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    Default David's Pink Cheetah 29er

    Lots been shaking...Here's a quick peek at David's 29er in progress...

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    Catch the rest of the story here... Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537: David's 29er...
     

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    Default Hot Rods nearing completion...

    Been tough wrangling these guys through heat treatment and plating, but finally have them back...Yea!
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    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Default No Turkey today, just pink cheetah

     

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    Default Back to school...

    Each year I try to give a little back to the community that has brought me such enjoyment. I was pleased to have Steve and Kirsten Hollingsworth in the shop with me this week.

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    Read more here about this young, enthusiastic couple... Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537: Lighting a fire...Hollingsworth visit
     

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    Default Re: Back to school...

    Those cranks look fantastic!
     

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    Default Ceramics...

    Thanks al415,

    I think they look even better with a nice blue titanium ceramic finish applied :)
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    more info on the blog ... Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537

    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Default How to...

    paint a suspension fork without pulling your hair out (or the fork apart)

    Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537: Custom painted forks...it's in the details
     

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    Default Getting in the Nahbs mood...

    As the show approaches, I thought I better update my delinquent profile on the official site...

    2012 NAHBS | North American Handmade Bicycle Show | Groovy Cycleworks | #NAHBS | Test

    Look for more in the coming days...my uploader is worn out for today.

    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Default Sometimes things break...

    How you deal with it defines your business...

    Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537: Behind the scenes...Chris's repair

    cheeers,

    rody
     

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    Default Re: Sometimes things break...

    As a person who does repairs of carbon frames everyday, I can appreciate how much work that is. Nice job! Do you charge in cases like this?
    Cheers
    Kevin

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    Default Re: Groovy Cycleworks

    Kevin,

    In this case, the customer has 4 of my bikes and one more scheduled on the build list, so this repair was completed at my expense. The time invested is well worth the good will it builds in the relationship.

    rody
     

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    Default Re: Groovy Cycleworks

    "Man, I heard you broke your Groovy."
    "Yeah, but Rody totally took care of it, I should have it back before the weekend."
    "Cool, when I broke my Trek the shop said I voided the warranty when I put those Specialized grips on it. So I'm bikeless right now."
    "You want Rody's number?"
    "Hell yeah!"
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    Default Trek vs. Groovy...Round 1

    Quote Originally Posted by edoz View Post
    "Man, I heard you broke your Groovy."
    "Yeah, but Rody totally took care of it, I should have it back before the weekend."
    "Cool, when I broke my Trek the shop said I voided the warranty when I put those Specialized grips on it. So I'm bikeless right now."
    "You want Rody's number?"
    "Hell yeah!"
    Dunno Eric, given how far behind I am right now you may be able to swim to China and back with a frame faster

    Thanks for the nice thought though,

    r
     

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    Default End of the year numbers...

    Yeah, I'm a little anal about tracking numbers, costs, etc...

    Here are some interesting factoids for Groovy in 2011:

    Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537: 2011...running the numbers

    rody
     

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    Default Re: End of the year numbers...

    Keep it rollin' Rody, see you soon. I'll check on some of your links this after dark.






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    Default Belt Drive passages...why I like the "gate"

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    Groovy Cycleworks 330-988-0537: Belt Drive gate...how I do it
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    Default Re: Belt Drive passages...why I like the "gate"

    Rody, I always enjoy looking at your stuff. Thanks for posting.

    JG

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    Default Thanks!

    Thanks Johnathan, nice to know that folks are actually reading some of the drivel I put out there

    Seriously though, given the current opportunities for internet "learning", I try hard to put out some stuff that I think others can use. Takes a lot of time and you sometimes wonder if any of it is really benefiting the community.

    cheers,

    rody
     

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    Default Re: Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rody View Post
    Thanks Johnathan, nice to know that folks are actually reading some of the drivel I put out there

    Seriously though, given the current opportunities for internet "learning", I try hard to put out some stuff that I think others can use. Takes a lot of time and you sometimes wonder if any of it is really benefiting the community.

    cheers,

    rody
    I don't know about 'the community" but I get a lot out of your drivel:)
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    Default Re: Thanks!

    You can count on that one Rody. It's always straight forward, do it right stuff. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rody View Post
    Thanks Johnathan, nice to know that folks are actually reading some of the drivel I put out there

    Seriously though, given the current opportunities for internet "learning", I try hard to put out some stuff that I think others can use. Takes a lot of time and you sometimes wonder if any of it is really benefiting the community.

    cheers,

    rody
     

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