Sunday, May 6, 2012

Armando's Yamaguchi

It's been a while since I've posted, a lot has been going on but I've been shooting the whole time so keep checking back. This past weekend was the T-Town Spring swap, I ran into a kid named Jack  who asked if I was going to post anymore? While I often forget that anybody actually pays attention to this blog, the answer is yes and thanks for the introduction. Here is a start to getting back on TRACK.
While at the swap my good friend Armando from Quiros was there and on top of all his other projects,  just restored this Yamaguchi track bike. Armando was taught to build by the master himself so repainting a frame that a gold medal was obtained on must have been gratifying . Armando swung by the bike shop after the swap to catch up and chat about future projects. King Kog is now an exclusive Quiros dealer. We are offering a 600-800$ custom lugged single speed or track frame and fork also hand painted by Armando himself. If interested feel free to contact me. 

1 comment:

  1. Great meeting you dude! That Yamaguchi was a show-stopper. I dig the shop visit John just posted on King Kog, I'll definitely have to get up there sometime this summer. I'm stoked to get this De Bernardi built up right, I plan on taking it to bike revs come payday this week. I'll be sure to send you some photos once I'm done. Thanks again!

    -Jack Stewart-Castner