Friday, February 20, 2009

MKE Update Part 2 - Final Geometry

After tons and tons of rider input and hearing the concerns/comments from all of you.

Once again, feel free to ask any questions through the blog comments, we will respond as soon as possible.

Or if you want a personal conversation; just shoot us an email through the "contact us" section of the website or give us a call...toll free US/Canada 1.888.275.5111.

All prototypes now SOLD OUT!


will be available separately. Price is going to be around 125 bucks.
It will have a CNC'd one piece steerer, removable 990 brake posts, not to mention the stainless beer mug!


Frame/Fork Specs:
  • 68mm English BB
  • 1-1/8" Head Tube (Standard Headset)
  • 400mm Axle to Race Fork (100mm Spacing)
  • 120mmm Rear Spacing
  • 27.2mm Seatpost
  • Removable 990 brake posts under seat-stays (we all now these aren't going to be ridden on the Velodrome)
  • Weights: TBA
  • Cost (Frame/Fork): $450-490

Colors are-

-Gloss "Fast" Black
-Prolly Purple
-Cool Grey
-Bootleg Green

Any other solid paint color will have our standard charge of $50

For the get to choose either a

-Gloss Black
-Cool Grey
-Same as Frame Color

-Other fork colors (of choice, other than listed above) will have a $25 up charge.

    Wednesday, February 18, 2009

    Wednesday, February 11, 2009

    MKE Update


    New geos and frame details. Feel free to ask any questions through the blog comments, we will respond as soon as possible.

    Tuesday, February 3, 2009

    All Silver Campagnolo Chorus Group!

    We have been getting tons of inquiries regarding an all silver Campagnolo groupo. We did some searching and found this! Let us know if you would need cranks or cassette in other sizes, we should be able get them.

    Monday, February 2, 2009

    Preliminary MBC S700 Geos

    New S700 geometry specs.

    We will be taking pre-orders in 2-3 weeks, full details will be available here shortly.

    Sizing: Long top-tubes mean short, stiff stems. So which size is right for you? First, measure your current cockpit (i.e. 54cm top-tube + 110mm stem = 65cm cockpit). The 50cm(S) frame has a 60cm virtual top-tube, so a 50mm stem would get your cockpit @ 65cm.

    Keep in mind this frame is designed for 35-90mm stem lengths. It is better to have a shorter seat-tube than a top-tube that is too long.

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