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Our New Vertical Dropouts

As we move into geared bikes it only made sense to continue with our tradition of creating our own signature dropouts.

For most companies these are unnecessary expenses but we feel that it's these frame details that make an All-City standout from the crowd and give our bikes their character and archival quality.  When you're looking at a vintage frameset and see that Campagnolo dropout you know you're looking at a quality piece.  It's our love for these sorts of bike geek moments that leads us to making the investment in our own stainless steel forgings. 





These will be used on our Mr. Pink and a soon to be unveiled project that we've been working on.



January 16, 2012

Please let this project be a steel disc-equipped cross bike. And not some monster-cross thing, but a legit cross bike I can put a 3T or ENVE carbon fork on and race.



January 17, 2012

They look great.  Would be nice to see on an AC stainless frame…



January 19, 2012

It sure would be nice if those were going to go on a dedicated randonneuring frame with a low-trail fork. I doubt that’s where they’re headed though…



January 24, 2012

When will we know?! Frostbike?...



April 29, 2012

Please give this frame PF30 or BB30 and disc tabs so I can run it with an eccentric PF30/BB30 adapter and for disc SSCX!

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