New fork pricing policy – too many mounts!

I just built a fork with 19 mounting points (not counting the canti bosses)! That’s just nuts. And it took me the better part of 90 minutes to get them all on there where they needed to be. I get that bikepacking is great, and I like building forks that can do everything – but […]

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More spring cleaning – 56cm gravel frame/fork, anyone?

$400. Geometry: 71.5/73 head/seat angles 55 or 56cm (I can’t recall!) toptube, 57cm seat tube (center to top). Takes a 27.2 post. Clearance for up to a 45c tire in the rear and probably a 50c in front. No fender or rack mounts. Open cable (old school road bike style) downtube cable routing for derailleurs. […]

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Spring cleaning! Gravel and travel/mountain bikes for sale!

First up is Sarah’s old travel bike. I’ve already described it elsewhere, but here are the vitals again: 70/73 head and seat angles, 23″ effective toptube, 400mm seat tube, 425-445mm chainstays (Paragon sliders), 27.2 post, S&S couplers! Parts list: 80mm Reba SL, Elixir 5 brakes, Thomson post, LX cranks, XT front derailleur, X7 rear derailleur, […]

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Waltworks segmented fork blades – now available.

I get questions all the time about what I use for fork blades on segmented forks. Until recently, the answer was “my massive stash of NOS True Temper single butted 1.2/.8 seat tubes” and “they’re not for sale, sorry”. Last year I had Fairing (supplier to Nova and others) make me a batch of fork […]

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April Price Increase (also, my phone died)

Frames will go to $1850, forks to $400 (without frame, with frame price remains $300). Full squish $2950. Want to sneak in before that? No problem, drop me a line before April 1st.   In other news, my “smart” phone blew up and I am in the process of replacing it. So if you don’t […]

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Casita Waltworks is open for business!

Yes, you can come stay and play at Waltworks World HQ! We’ve finally finished the remodel of our walk-out basement into a comfy 2-bedroom apartment with it’s own full kitchen and ability to sleep 6 (2 queen size beds, plus a pull-out couch). Of course, we have world class skiing (both alpine and nordic) and […]

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Happy New Year!

I’ll be out of the shop until January 2nd. Feel free to email or call in the interim, but don’t expect a super fast response. If you’re in the Boulder, CO vicinity and want to meet up to talk about a bike project or drink a pint or two, feel free to drop me a […]

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Last second gift? I’ve got an NOS frame for ya!

I built this bike almost 3 years ago as part of a promotion for the Denver Bike Cafe (owned by my good friend Pete). It basically got hung on the wall as bicycle-themed artwork, but now it’s time for it to find a home and get ridden. It’s a nice all-arounder hardtail 29er from before […]

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