My friend and I took our usual morning bike ride. It was 54* with 2 mph wind! Our average was exceptional at 14! We rode 16 miles in one hour! The county just resurfaced our black top we ride on, making it so smooth! The only draw back is the sky is pitch black that early in the morning. I make sure my lights are fully charged! At least one time in the riding season my friends and I like to finish the ride by stopping at our local coffee shop for a cinnamon roll and an Americana! What a great way to start a day!
Jerrell and Dylan have a team effort figured out for the building process of the Phoenix bike. Dylan cuts the frames out and jigs them on the flat surface table. Jerrell then comes in and tacks the frame. It is taken out of the jig and clamped on the Park Tool clamp to be welded up completely. Dylan then is able to jig another bike and the process starts all over again! The standard size Phoenix frame is on the table now so that is the run of frames that are being built at this time. We have four complete with paint and four more to go!