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Jeremy SyCip's Cyclocross Bike

Jeremy brings by his latest bike he's built for himself, a geared cyclocross bike with Shimano's new CycloCross specific bits. SyCip bikes now have a 20 cent rebate with every frame as well. For more information visit www.sycip.com [gallery]     Read More »

SyCip Designs

Jay SyCip stops by to show off a single speed cross bike... funk and flava included. Jay and Jeremy are old local (Santa Rosa) friends of Francis'. Website: http://www.sycip.com   Read More »

NAHBS Roadbikereview Videos and Photos and Awards.

Every year, there is a pilgrimage of some of the country's best bike builders to a city selected by NAHBS to showcase the best hand made bikes. This year, the city was Sacramento and it attracted a ton of builders from around the country and around the world.  The halls were jam-packed each day with ...    Read More »

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14.5lb steel Sycip

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Refreshing my 10 year old SyCip w/new components

I had to dig out my receipt to figure out when I originally got this custom SyCip. I thought it was maybe 6 or 7 years ago but the receipt is from 11/2000! I stopped riding for a while (that's what happens when you move to Seattle from sunny California). But anyway I'm back riding and thought it was ... Read More »

Sycip brothers of Santa Rosa...

Anyone know of the Sycip brothers of Santa Rosa? They build bikes, here's a link to their website; [url]http://www.sycip.com/index.html[/url] I'm looking to have them build me a steel bike. If anyone has any experience with them, some feedback would be greatly appreciated. Peace :cool:Read More »

F/S 48 Sycip Cross Bike

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Sycip or Rock Lobster?

OK please provide feedback concerning these two builders for a cyclocross frame. Thanks so much, custom of course. Please provide the material that your frame is made out of and why you choose it.Read More »

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