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Bozo Cycles of Seattle, Washington

Old 06-06-21, 09:19 PM
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Bozo Cycles of Seattle, Washington

Has anyone here heard of Bozo Cycles? Seattle wheel builder Larry Naylor built frames in the late 90s and I have one.

Itís filet brazed, with Ritchey dropouts, from Tange Prestige OS tubing with a stem made to match.

I designed the head tube decal artwork myself!
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Originally Posted by Jacob_R_59 View Post
Has anyone here heard of Bozo Cycles? Seattle wheel builder Larry Naylor built frames in the late 90s and I have one.

Itís filet brazed, with Ritchey dropouts, from Tange Prestige OS tubing with a stem made to match.

I designed the head tube decal artwork myself!

Yes, I met him a couple times when I lived there. Don't know much about his frames, only that he built a few...

Best regards,
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Bozo Cycles

Hi Kirk,

I donít how many frames Larry Naylor built. I should ask him. Heís still in the business, albeit as a wheel builder. Heís truing a pair of tubular wheels for me as we speak!

Thanks!

Jacob
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Interesting, I hadn't ever heard of him. I think if you upload pictures to your gallery, they can be moved into this thread.
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He can post pictures now
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