15...get some gas for the truck and come on up.

    As for Kalten, he is slowly taking on the majority of the Luv Handle production; working the lathe and mitering on the mill. The goal is to get him to coordinate with Christi on the number of orders, have him give me a materials list to order, then provide me with the finished pre-welding parts to stick together. His abilities are increasing, his self motivation...hmmm, got a ways to go :)

    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Quick update...the Rasta bike is going to a new home in the Netherlands. Enjoy it Jerone!

    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Congrats to Jerone. I'm bidding on an item in Amsterdam--the bike and my thing (somebody is bidding agin me and it could be a Salonista) may pass each other in the night.

    Very cool about Kalton. I asked him about his interests at last nahbs and he was a bit "non-committal" with his response. Glad to hear that he's doing and learning. If my dad had been a framebuilder, i'd probably have become a rocket surgeon or geologist...the father/son dynamic is a curious one (in general).

    Yes i rolled out of that tent on the Knob pre-dawn last year and was in Columbus _GA_ that evening...for a cast iron surface plate. And we had "car trouble" on the way. I fixed the van at a truckstop we were lucky to roll in to (ford experience yo).

    Was good times and I'd like to get back, but I've got to throw a CX together and build another ATB...then I'll solicit some orders and maybe get this ball rolling.

    a lovely 62 at sunrise this morning, JAVA!
     

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    btw, saw your snakeskin MTB at the Hampshire 100 this past weekend. very nice! :-)

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