This one’s for the ladies…

You know, for some reason, the ladies never really liked either the original head tube decal (the one with the missing tooth) or the monacle+mustache+gold tooth “classic” decal… so I finally caved, and Chuck D made a new graphic for the ladies. The first batch came out a little bit too big, so the pigtails […]

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Warranty

The Waltworks warranty is straightforward: if you are the original owner of your frame/fork, and it breaks in normal use, I will repair or replace it for free. In most cases, you’ll need to return the item to me for evaluation, and getting it here is your responsibility. Here are the caveats: -Customer is responsible […]

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A few thoughts about sliding dropouts

I’m in the middle of building Warren’s 29″ singlespeed, using my usual Paragon sliding dropouts, and I thought I’d post a couple of pictures, partly because I told Warren I would, and partly because I have had some inquiries from framebuilders about how I go about welding them in (they’re usually brazed with 56% or […]

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Clothing

If you’re ordering a bike, and want your clothes to ship at the same time as your frame/fork/parts, please email me, and I’ll invoice you. Otherwise, please wander on over to the Alchemist site and purchase any Waltworks items (or other stuff – More Cowbell!) you’d like.

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Ordering a Waltworks

The ordering process is pretty simple: -Email (waltworks@gmail.com) or call me (303 359 9392) and introduce yourself. We’ll talk about what you’re looking for, what potential issues may come up, and make sure we’re roughly on the same page. -Pay a $500 (for frames and complete bikes) or $100 (for forks) deposit. Keep in mind […]

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FS FAQ

Braap! I build basically any type of full suspension mountain bike (in any wheel size from 24″ to 29+) for everything from XC racing to fatbiking to full-on DH riding. I use a custom steel front triangle mated to a custom single pivot (“faux bar”) swingarm and seatstays OR Ventana rear end. FS bikes can […]

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Parts Pricing

This is not especially well organized, but I’ve put it online to help answer questions about the costs of specific parts (for those folks whoeither don’t want a complete kit, or just want to mix and match on their own). If you don’t see what you’re looking for, drop me a line and I can […]

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Upgrades, options, accessories

As of 2013, I am eliminating most upcharges, as I find it annoying to be nickel and dimed. Almost everything you can think of is included in the price of your frame, with a few exceptions (see below). Base Waltworks frame price, w/one color+clear powdercoat: $1700 Waltworks custom full suspension w/Ventana rear triangle: $2500 including […]

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Tucson!

Boulder, as some of you may know, has been having a hell of a winter. The normal high temperature on any average day in January is *normally* right around 45 degrees. Not this year. Starting on December 20th, we got winter with a vengeance – we’ve had 50+ inches of snow and average high temperatures […]

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