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Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Just couldn't resist some snowy bivvying!

For fear of missing the chance of taking some snowy photos of my bike in full bivvy spec I made a rushed outing yesterday.

With the help of Paul Pomfret I managed to get some ace pics - please see below for a couple of these.




Sunday, 24 March 2013

Weclome to the DMO Element.............

It has been a while in the making but today I finished the build of the DMO Element frame number 0001.

DMO Element 0001
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the following people for their help and support while building my first frame:

Andy at Pipecraft - for help with forming the top tube (http://www.pipecraft.co.uk/).

Jeff at JACS - for his help with shaping the seatstay bridge and curved handlebars (http://www.jacsuk.com/).

Simon and the team at Blade Engineering - for their help with waterjet cutting my headbadge (http://www.blade-engineering.co.uk/blade-engineering.co.uk/HOME.html).

Reynolds Tubing - for all their technical support in helping me choose the right tubes for my frame and answering my seemingly endless barrage of questions! (http://reynoldstechnology.biz/).

Jason Rourke at Brian Rourke Cycles - for general frame building technical support and for painting the first frame (http://www.brianrourke.co.uk/).

Beth and Ian at Wildcat Bags for supplying a set of custom bags for the Element (http://wildcatgear.co.uk/).

And finally to my friends, family and fiancee Kate for putting up with me constantly talking, dreaming and, er well, living bikes!!

Well, here's to seeing everyone at the Bristol Bespoked Bike show in a few weeks time (12th - 14th April, http://www.bespokedbristol.co.uk/) to check out some lush bikes and hopefully sample some splendid real ale!!