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Brooks Repair – Brooks’ Man in the U.S.

November 30th, 2011 by Bill | No Comments | Filed in Brooks, Resources, saddles

Philadelphia framebuilder Simon Firth has traveled to Birmingham to learn the arts of saddle making and saddle repair. Simon is now the Brooks factory-authorized saddle repair agent for America. Simon has access to parts that most U.S. dealers don’t, and he knows his way around a rivet.

hanfordcycles@gmail.com
brooksrepair1@gmail.com
c/o 7837 germantown avenue
philadelphia, PA, 19118.
215 410 7296

A trip to Carradice

November 23rd, 2011 by Bill | No Comments | Filed in Uncategorized
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A trip to Carradice, a set by Hudsonic on Flickr.

Hudsonic, of the Small Wheel Society, visited the Carradice works recently and posted pictures in a Flickr Set.

Velouria Tests Philosophy Bags

November 2nd, 2011 by Bill | No Comments | Filed in bags, Other Blogs, Uncategorized

 

Philosophy InTrans pannier

Velouria, writing in her ‘Lovely Bicycle’ blog, reports on her time with Philosophy bags. She summarizes:

Philosophy panniers are high quality, well though-out, versatile and classic products that are well worth their price and are unlikely to disappoint.

Here at Wallbike, we sold out of our first order of Philosophy bags surprisingly quickly. We are waiting for the improved 2012 version to go into production.

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