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Bishop Bikes
NAHBS Booth: #1012
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Award Winner:
Bishop Road bike (Award for: Best Road Bike):
This road bike features many traditional steel frame building techniques, using bi-laminate construction, custom hand cut lugs, fillet brazing with sleeved seat stays, internal brake and rear derailleur routing to create a sleek, yet classic road bike. The tubing includes custom swaged tubing from Reynolds for a stiff BB, KVA stainless chain stays and a lightweight True Temper OX platinum top tube for a frame with a lively feel that steel is known for.
The frame is painted in a three color metallic paint scheme to compliment the unique construction of the frame. The colors break at lugs, sleeves and stainless steel to create a modern aesthetic.
Award Entries:
Bishop Track Bike (Entry for: Best theme bike):
70's California style track bike with filleted lugs thinly filed, customized fork crown and drilled out drop outs but with modern custom Reynolds swaged tubing for a stiff BB and stainless chainstays from KVA. The finish is a classic single color metallic blue by Bryan Myers with modified milled and drilled Campagnolo and Cinelli Pista components by Jon williams of Drillium Revival.
Bishop Road bike (Entry for: Best Road Bike):
This road bike features many traditional steel frame building techniques, using bi-laminate construction, custom hand cut lugs, fillet brazing with sleeved seat stays, internal brake and rear derailleur routing to create a sleek, yet classic road bike. The tubing includes custom swaged tubing from Reynolds for a stiff BB, KVA stainless chain stays and a lightweight True Temper OX platinum top tube for a frame with a lively feel that steel is known for.
The frame is painted in a three color metallic paint scheme to compliment the unique construction of the frame. The colors break at lugs, sleeves and stainless steel to create a modern aesthetic.