I enjoy riding and building mountain bikes (especially 29ers), cyclocross bikes, road bikes, and café cruisers. My material of choice is modern, lightweight, high strength steel for the ride and durability. Some road and cross bikes incorporate a carbon seat/chain stay in the rear. All frames are powdercoated by the masters at Spectrum powderworks – so the sky’s the limit for durable and artistic finish options.
I’m proud to be a member of MBOSC and support trail access and open space preservation and enjoyment. I’m also a big proponent of bicycles as utilitarian transportation. Please take a look at my website, give me a call if you have questions.
Seabright Brewery has graciously been hosting our monthly meeting (7 pm on the second Monday of the month) for years. Join us for discounted brews crafted on site and help drive mountain bike access forward in Santa Cruz County!
The current favorite is Resolution Red Ale a.k.a. “Kenny”. Copper-red in color, this fine ale uses over 600 lbs. of grain and seemingly as many hops. This beer offers a delicate balance of hops and alcohol. In fact, a few days before the meeting, I start to salivate in anticipation. Ken-nay!!
Another fine beer is the very fabulous and tasty Blur Pale Ale. A delicious India Pale Ale in 22 oz bottles. Great for warm summer nights or camping trips. The official beer of the MBOSC road trip 2003.
Watsonville based Fox Racing Shox is a great corporate citizen and has been an amazing supporter of MBOSC. They did the “Free The Trail” program to help with the Nisene Marks legal appeal and have been very supportive of MBOSC events.
Fox makes top quality suspension systems and we encourage you all to consider Fox Shox when upgrading your bikes.
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