Friday, June 26, 2009

Good Fortune

I'm fortunate that some of my very best friends are amazing artisans who are passionate about the same things I am. Add Video
For example, anyone who's seen a Sabrosa knows that Jon's attention to detail is unsurpassed. But as many mass-production companies have proven, there's more to how well a bike rides than how it looks. That's what makes Jon's bikes even more impressive - every aspect of the bike from the exact (and I do mean exact) head angle to the nature and type of the dropouts is thoughtfully selected. The result is a bike that handles intuitively from the first time you ride it.
Anybody who knows Racer knows in addition to being easily the best mechanic in all of Utah County if not the state, he's also the nicest guy in the whole world.
And then there's Rooster in Provo (in previous location of Racer's Cycle Service coincidentially). A foodie's kind of spot without the foodie's entry fee. Andy and Simi are providing something out of the ordinary.


Sabrosa Cycles said...

thankyousir for the shout. I am stoked to finally have the world headquarters of sabrosa cycles under construction. I am also stoked to be dedicating some wall space for a little wall of fame - you and ke ono will be there. This here studio is going to ramp things up a notch or two.
thanks again.

Pat said...

I believe a little conversation in your office prompted this. You know, when we were talking about how lucky you are to have the Sabrosa, the Racer deal, and the culinary entourage.

You blew my mind when you told me that Andy bikes. It warmed my heart to know that there are discerning cyclists who are foodies as well (besides you and I).