The blog has been a little quiet lately as we prepare for our move but we're still working on lots of new projects and considering a few others.
The Pass Hunter prototypes have been delayed a little because of the new year holidays in Taiwan. We'll get both red and blue prototypes and post photos for your input.
We're designing a 63cm version of the Campeur frame. It's been selling well and if that continues we'll expand the sizes available.
We hope to have a new Grand Cru pedal in a few months. It's a single sided pedal designed for folks who use toe clips, or half clips. Like the Sabot pedal it will have platform designed for street shoes. It will also have over-sized, bordering on huge, bearings for long life and no-worries touring duty.
Importing a very impressive new Dajia platform pedal is also under consideration. It's an off road pedal (like the VP001) but higher quality. I'm not sure that off-road oriented platform pedals will remain popular with touring or urban cyclists as more road-specific platforms become available, but they'll remain a good option for those who tour off-pavement.
In another news:
Gypsy by Trade shares his "Second Impressions of the Campeur"
Here are a few photos of a cool Campeur build.
Don't forget that the biggest ever VO yard sale takes place this Saturday from 9 to 12.