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Here are bikes I have made and videos of them in action: the tabs across the top of this page will get you more details of each of them. I started making using wood because it is such a strong material and gradually became interested in the materials themselves, Thus I am now making bikes using carbon fibre , aluminium etc and combinations of materials to achieve the strength and stiffness that I need to get to.

first one – my latest,  is ultralight alloy with a new frame construction that I have pioneered. variable angle headstock, variable BB height too: quite a bike !

you can see more of this at http://www.variangle.com or click on ultralight mtb on the menu

this next one is carbon fibre: ultrastiff frame with variable angle headstock

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Vari angle headstock mountain bike. Geometry based on de vinci spartan .

here comes the fun:

This is a full suspension mountain bike from Walnut and London Plane

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This bike is a superlight roadbike from Cedar and Sycamore with Walnut detailing

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heres the bike in action:

I believe that wood is a brilliant materail for bike building: It is after all a natural carbon fibre and good enough for trees so why not bikes ? Add to this that it looks beautiful and each bike is unique you have got something very special

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retro style electric roadster
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retro style electric tandem

this bike is from maple and walnut

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This roadbike is from elm and London plane

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