Finding a Pot of Gold in the small world of the Bike Biz.

Posted by on Aug 28, 2020 in Cyclists to Know, Memories, News, Seven Cycles, Suppliers | No Comments

The total number of employees at Seven Cycles fluctuated around twenty five, but only about eight occupied the small office on the customer facing side of the business, where I sat for ten years.  Colleagues would trickle in and out, but each had a huge impact on the culture.  The open floor plan of the […]

John Martin’s Evergreen SL – Review

John Martin, friend, cyclist, founder of the Bradley Street Bicycle Co-Op recently took delivery of his Seven Cycles Evergreen SL, and was kind enough to write a review complete with photos: I am 30 years old with the bank account of an 18 year old. I work on bikes for a living, and have had […]

Cyclocross Frame Design: An Evening with Seven Cycles

Posted by on Dec 28, 2016 in News, Seven Cycles | No Comments

Listen to Seven Cycles’s frame designers discuss the ins and outs, challenges, and nuances of designing custom cross bikes, and buy yourself a pint of Hog River Brewing Co. to make an already great night even better!  There will be insight, discussion, and time for Q&A with the world’s largest custom frame builder. Event details […]

A Big and Elegant Seven Cycles Axiom SL

Posted by on May 1, 2016 in Bike Build, Seven Cycles | No Comments

Rob C., gave me a call in late February when he decided he couldn’t research his next bike any longer and the time had come to make a move.  According to him, it was the end of a five year search that had him pouring over review after review while he logged miles on his […]

Photo Shoot

Posted by on Feb 4, 2016 in News, Photography, Seven Cycles | No Comments

Occasionally a bike comes together so well that people can’t help but take notice.  The angles look just right.  The tubes are neither too long nor too short.  The colors work together in perfect harmony.  Jackie’s Cafe Racer S was just such a bike, I knew it when it was finished, but Seven Cycles also […]