Originally Posted by Walkercycles
its happend to me on 3 different occasions.
And if you need help in designing a track frame, I am here for ya...
At Kogswell I've tried to get others involved in the process. And it has proven to be a very good way to design. I'm not the smartest guy, but I'm smart enough to listen and pick up ideas from others. That thread had already given me some substantial bits of insight and I'd hoped that it would go further.
I'm sure we'll get back 'on track' here soon.
If not, I'll find a forum where we can collaborate.
And I'm sure everyone would be grateful any help that you have to offer.
We've recently worked with Jan Heine who publishes Vintage Bicycle Quarterly. He helped us design a replica of a 1950s French porteur bike that will also see duty as a randonneuring bike as well.
Working with domain experts like you just makes sense.