Instructor: Megan Dean
Dates: October 18th-29th ( 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. )
Weekend will not be apart of the workshop
This course is designed to walk someone without metal working experience through the process of fitting and brazing a bicycle frame together with an emphasis on hand tools. We will start at design and work our way through to a completed frame ready for paint. You will have the option to build a Track, Road, Gravel, Cyclocross, or a Mountain bike frame (you will want parts and tires in person for this option) and decide prior to the start of class. Lugged or fillet brazed construction is an option and will be design dependent. This course will be a great start to picking up a torch and learning the basics of what it takes to build your own frame with something to ride when you’re done!
This workshop will be open for enrollment through an interest form. The interest form opens on November 6th and will close April 1st, 2021. All interest forms will be reviewed by CMA staff and Megan Dean. You will be notified on April 15th for enrollment. If you have any questions regarding the interest form, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Megan started building bike frames in 2009 after attending classes at the Yamaguchi school in Colorado. As a messenger and track racer in LA, her builds started there and have expanded as her riding styles have diversified as she slowly retreated to a small mountain town in Colorado. Currently, she is building solo in a small shop in CO, teaching mountain biking and trying to share the stoke of all things bike with anyone who will listen.