Bishop Bikes: Frank’s Road Bike

photos: Keith Trotta

I absolutely love Chris Bishop’s work, it was  real pleasure to meet him at the past 2013 NAHBS too. Not only is Frank’s road bike here a killer build; composed of 80th anniversary Campagnolo and Zipp 202s, but the frame really shows Chris’s style and finishing aesthetic. The blue is killer too, done by Bryan Myers of Fresh Frame. See more of this beauty below!

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  • Peter

    Tall head tubes and horizontal top tubes are sexy!! I don’t care what the “modern aesthetic” is, what with their stacks of stem spaces and “compact” frames. blah.

    and the subtly wrapped-over tips on the top of those perfectly chamfered seat stays ends are just awesome.

    • I agree! And yeah, his finishing work is incredible.