Check his website...would love to see some pics of projects not bike related
Regarding selling products, I thought I could just add to my existing business liability insurance to cover making bike parts.
Unfortunately my insurance company freaked out. I'm currently in the process of getting specific bicycle manufacturer's insurance. Wonderful huh?
I've got a couple guys who help me part time on the architectural stuff, but the bike stuff is all me.
The bike stuff is all after hours too. Like 1 to 4 am after hours... I already put in about 80 hrs a week to begin with.
Thank god for coffee!
Thanks again to everyone!
You took the words right out of my mouth.I love this thread and I love these bikes.
bump.... wonder what melms has up his sleeve now....
Ha Ha. Try an arm brace....from shoulder surgery. Torn rotator cuff, bone spurs, and needed a Mumford procedure on my clavicle. Not fun.bump.... wonder what melms has up his sleeve now....
Ha Ha. Try an arm brace....from shoulder surgery. Torn rotator cuff, bone spurs, and needed a Mumford procedure on my clavicle. Not fun.
Surgery was scheduled for last October but I had to cancel because I bought and sold some property and moved my home & shop.
Almost forgot these pics:
Custom chrome seat rail and nose cap, cream leather and suede.
I still need to make some bar ends...
I really enjoy sharing these pics with you guys. I'm glad you all like it!
What did Greg do for this one? I know Marty was super excited about the new dropouts, did he have a hand in that?Greg Melms x Geekhouse Bikes @ NAHBS 2009. Absolutely inspiring, love the architectual influence in the bikes, crossing multiple industrial backgrounds is always a go!
Yeah, I think thats his fork, although the integrated may be new. So much work goes into those things...i believe marty had already been doing his own segmented fork,
but borrowed the dropout design (and dropouts themselves) from greg and applied them to his fork.
Thanks for bumping. What an awesome read.bump . . . . talk about G.M. being way ahead of the curve. 3 1/2 years later . .. . .