Just recently, Tyler from Firefly filled me in on what exactly the Bones Project is all about. Let me just say that I can’t wait to see the complete project live! More to come from The Bones Project, December 13th!
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Here’s part 2 to the Firefly Bones Project video series. On a related note, I had a dream last night that Tyler from Firefly and I got stoned and argued about disc brakes at a football game.
I feel like this is the route I’d go if I ever had a custom-anodized titanium bike. It’s simple, yet clean and refined. At this point, it’s what you’ve come to expect from frame builders like Firefly.
Also, why can’t more builders shoot their bikes like this? See more exceptional photography at the Firefly Flickr!
Firefly gets artsy in their latest video. I wonder what this is all about?
I’ve been riding the shit out of my MTBs lately and really trying to figure out what the best ride is for the Austin trails. Hardtails are where it’s at, unless you’ve got some severe terrain. Personally, I’d rip the shit out of this bike and all it’s doing is making me stoked on my new hardtail coming soon.
Firefly is killing it.
… as a cow and I love it. Even the half-painted stem. Check out more of this insane bike at the Firefly Flickr.
I like the look of this one! Thank god it’s Firefly Friday.
I don’t know how they do it. Firefly’s work is so simple that even something like this disc tourer looks busy. Yet, it all works. Check out more of this disc tourer at the Firefly Flickr!
In the spirit of the Rapha Continental, the guys at Firefly have added their ‘glow’ to the list of builders who’ve contributed black bikes with a pink letter. Personally, I love that the guys use SRAM Force on most of the Continental machines. It’s like they’re meant to be ridden hard, on gravel and whatever else might be thrown in the rider’s path. Check out more photos at the Firefly Flickr!