Bicycles have been a source of pleasure and inspiration for me since I was a teenager. My fascination began through bmx. I loved looking at different product designs and swapping parts to try and make the perfect bike. For an entire decade I was consumed by the lifestyle that came with these bikes, but as I got older I looked for a means of transportation. I was quickly drawn to the appeal of track frames as they were as simple as bmx bikes, sleek, elegant, nothing that didn’t need to be there. It didn’t take long for me to not only become fascinated by the aesthetics of these bikes, but also the speed. I raced locally and discovered a new passion for a different type of cycling. I began to study the design of these frames and marveled at their seemingly simple joints, yet each frame had its distinct mark left by the builder. Curiosity became a passion and I read as much as I could about frame building and took a class from a local builder. I spent all my savings on bike building materials and started creating. That’s what has hooked me on framebuilding, taking a bunch of nondescript pieces and making a one of a kind machine that is not only beautiful but functional. Building frames gives me such a level of satisfaction that is only topped by the feedback I receive from pleased customers.