Christian Bloom have been working hard on the new logo- and headbadge design, and we’re almost there. I’d say we’re at 99%. And I’m totally stoked on the design. Can’t wait to put this on my bikes. The plan is to have the headbadge die-cast with enamel for that “classy” look we all like. Stay […]
My logo-guy (www.bloom.no) sent the latest revision on my logo today. I’m really happy with it, and I have a strong feeling that we’re closing in on the final version now. Things have been pretty hectic around the house so I’m a tad behind schedule with the frames that should be done before summer. Ã˜yvinds […]
Earlier this month I headed over to Niles, Michigan to visit master framebuilder Doug Fattic for ten days of one-to-one tuition (and correction?) of my techniques. The stay was awesome and I learnt a lot, gained more confident in the stuff I’ve allready done and picked up quite a few tricks of the trade. Here’s […]
Yeppers. Feel free to browse the photos in the Johnsen Frameworks gallery on flickr.com. There will be a photo-gallery on these pages as well, but it might take a few weeks before it’s fully operational. In the meantime I share my personal photos with you. Here’s my current ride: And a couple of snapshots of […]
I stumbled over a really cool company that makes bicycle clothing today. And they make’m by hand! Have a look at www.rainypeak.com. It’s inspiring to find companies that actually do stuff. That makes stuff. More people should do that. Make stuff.
Here’s the fillet brazed headtube junctions on the last two mountain bike frames. Filed, sanded and almost ready to go to the painter.
After thinkering with the website for a while I’ve decided to go live with a Alfa (or perhaps I’m over in Beta-stage by now?) version. A few things will change during the next few weeks/months. Most importantly the pages will have an image gallery soon. During the first two months of 2007 a lot of […]