Fillet brazed steel bikes, handcrafted in Oklahoma.


Base Price: $1950

What you get: fillet brazed steel road,  mountain or cross frame with your choice of braze ons and a single color paint job, ceramic coating or hydrographics. Design and geometry based on your riding style, measurements and intended use. Tubes are selected specifically for your frame, and will be a mix of True Temper, Columbus, Dedacciai and or mil-spec 4130. 44mm head tube is available on all frames

Road:   BSA (English) or T47 bb shell,  front derailleur braze on upon request,  threaded STI adjusters on head tube, stainless cable guides under  bottom bracket,  disc brake option available, clearance for 27c tires, 130mm quick release or 142×12 T/A rear end.


Utilicross:  threaded bb,  front derailleur braze on upon request, choice of cable routing, (down tube or top tube)  disc brake option, geometry optimized for cyclocross racing, gravel road riding, singletrack or anything in between  and as much tire clearance as you want


Mountain: 29″, 650B, 26″ or 26×4″ (fat bike)  choice of cable routing (down tube or top tube)  fat bikes will be 170mm rear spacing,  front derailleur direct mount available, canti mounts available, suspension corrected or uncorrected, 135mm quick release, 142×12 or 148×12 rear end


Upcharges: single speed dropouts  $100  your choice of Paragon Machine Works Rockers, available with or without derailleur hangars, just in case you want the option to go geared.

top tube internal brake cable routing $100

Fork (with frame only): $350 100mm qr or 15×110 Boost T/A

custom paint is available and price depends on complexity

That’s it, because I just can’t be bothered to itemize every little threaded boss or whatnot. If you want something that you don’t see listed here, ask.



Getting started: $300 deposit gets you on the list, then I send you a fit sheet to fill out and I’ll ask you some questions. I may ask about your current bike, past bikes, physical limitations, local riding areas, alien abduction memories and all kinds of other stuff.  Then I design the frame, send the design to you and we talk about it. Once we’re both satisfied, I’ll set aside the materials for your build. When it’s time to build yours, I’ll give you an update and you can peek in my internet/social media widow and see how it’s coming. When it’s ready to go to paint, you’ll get another update and I’ll ask you to have the balance ready. A week or two after that, I should have your frame ready to ship, at which point I’ll ask for the balance to be paid. You’ll also be responsible for the shipping cost, unless you’re local and want to pick it up.

I’m currently building about 12 frames a year, which I try to keep to one per calendar month. That gives me time to enjoy the build process,  not fall behind if I encounter a minor setback and maybe even go ride my own bike;)  Chances are, you’ll get assigned a month when I get your deposit.



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