Kumo Cycles, Handmade Steel Bicycles and Frames

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Kumo Cycles are custom and handmade in a rural town called Braidwood of Australia, its lugged and fillet brazed frames are its specialty. This specific bike is made with a double over-sized frame with a Columbus MAX fork to fit its maker Keith Marshall’s 6’4” body, featuring a relaxed geometry compared to a standard track frame which is better suited for the purpose of cruising around Canberra, the capital of Australia. The head badge is the Kumo Cycles logo, representing “Kumo”which means cloud in Japanese. Keith created this unique paint scheme with an airbrush, paying tribute to the flamboyant paint jobs of Fat Chance and Landshark bikes.

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