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2015-02-04 3:26 PM

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Subject: Mjolnir Cycles -- custom fillet-brazed steel bike frames

My journey in the world of cycling has taken on many roles -- triathlon racing, bike racing, mechanic, "fitter"... And now it's taken on what I consider my pinnacle of bicycle participation -- frame building. Yes, I'm basically starting just starting out, but I have several frames already made and in varying states of use. I'm on the cusp of hanging out my shingle, not as a full-time frame builder, but part-timing it and building my brand.

In light of that, I submitted my Smoked Out bio to Velocipede Salon today: http://www.velocipedesalon.com/forum/f22/mjolnir-cycles-39927.html

My site, for those who are interested, is listed in my signature, and I'm on Facebook.

Comments, questions, critiques, inquiries all welcome.

Thanks!



2015-02-05 3:28 PM
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Subject: RE: Mjolnir Cycles -- custom fillet-brazed steel bike frames
Looks like nice work. Steel makes for a nice riding road bike, but I can't imagine there's any market at all for a steel tri-bike.
2015-02-10 10:03 AM
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Subject: RE: Mjolnir Cycles -- custom fillet-brazed steel bike frames

Good thing that's only a subset of what I provide.

2015-04-03 8:29 AM
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Subject: RE: Mjolnir Cycles -- custom fillet-brazed steel bike frames

Another gravel build completed yesterday.

2015-04-03 12:12 PM
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Man I have been itching for a steel frame to build up for a while... These look great!
2015-05-19 7:39 AM
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New Thor road bike. Yesterday was the maiden voyage.



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