Posts Tagged ‘Milwaukee Bicycle Co’
I’d be on one of these. Milwaukee Bicycle Co‘s new Waterford-built cross bikes look damn nice. At that price, why would you consider a Taiwanese-manufactured frame? It’s like team pricing for the public!
Milwaukee’s OX Platinum cross frame is now up on their site for pre-order. These frames are made from US tubing in the USA by Waterford and are only $660. No one can complain at that price, which comes in around most Taiwanese tigged frames. And you can even customize the paint. Now that’s a steal for steel. Head to Milwaukee Bicycle Co for pre-ordering information. For those interested in a carbon fork, the Whisky Parts Co Number 7 fork will do the trick.
What’s up beautiful? Made in the USA from True Temper’s OX Platinum tubeset, disk ready, light-touring ready, cross ready, trail poaching ready, singletrack ready, farmer’s market ready, is your wallet ready for next month? It better be!
The hand-made in the USA Milwaukee Bicycle Co road frames just got a lot nicer, and lighter. I recommended to the guys that they should offer a tubeset upgrade. Hailing True Temper’s OX Platinum as one of the best tubesets out there, they looked into it and here it is. Lighter, stronger and assembled by the oldest bicycle frame manufactures in the country, the Waterford-build Milwaukee Bicycle Co road frame is a great option for a “do anything” bike.
Mirror-polished, deep-section rims can in fact look very classy on your track bikes. Velocity‘s Deep Vs may carry the “H” word stigma but if you’re looking for a rim that will literally withstand years of abuse and still look classy, check out the new polished Deep Vs that Bens Cycle just got in stock!
If you like clean, simple builds and you want a frame made in the USA by Waterford, check out the Orange One frames by Milwaukee. This recent customer build up came out super clean. See more at the Ben’s Cycle Blog. Who else is making affordable production singlespeed, track and road frames in the States anymore?
AJ and I are probably the only two people who have the 29′r Bruiser prototypes set up as legit fixed freestyle rides. Others are floating around but are currently being ridden as rigid MTBs and gravel grinders. This bike has seen a beating since AJ built it up last year, around this time. While the future of the Bruiser is unknown, I can attest to the fact that this bike is a lot of fun and more than capable at thrashing some street. AJ’s put in work on this beast and it shows.
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