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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Probably the best deal in history for a travel bike


SOLD Noah is selling his oldie-but-goodie Waltworks travel frame/fork and he asked me to post here so that he can reach a wider audience. This bike predates the era of sliding dropouts/disc brakes/etc, but it could still be a great gravel-travel-all-around bike. Need a parts kit? I’m happy to provide whatever you want. SOLD Vital […]

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