Words: Seven Cycles Build Process – Part I

February 14, 2013

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Tony Bustamate of Velosmith Bicycle Studio  just posted the first installment on a series about Seven Cycles that he’s writing.  Here’s an excerpt from the post:

“Back in 1997 when Seven Cycles was formed, the concept of building a custom, handmade bike on a short timeline without charging a significant, additional fee was revolutionary.  […]

“Seven’s approach was questioned early on when naysayers assumed there wasn’t a way to do “custom” about in the same time others were building stock sizes. Seven’s approach was revolutionary in the bike world, an entire production system designed from the ground up to build custom bikes.  […]

“In the welder’s hands the torches, lenses and cups are paint brush and canvas. Seven is steadfastly committed to flawless welding.”

Thanks, Tony, for writing this piece.  I can’t wait to the next installment.

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