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Vintage Complete Build-Up For Sale

So this recently completed build is available for purchase, in shop. We came across this frame, which has 2 after market rack struts welded to it. We thought it was pretty cool, so we had the frame/fork powder coated and have slowly been building it up.

51cm frame. The bike has 26″ wheels, with Continental Retro Ride tires. Single speed set up. Tektro canti-lever brakes. Velo-Orange bars, with the Dia-Compe Guidonnet levers. Portland Design Works bamboo grips. Vintage Ideal leather saddle. Woody’s fenders. And comes with the little wicker rear basket.
$500. Come check it out.



Vintage KHS Classic Sold

So we’ve got this KHS complete for sale in shop. It’s a 56cm. It’s cleaned up, re-furbished, and has a brand new Selle Royal Contour saddle in white suede. $275.


Centurion Mixte Sold



Here’s one we re-did to sell in the shop. She’s got new tubes/tires, new Brooks saddle, new VO bars, new Wald basket, vintage rear rack, new Dia Compe inverse brake levers with VO basket weave grips, all new cable/housing, new freewheel/chain. $450 and its yours.


Great little mixte here. Its got a new basket, new pedals, new chain, new tubes/tires, new saddle, new blinky lights front and rear. It also includes a new u-lock.
Come check it out.

Frejus Frameset for sale-

So here’s an old Frejus for sale. I believe it’s on Craigslist for $475. Size is 58cm. Contact us or bradsasher@gmail.com if you’re interested.







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Here’s a cute little Motobecane mixte that we re-did. We were planning on having it for sale in the shop, but it never made it out of the workstand before it was sold. I really like the 27″ semi-knobby tires on this thing.

Next up are a few pics of a bike we helped build, that’s making it’s way across the US.

This is Geries’ Pake C’Mute. I really like this story because we got him all the parts and everything through Woodward Cyclery, then we all went back to SOPO and and built it up together. He really wanted to ride a bike he built himself on his trip, and that’s what he did.
He has a sent us a few pics of him and the bike during his travels and hopefully he’ll send us some more along the way.


That’s the kind of story I’m real stoked to have happen, with SOPO and Woodward Cyclery sharing a space.

A few recent projects…

So here’s a couple of things that we’ve completed working on lately. The first is Sidney’s peugeout. This one’s got a new matte black paint job, new bars/stem/levers/brakes, and new rack and pannier set up.

We went with the Soma sparrow bar, Dia-compe non-aero levers, and brooks tape. We took off the old center pull brakes and replaced them with Tektro’s R559 extra long reach caliper brakes.

We added a Voyager rear rack and strapped a OUT YOUR BACK DOOR pannier on it. I love these panniers, they really class up any bike.

I think it turned our really nice.
Next up is my old Atala.

Now I built this up a while back and had been riding it and loving it. But I decided I wanted to be able to run a little bigger tires. So I had my buddy Chicken add some canti bosses and rack/fender mounts to the frame for me.



I love the current set up. Before this was a straight racing frame. It used short reach caliper brakes, so the biggest tire I could use was a 25. Now I’ve got 28’s on there, and I think I can get 32’s on it maybe. It’ll be close in the rear. I went with the Nitto mini campee front rack, which Chicken added some custom mounting tabs for. It’s perfect for a light load or handlebar bag.


I went through Rivendell to get the Nitto housing stops. It’s funny, these parts are so small and inconspicuous, but Nitto makes them look so nice, they really make the bike look so much better.

The only thing left is a real paint job. I just couldn’t wait to build it up after I got it back. I just did a quick spray job. Soon I’ll get it powder coated and have a nice new set of decals for it.


Check out these cool vintage panniers. They’re from Out Your Back Door. I believe they’re old Swiss army bags that he converts to panniers. Really cool. Check out the website, it’s got a lot of cool stuff on it.