2015 North American Handmade Bicycle Show
We enjoyed sharing our newest products and touching base with the attendees and exhibitors at NAHBS 2015. We were thrilled to see our parts on many of the frames, and were awed by the talent and ingenuity of the builders. Their product feedback and insight into industry trends allows us to improve our products and stay current. We always leave this show inspired, ready to to get back to work, and with great appreciation for our customers.
Thank you for your continued support.
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Our 5” yoke for fat bikes is now available for sale, MS0062. Made from a 7 pound piece of 1/2” thick 6/4 titanium plate, it will clear a 5” tire, has a chainstay end rounded to fit 7/8" x .035" wall stays, an oval bottom bracket end measuring 1/2" x 1", and ends long enough to cut back or miter for proper fit on a 120 mm wide bottom bracket shell, such as our BB0034. It is CNC machined and supplied in two halves that must be welded together by the builder.
DT Swiss Syntace Skewers for Fat Bikes
We now offer the DT Swiss X-12 RWS Syntace skewer in 148, 157, 177 and 197 mm lengths for fat bike applications. The original shaft has been replaced with a black anodized 6061 aluminum shaft manufactured by Paragon Machine Works, while the quick release mechanism is the original DT Swiss product. It is compatible with all our dropouts for the Syntace X-12 System.
Maxle Compatible Nuts for 15 mm Front Dropouts
185 mm Titanium Headtube
We’ve added a 185 mm length to our selection of 3/2.5 titanium headtubes, HT0019.
Steel Seat Collar
Our newest 4130 steel seat collar, MS2021, is 1.375" OD x 3-1/2" long, bored accurately to 30.9 mm. It has a 1/2" long step to fit a 1-3/8" x 0.035" seat tube.
Bottom Bracket Shells for Fat Bikes
Paragon Machine Works donates 100% of all revenues from the sale of our bottle openers and promotional items to non-profit organizations that promote bicycle safety, awareness, and community. In February we raised over $700 for the educational fund that was established for the two young children of Tom Palermo through youcaring.com. Tom was hit and killed by a car while riding his bike on December 27th, 2014. He was a husband, father, frame builder and wonderful person whose life ended too soon. Our heartfelt thanks go out to those of you who joined us in supporting this important cause. Our thoughts and best wishes will continue to be with Tom’s family and friends as they struggle to understand and heal from this devastating event.
“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike.”
John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States
In March we will be donating our proceeds to the Marin Museum of Bicycling. The Marin Museum of Bicycling is a bicycle history museum and cultural center being created in Fairfax, California. The museum will also be the new home of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, which has been located in Crested Butte, Colorado since 1988. Their mission is to educate the public and expand its appreciation of bicycling through displays and programs on bicycle history and culture, while promoting bicycling as a way of life for fun, fitness, sustainability, and sport.
Aside from purchasing some Paragon goods, Museum and Hall of Fame memberships are available now and are a great way to support their efforts. Members receive discounted access to exhibits and events, and many other benefits. You can also show your support through donations, volunteering your time and talents, corporate sponsorship, and by participating in the Mt. Tamalpais Legacy Wall campaign.
More information can be found on their Get Involved page.
We appreciate your support!
Total amount donated to date: $5823
• Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition • National Interscholastic Cycling Association • Friends of China Camp • SF Urban Riders (McLaren Bike Park) • Bike East Bay • Friends of Tamarancho • In Memory of Tom Polermo
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