[Bike Lust] Black Sheep Customs – Black Cat Hardtail – Alter Cycles – 44 Bikes Rigid SS – Alliance Titanium FS 29er – Rock Lobster 29″

Check out the latest and greatest in custom American made mountain bike goodness. These are my recent picks of the hottest bikes making their way into the hands of happy riders and ready to shred some trails.

Tony’s Black Sheep Bikes 29+

Luna Vista Frame- Travel option, Rohloff IGH, 29+ or Phat tires- Faith Fork- 15mm Thru axle- Ti Thomson Head Post, MM Riser Bar, Two Face Aspen Theme

Custom Black Sheep Titanium Luna Vista

Custom Black Sheep Titanium Luna Vista

Doug’s Stellar #1 Black Sheep Custom

“Doug bought this frame from us 13 years ago and has been riding it all over Nantucket ever since. He sent it back to have it updated for the next decade. Faith fork, Mountain mustache bars, Belt drive, Rohloff/ 29″ wheels, and a new media etch by blast master Pauly D will keep him rolling for many years to come.”

Doug's Stellar #1

Doug’s Stellar #1

Brian Vernor’s Custom Black Cat Hardtail

Always fun to see great looking bikes show up on site you’re not expecting. A prime example is this sick Black Cat hardtail on ProllyIsNotProbably.

Custom Black Cat hardtail

Custom Black Cat hardtail

Alter Cycles Hardtail

I dig the non-traditional lines of the Alter Cycles bikes.

Alter Cycles hardtail

Alter Cycles hardtail

44 Bikes Custom Rigid Singlespeed 29er

Kris’s bikes always turn out so svelte. Looks fast standing still.

44 Bikes custom rigid singlespeed 29er

44 Bikes custom rigid singlespeed 29er

Alliance Titanium Full Suspension 29er

Alliance hit this one out of the park I think. Would love to hear how it performs on the trail.

Alliance titanium full suspension 29er

Alliance titanium full suspension 29er

Rock Lobster Steel 29er hardtail

“The bike is all XT and I built the wheels with Mavic 717 rims. The fork is a Fox 100 mm. The 2×10 drive train is pretty much the stock setup on all 29ers I build.”

Rock Lobster steel 29er

Rock Lobster steel 29er

1 Response

  1. Jerry says:

    Man that 44 bikes is 21 lbs. That’s ridiculous. This is a great post, thanks for putting it together.

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