Except when I do a long post and my browser crashes.
Some of mates think all I do is take photos of cute girls on bikes. That simply is not true.
I also do weddings, commercial product photography, polish bike components, assemble bikes, organise events, build websites, deliver photocopier spares, write and shoot for magazines, and probably something else I can't think of right now.
Here's the latest - A Shifterbikes client build documented at 7 Ellis st, South Yarra.
Pre-Trackosaurusrex and Bikesnob NYC, pre Fixed Gear Gallery and way before Prolly - Dan had what you would now describe as a blog.
The blog had a 'message board' known as the Peanut Gallery.
It was more frequently updated back then, an inspiration for builds and a simple document of what was rolling through the doors.
Thanks to google I dug up the old pages for you.
PDM Concorde Squadra, refinished by Cycleart. Clearly they spend more time painting. The Cycleart site is not representative of their work - to put it nicely.
Sean Kelly's 1988 PDM Concorde no less. The distinctive flourescent headtube was to distinguish Sean's frame from the others for it's use in the Vuelta - so the story goes.
A Superbe Pro ensemble in exceptional condition, combined with 3ttt combination rounds out the build.
There's much to swoon over, including the FIR Pulsar rims with handmade italian tubulars. Coming soon.
For your desktop
Next, a girl on a bike.