Curtis Odom wanted to bring back the vintage style hubs like Bayliss, but with something more practical. Referencing the notorious hubs of the past, he recreated some of the most notable hubs to date; cut outs galore, bacon slicers, and even hi-lo's. But what these have over their predecessors is cartridge bearings.
Did I have to use a photo with Prolly looking goofy as fuck? Yes. Do I have other ones? Yes.
Prolly's Bishop is fuckin badass. FUCKIN BADASS. It won best fillet brazed frame at the show. Actually, of the 3 bikes Bishop brought out, each one won an award. This was only 1 of 3 and I'll be sure to post the rest tomorrow. Until then, enjoy the rest of the flicks.
Speedhound Cycles was packed full of niche components on these two fresh builds. Pre-war cotter cranks, skip tooth drivetrain, and wood rims make up a couple of details on the teal frame. Check out the crown detailing. Fresh.
They're especially known for their dropout system (SDS)with any type of drivetrain.