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just one last (enlarged to show texture)

  • Lyra 8y

    oh! this is a great shot! I love it.
  • Brian & Sara Turner PRO 8y

    looks amazing with the stem choice.
  • rndmvyr 8y

    Lol, you meant the BIKE.
  • Laterne Rouge 7y

    Absolutely perfect light and depth of field.

    I'm always puzzled when people like Bike Snob see wood handlebars and assume that they're fragile. Apparently, they've never encountered an axe or mop handle. Rest assured, good wood is bomb-proof.
  • S. Diddy 7y

    those handlebars are off the chain! pretty girl too.
  • Dimitri Depaepe 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Temple Of Aphrodite (Invite Only), and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Sean Hogan - 何祥 PRO 6y

    Focus, focus, damn it focus ;-)
  • Sean Hogan - 何祥 PRO 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Mondo Ciclismo CC, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Sean Hogan - 何祥 PRO 6y

    Finally a cycling photo where you can clearly see that the photographer got 'wood'. Excellent capture ;-)
  • Carl Paulaner Hefe-weizen 6y

    Consider Oregon White Oak, or Locust that is green (not air, or kiln dried) and steam it. Then after removing it from your home made steam box, quickly clamp to a jig that accounts for ten-percent bend return. Give consideration to grain orientation too with quarter-sawn facing fore and aft. This will do away with glue lines and show a truely extraordinary product.

    BTW, my steam boiler is nothing more than a one-gallon paint can on an electric burner with brass fitting in the lid (safe against catastrophic explosions). The steam chamber is a pipe with rods through holes to keep the work piece off the pipe bottom. Wrap the pipe in an old blanket for insulation. Meke exit port in opposite end from steam entry for good steam flow. I built a yacht with this contraption.

    Rule is: one-hour for every inch cross section area.
  • James Lumb PRO 6y

    They are sliiiick!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • rockero_james 6y

    Congratulations... very good photo!
  • Ian Batt 5y

    Whatever happened to this project bro?
  • Ezra Caldwell PRO 5y

    Ian- I still make them. It's just that I only make them to go on my own bikes. I'm busy enough building whole bikes that I'm not real tempted to go into production mode on either the fenders or bars.
  • Ian Batt 5y

    totally understandable, there are only so many hours in the day.
  • Sean Hogan - 何祥 PRO 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Scatto, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    My you keep up the excellent work.
  • a b 5y

    those bars are so bad ass
  • 4y

    We here at love this photo!

  • nic hansen 4y

    Very nice photo!
  • ettschioppa 2y

    I start to follow you because of this picture of hill and bar.
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