I'm glad to announce that Tim Nicholls has joined my Crew.
Tim is an Expert Mechanic who does all kinds of repairs and tuneups. In addition he has been putting up with me and my broken kneecap from a slow speed bike accident - nobodys fault but my own.
Tim can fix up any bike from an Old Huffy to a Modern Full Suspension Bike or a High End Race Bike. And there is a quick turn around. The Picture above is Mark Edwards who has been complaining about a noise on his one speed - Tim found it and fixed it and cleaned the whole bike - so Mark is a Happy Single Speeder. Give Tim a call at the shop at (707) 762-5601.
It has been almost a week since my bike accident. It will be a long road to recovery. I am so in debt to Tim Nicholls (Bruce Gordon Cycles - New Employee & Mechanic) He is really keeping things going at the Shop and helping me as I am trying to recover from my accident, but it will be between 4 to 6 months.
I hope to be in a wheelchair next week and be able to wheel down to the shop and oversee things.
Until then Tim is taking care of me and the shop - and is doing a Great Job and I am forever in debt to him and his wife Rebecca.
Tires are in stock as well as other products, and Tim is shipping them out as fast as usual. He is doing Repairs and as well as other stuff including Sales at the Shop - so if you have any questions, please give him a call at the Shop - (707) 762-5601.
If he is unable to answer your questions - he will ask me and get back to you. At this time I am not taking any New Frame orders until I get back to normal - hopefully soon.
I'm partnering up with Bruce Gordon, I plan on
extending my love and passion to the rest of the cycling community near and
far. We will be offering a complete, full service, top notch bicycle repair
shop based out of the current location that houses Bruce’s frame shop, retail
storefront and collection of his personal bikes from the last 42 years.
Services will include, tune-ups large and small, custom wheel builds,
suspension services and overhauls, complete refurbishing’s and much, much
more.Plus, with the attached frame shop
and paint booth, we can create that special something you’ve always dreamt
about. Plus, with just myself handling repairs, you can be confident that you
will get the exact service and quality you expect. I can guarantee you will not
find another repair service that oozes as much love and passion into everything
we do. Truly a one of a kind shop and something everyone should see and
experience. I look forward to meeting everyone who walks through the door and
hearing your latest and greatest ride plans and adventures, and hope to share
some of mine with you as well.Now go
ride your bike!
It has been almost 9 months since I last posted the 13th in a Series, so I thought I would add another to the list. This is a Steel Frame I made for the NAHBS Show in 2007. It Won the "Best in Show" award that year.
It was made in January 2007 of tubing from different Manufacturers - Columbus, Reynolds, and Taiwan. It has lugs I made out of ChromeMoly 4130 Tubing with the Wave Shaped Design that I have been doing for nearly 40 years, and a Pacenti Fork Crown.
The parts are from Shimano, a Bruce Gordon Titanium Pump, a Titanium Seatpost I made to fit the Old Campagnolo 2 Bolt parts. The racks are also Bruce Gordon tubular Titanium. It has 1 of 3 Sets of Bruce Gordon Titanium Cantilevers (I own 2 sets - the 3rd belongs to a guy in San Francisco), Bruce Gordon Carbon Fenders & a Brian Baylis Paint Job (he passed away earlier this year - I miss him a lot).
The Geometry on the frame is: 72.5 degree Head Tube, 73 degree Seat Tube, 4.8cm Fork Rake, 61cm Seat Tube, and a 58.5cm Top Tube, 43.5cm Chainstays and 7.5 cm Drop.
It is on display with the rest of my Collection of Bikes at my shop - You are welcome to visit the shop and see my collection, but, please call ahead because I'm not always here.