Monday, March 21, 2011

Continuum Cycles

Over the years Jeff from Continuum Cycles and I have became good friends. Last month I stopped by the shop and asked to shoot part of his collection. I tried to find contrasting backgrounds to work with the bikes characters both new and old. While a couple of friends have stopped by and shot the shop, my goal was to give a intimate perspective into what makes Jeff's shop very special. 
                        As always click on photo to enjoy full size.

 On a Sunday, Armando and I swung by to check out Jeff's new workshop that was closed but he opened up for us to hang out. He recently just moved hist store front next door and is now using his old store front as a workshop. Got it? Good.
 After checking things out we met up at my house down the street, here is Jeff and my dog Stalone hanging next to Armando's first custom track frame built at:
 Like me Jeff collects both new and old.
 Track frames in all sizes, years and makers.
 Here we have a custom cycle cross frame that has been in the works for a while, like all of his steel frames they are handmade in Italy .
 The shops traditional track frame and Jeff's personal build handmade in Italy.
 This is where it all started, well as far as the frame goes. This was the shops first frame and Jeff's personal city build.
 A classic Frejus that Jeff bought from the original owner.
 Colnago with a 50th anniversary Campagnolo build.
 A Moltini Eddy Merckx with a very rad build.
One of the more rare frames I have seen in the shop. Nobody knows where it came from, all we all have seen is the blue frame that has been posted on different blogs but a white one in this size? That's part of what Continuum is about. Go check out the shop and see Jeff and Fritz for more!


  1. im always excited when i see a new post on your blog. your one shot of the frames hanging on the walls reminds me of this shot i took at bicycle revolutions a while back.

    1. its been a while since ive seen this and it awesome thanks alot!