Here are a couple of pics of a cross frame build I am working on right now. Actually the frame is already finished, I just forgot to post pics of the build like I had planned. I had this frame cut, fit, and tacked before I remembered to shoot photos, oh well. Anyway, like all my frames I always start out with some super-tight miters on the foundation and continue this process all the way around the frame. As a frame builder, once you make your first water-tight miter you can't bring yourself to tack anything less together, your conscious won't permit it. After close to 4 years of building frames I actually work slower now than I did in the first year however I am much more efficient in the process. Being a "one-man show" here at MEECH, I shoot to build roughly 25-30 frames a year and if more get done then so be it but I don't rush any of them. I'm not trying to break any records I just want each frame that I build to be the best that it can be and so far everything has worked out. However, being a solo builder doesn't mean I don't get help from others, I owe a lot thanks to everyone that makes it possible. Family, friends, riders/racers, machinists, painters, suppliers all make it come together, so thanks. Fly with MEECH!