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Springtime ENVE sale! I have decided to do a little promotion/sale of sorts. Any deposit I receive from now through May 15th will receive a free ENVE fork upgrade (if you want it). This will save you a few hundred bucks off a normal custom order and the forks can be painted with your frame like usual. This includes road forks, tapered stuff, canti forks, and disc forks.

If you order a frame and want a steel fork this does not mean I will also send you a free ENVE fork.
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I was so excited to make this frame for Lois! She was bitten by the cycling bug and has been riding daily so John Watson wanted to give her a bike upgrade. This one is a pretty simple frame with an ENVE fork and hooded dropouts from Paragon Machineworks with a replaceable hanger. Something that is becoming more common on my builds.

This frame also marks the return of Circle A Cycles to my paint team! So excited to be working with these guys again. Also, everyone should do the right thing and get their mom and Icarus.


Photographs by John Watson
Paint by Circle A Cycles.
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Designed to be real dang stiff for a rider with some power, this one isn't for those preoccupied with weight. It has a 44mm headtube so it can be setup with a straight 1 1/8" fork or a tapered setup. Super oversize top tube and Dedacciai shaped downtube with an S-Bend seat tube. The chain stays are 29er stays that I inverted so they would stay narrow then flare out. They are HUGE.


Email ian@icarusframes.com

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Here is a sportiff style frame I sent to Japan a while back to be built up by the shop, Blue Lug. It was built to carry rear panniers and a lowrider front rack on occasion. The seat stays are sleeved and I also built the stem with an internal cable hanger.

The fork has internal wire routing for the light. There are no wires to mess with, the power goes directly from the hub into the pickup plate on the inside of the fork dropout.

Photographs by Nobuhiko Tanabe
Paint by Bryan Myers.
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This road bike was inspired by previous modern road builds I have done but has a few advancements in details. It utilizes one of the flared True Temper seat tubes and a half sleeve where it joins the top tube. I also used some very small and nicely detailed dropouts from Pacenti. The shaped tubing here is all Columbus, pulling from their Air, Life and Zona alloys.

The matte black, grey and blue paint came out exceptional. There is a logo on the underside of the downtube, not in your face and just how I like it.

Division 1 here on Austin's eastside wrenched this one together.


Photographs by John Watson
Paint by Bryan Myers.
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