Anthony's cross frame has been finished for quite a while now but I just got around to getting some pics of it. All I can say is I love it from the front dropouts to the rear dropouts. Anthony is a local Arkansas rider/racer from Russellville, a white-water lover, ice-climber I believe, as well a member of the U.S. military. I wanted to make him the best frame possible, like I do for everyone else, and make it fit his style and persona. I'm not sure but I think he may be the first military member that I've built a frame for. It was an honor to work with him on this build and I just wanted him to know that I appreciate the work he does. I'm gonna shut up now and just let the pictures do the talking.
This is the first stainless steel head badge that I've used. Revolution Cycle Jewelry, go check it out.
I like the way the flag is reflecting off of the down tube in this photo.
Thanks for the opportunity Anthony, enjoy the ride.
Anthony at play.
From the two pictures above it is obvious that Anthony doesn't mind getting a little wet however in this photo here he clearly doesn't want to get his first MEECH wet. Don't worry brother, it won't hurt it. Could've used a kayak at this race.
MEECH Custom Bicycles
Mountain Home, Arkansas