Sunday, July 11, 2010

Custom Groovy Retro stolen...bolo

Hey folks,

Please keep your eyes open for one of my customer's bikes that was stolen last night between midnight and 0200 from the after party at Vulture's Knob in Ohio.

Taken was Jason's Retro 29er. This is a one of a kind build and should be distinguishable even if rattlecanned or parted.

The bike spec...

Groovy retro frame; items that make it distinguishable - the frame uses a curved and ovalized top tube, custom drawn and tapered seat stays I have custom made for me, Dedda oval to round chainstays, and swinger dropouts. The seat tube uses a front pinch clamp. The head tube will have two offset holes, one high on the drive side, one low on the non-drive where the head badge was mounted, visible if removed. It is currently painted in an olive green and cream with a custom airbrushed pin up girl on the down tube, and "weathering" all over. "Jason" on the non-drive chainstay.

Groovy custom Ti unicrown fork - 1.125" blades with hooded dropouts

Groovy Ti Luv handle in 28" width

Thomson Elite stem and post in black (27.2)

Brooks Leather saddle and grips

Wheels are White Industry Eno hubs, DT black spokes, and Stan's 355 rims. Tires are Kenda Nevegals

White Industry Eno crank with 32T ring

Magura Marta SL brakes, the front lever has a bit of the carbon fractured off of the rear pivot section.

As you can guess, Jason is heart sick. If y'all see the bike or associated custom parts float up for sale, please drop me a line at

I am posting a reward for info leading to safe recovery.



1 comment:

Roy said...

Why!!! It just p#sses me off so much to hear this. Hope it will show up somewhere soon.