Pedal Driven Cycles

Bicycle Frames: Made in the USA

Thinking about a custom frame

Have you been thinking about getting a custom bmx frame built?   Well I can take care of that.  Here are some pics of some the latest customs I have built.   Also check out the One man band shirts I have done with the guys over at Weevil Outdoor Supply.   Stop by www.shop.pedaldrivencycles.com and get yours

14mm custom flat drops with monostay

14mm custom flat drops with monostay 

Flatland is not dead

Flatland is not dead

Custom frame for some PA trails

Custom frame for some PA trails

3/8" drops and welded chain stay mounts

3/8″ drops and welded chain stay mounts

Tyrone Williams new whip rolling around NYC

Tyrone Williams new whip rolling around NYC

One Man Band / Weevil Outdoor Supply collaboration shirt

One Man Band / Weevil Outdoor Supply collaboration shirt

Are you Driven?

So I have been a huge slacker on getting this page built on my site called Driven.   It will be a quarterly page were I showcase someone who is driven in life and out supporting PDC.  The first one up to bat is Mr. Shawn Arata.  Head over to the Driven page and see what Shawn is up to.

He is one amazing guy and I am very proud to call him a friend.

Smith Stall

Smith Stall

While you are surfing around on the site don’t forget to stop by the web store and pick up yourself the new One Man Band shirt. This shirt is a collaboration piece with the awesome guys over at www.weeviloutdoor.com so stop by there site too.

www.weeviloutdoor.com

www.weeviloutdoor.com

One Man Band

One Man Band

The Single Speed WolfPack-S

The WolfPack-S Single Speed frame by Pedal Driven Cycles: it’s coming howling out of Athens GA, made right here in the USA!  This beauty and five more will be hitting the streets.

If you want to prebook one and run with the pack, drop us an email at pedaldrivencycles@gmail.com

Wrap around seat stays, brazed-in integrated head cups, easily fits 700 x 28c wheelset, plus an integrated beverage access assistance system.

 

 

                   Frame Specs                           WolfPack                                    MSRP-$600.00

Size
(center to center)
Top Tube Length Head Tube Angle Seat Tube Angle Chain Stay Length Bottom Bracket Drop Seat Tube Length Center to Top Head TubeLength
 
54cm 539 mm 73.5 73.5 397mm 50.8mm 530.25mm 132.50 mm
56cm 55.6 mm 73.5 73.5 397mm 50.8mm 555.625mm 140.00mm

 

Head Tube 1-1/8″ Integrated (Campignola Spec)
45°x45° ACB (angular contact bearing) 41.8mm OD
Bottom Bracket Width 68mm
Seat Post Diameter 27.2mm Uses a 30.0 mm seat clamp
Rear Dropout Spacing 120mm
Material Seamless 4130

 

 

Size
(center to center)
Top Tube
Down Tube SeatTube  Chain Stay Seat Stay  HeadTube Drops
 
54cm 28.5 mm or 1 1/8” x .035 31.8 mm or 1 ¼” x .035 28.5 mm or 1 1/8” Bulge Oval 18/30mm Taper to .6 mm 15.8 mm or .625” x .035 34.9 mm or 1 ½” x .065 with brazed integrated cups 3/8” axle with bottle opener on left drops
56cm 28.5 mm or 1 1/8” x .035 31.8 mm or 1 ¼” x .035 28.5 mm or 1 1/8” Bulge Oval 18/30mm Taper to .6 mm 15.8 mm or .625” x .035 34.9 mm or 1 ½” x .065 with brazed integrated cups 3/8” axle with bottle opener on left drops

 

Shared Perspective by Bryan Tarbell

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Jake Reid two pegs

Now that fall is looming over our heads, there’s a gallery up on Least Most showing summertime perspectives of life on a twenty inch bicycle. Take a look and reflect on warmer, sunnier times.

Pedal Driven’s Boston summer.

It is such a bummer to think summer is almost over up here in New England. Despite our impending winter it was a fruitful summer. Below are some photos from our bmx adventures over the summer.

img289wJake Reid and Trevor Ashworth midline.

img384pdMyself (Bryan Tarbell) in Stamford, CT. Photo:Greg Bloss

img325pdJake and Trevor giving Dan Reid the right of way.

img295wJake Reid from my Least Most gallery.

img288wTrevor Ashworth, basketball court g-turn.

img386wGreg Bloss, bowl carve in Stamford, CT.

Big thanks to Dave and Pedal Driven for making high quality bikes that keep us focused on the adventure. It is nice to trust your bike.

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