Custom Bicycle, Component and Accessory Painting in Portland, Oregon Studio112Portland@gmail.com

Hands covered by gloves.  Gloves covered by paint. Bicycles covered by paint.  

Plain and simple - Ira Ryan makes quality bicycles.  The aesthetics are on point, the construction quality is top notch and the intention of each project is well executed.  

Ira’s site is definitely worth checking out - http://www.iraryancycles.com/

Expect to see more from this prolific Portland base frame builder and Studio 112 in the near future…

Detail pics from Tonic Fabrications most excellent “Supernaut”

http://www.tonicfab.com/

Kesho #15!

A super classy road bike in stunning metallic blue and high silver.  For only 15 bikes(!), John’s work looks great and is only getting better… http://keshobicycles.com/Bikes.html

some detail shots of the Harley fenders/tank I recently painted…

Harder, better, faster, stronger - Our work  is never over

The metallic orange details you see are close ups of the windmill blades that are found on the head badge…

When the bike is built up, the orange will peek over the top of the chain rings and extend just beyond the cranks/pedals.  I’ll also be painting his DS crank with the fourth windmill blade…  sick!

All the graphics were designed, applied and painted by Studio 112. 

Kesho Bikes race 29er - made right here in SW Portland, OR… There are good odds that this will be the fastest steel bike in the State of Oregon…  The frame is going to be raced rigid at this years Mud Slinger mtb race. 

I really like the overall aesthetic of this bike… Bent DT and short CS’s to allow for shorter wheel base, Laminated ST cluster with extended ST clamp brace and a well proportioned tube set….

Have a look at his other work… expect to see more from Kesho + Studio 112 in the future…

http://keshobicycles.com/Bikes.html

My pictures of the Red Di-2 bike from Signal Cycles…