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Bridge Bike Works adds ultralight Cerakote paint options, first bikes ship this summer

Bridge Bike Works adds ultralight Cerakote paint options, first bikes ship this summer

Bridge Bike Works has officially opened for business, launching with their Toronto-made Surveyor all-road bike . They’re taking orders now for delivery in 3-4 months,…

Wednesday, Jun 08

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Bridge Bike Works has officially opened for business, launching with their Toronto-made Surveyor all-road bike . They’re taking orders now for delivery in 3-4 months, getting you on your new Bridge Surveyor all-road bike by late summer/early fall if you act fast.

The brand was started by long-time shop owner and importer Mike Yakubowicz and carbon tech entrepreneur Frank Gairdner, who we interviewed about this project for our podcast .

Key hires developing their carbon fiber design, layup and molding processes are Richard Matthews (Cervelo, Lotus, LeMond), Thanos Drivas (Cervelo), and Brandon Neto (Carbon Fiber Automotive Chassis experience for brands like Aston Martin). Meaning, they might be a startup, but they have brought in a hugely talented team with deep experience.

This not only gives them full production capabilities in house in Toronto, it also improves their eco footprint. They’re minimizing carbon scraps, and they recycle all of the aluminum used to make their own molds. And that Cerakote helps, too…more on that below.

Features like a T47/86 BB, SRAM’s UDH derailleur hanger standard, and universally compatible internal routing for electronic or mechanical groups. Importantly, it’s also compatible with any cockpit, so you can run a fully internally routed cockpit with wires, hoses and cables running through the stem and directly into the steerer tube.

Or stick with a traditional bar and stem and run those things through the top cap of the FSA SCR headset. Either way, you end up with virtually no strings visible.

Complete bikes are configurable on their websites with cockpit […]

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