Lugs and Sunshine
       
     
Paragon Dropouts
       
     
"Traditional" Seat Cluster
       
     
Lugged but Light
       
     
Internal Cable Routing
       
     
Internal Cable Routing
       
     
Bezier Stays
       
     
Wiped Headbadge
       
     
Lugs and Sunshine
       
     
Lugs and Sunshine

For me, nothing is more classic than lugs.  Using lugs with modern, lightweight tubing can produce a beautifully classic bike with an impressive ride.
 

Paragon Dropouts
       
     
Paragon Dropouts

Using long, stiff dropouts required some additional wire routing to keep it clean.

"Traditional" Seat Cluster
       
     
"Traditional" Seat Cluster

Starburst lug embellishments, curvy fish mouthed seatstays, and internal brake cable routing.

Lugged but Light
       
     
Lugged but Light

Mixing old and new is always a good idea.  Just because my bikes can have a retro look, doesn't mean you will get a hernia lifting them up or won't have an insanely responsive sprint in a crit.  I consistently incorporate throw-back details while using high performance materials. 

Internal Cable Routing
       
     
Internal Cable Routing

Whether you have cables or wires, putting them inside the tubing cleans up the look and utility of a bicycle.  Until we have wireless shifting I will keep hiding this (soon to be) dated technology inside the free storage space within the bike tubing. 

Internal Cable Routing
       
     
Internal Cable Routing

When designing bikes for a specific component group, the cable routing can be made to work seamlessly with the components.

Bezier Stays
       
     
Bezier Stays

The stays on a frame are an opportunity to give a frame a bit of flare.  This design allows the stays to step out toward the axle, adding lateral stability to the fram
 

Wiped Headbadge
       
     
Wiped Headbadge

Stainless steel headbadge adds a nice accent, revealing the metal under the paint.