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A tour of Folk Engineered frame builders in Newark, NJ, Sunday, June 12, 2011 (C&V)

Old 06-09-11, 03:53 PM
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A tour of Folk Engineered frame builders in Newark, NJ, Sunday, June 12, 2011 (C&V)

THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2011

Join SOMBike For A Visit to the only Handmade Bicycle Manufacturer in Essex County
If you've dreamed of owning a custom fitted bike, are curious about what it takes to build a bike, or start an artisanal business, join us for an up close and personal visit with Folk Engineered Custom Handmade Bicycles in Newark. We'll meet with the owners, ask questions, discuss, view, gawk.

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Date: Sunday, June 12th
Time: 2 PM
Meet-up on Bikes: The Baird Center Parking Lot, 5 Mead St. South Orange. Ten miles round trip.
Meet-up at Folk Engineered: (In case of rain or if you don't want to bike) 3 PM
Address: 9-11 Crawford St, Newark, NJ
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I'm going to be coming back from a family event in PA, but if I can time it right, count me in!
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I hope to meet you there.
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Tom, I'm love to do it. Gotta check the map but I'll either meet up with you on Mead street or see you at 3pm at Folk Engineered. So cool, glad you set it up for the afternoon so the rest of the House of Isreal could attend
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Heh. It wasn't my decision. I think it was based on Marie and Ryan's availability. I hope you can make it, because they're quite a couple of people, with beautful energy and some innovative ideas about cycling, not just bikes. They are also activists as I am. Marie teaches boat building in the Newark public schools!
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Oh no, my other passion, wooden boat building. I'm still in recovery, haven't bought a plan in over two years but I keep lines for a cedar strip canoe in my desk....just in case. It's not going to be safe, an activitist-boat builder and a priest with passion for wooden boats in the same room.....I feel a new "ministry" coming on!

I'm riding to #5 Mead Street, I'll leave Rahway 12:30ish, should be there in plenty of time. I'm so looking foward to seeing you again and meeting the folks at Folk E. So cool Tom, so cool!
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I think I owe you a hug, tall man. Or something like that.
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Well, if there's going to be a wooden boat problem, I'll keep my distance.
I never did post my pictures from the last FE Bikes open house. Really an inspiring place and a nice crowd, too.
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Wood? Everyone knows the best boats are built with carbon fiber.....
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[QUOTE][Wood? Everyone knows the best boats are built with carbon fiber...../QUOTE]

That's not funny, somebody could get hurt! Everyones knows that carbon fiber boats will instantaneously crumble and sink to the bottom of the sea 1,285 days after they're launched.
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They're in their new space, four blocks from where they were. I haven't seen it. The previous place was hard to beat. It was a converted factory building, except that it wasn't really converted. And people live there, so it was a combination residence/workshop.
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I was in Bilenkys shop today. If they can beat that i'm in.
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What do you want, a guaranty that they're cooler than Bilenky?

Listen, Newark once shared with New York being the center of bicycle racing in this country. Lots of steel manufacturing happened here. In fact, some process for steel, which I can't remember, was invented in Newark. Now, there's not one single bike shop in Newark, and Marie and Ryan hope to see that change one day. Theirs isn't really a bike shop, so it doesn't count.

They're young and energetic and ambitious. And they're lovely people. I hope to get the word out to people who might want a new steel frame, especially if they're in Noo Joizy, that they should consider Folk Engineered. Their prices are very competitive for hand-built frames. They even have a complete bike for something like $2,200.
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Originally Posted by noglider
What do you want, a guaranty that they're cooler than Bilenky?
sure, that would work. Just something in writing, that's all.
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Newark is cooler then Bilenky, there! Now take Septa to Trenton, grab the NJT to Rahway, I'll meet you at the bottom of the platform at 12:30. We can ride over together. Or you can drive up and park at my place and well do the same. I'm off exit 135 on the Garden State.
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Originally Posted by Velognome

That's not funny, somebody could get hurt! Everyones knows that carbon fiber boats will instantaneously crumble and sink to the bottom of the sea 1,285 days after they're launched.
Nonsense. Not only will your carbon fiber boat last forever, but you can climb waves faster and with more ease than any other boat.
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Originally Posted by Velognome
Newark is cooler then Bilenky, there! Now take Septa to Trenton, grab the NJT to Rahway, I'll meet you at the bottom of the platform at 12:30. We can ride over together. Or you can drive up and park at my place and well do the same. I'm off exit 135 on the Garden State.
thanks for the offer, but i'm not so sure i'm going to make it as much as i'd like to. It's a pipe dream....ahhhh, kids.
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^^ Oh, you've heard about my kids. As long as you don't make any sudden moves you should be fine

Seriously, the offer is open to anyone who wants to drive up and bike over. I've got a large parking lot in a safe neighborhood or we can meet at the station, It's 14 mostly flat miles to the meeting point. PM if you need an address
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Tom, My oldest son and his friend want to ride along.
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Lovely!

The weather isn't looking good. But then again, it wasn't looking good for today, and we went on a strenuous 8-mile hike in Harriman State Park and didn't get rained on at all. Boy, are we sore!
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Hi Tom,
Where did you go in Harriman? My wife & I were there in the early morning, walking in Pine Swamp.
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I don't know exactly. I didn't look at the trail map. We took an AMC guided tour called the Mountain Laurel tour. I volunteered to be the sweep person and didn't get to talk to our guide. We were in the forest 99% of the time, and there were many areas of blooming mountain laurels for as far as the eye could see. At other points, we were surrounded by blueberry bushes as far as the eye could see. It was an eight mile (supposedly) loop, counterclockwise.

We entered and exited the park here.
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I teach High School in a town much like Newark, and believe that this nation's success in the future is tied to the revitalization of our old industrial centers. I'd love to be near enough/ not busy enough to be at the tour today!
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I'm really sorry I missed this. Both the tour, and a chance to meet up with a few of you. Unfortunately, we got on the road late today coming back from SE PA.

Tom, and all other NJ'ers - I hope you continue to post events. The odds have to tip in my favor one day.
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I had a great time traveling down through Newark to visit Folk E woth South Orange/Maplewood bike coalition. I brought my 62 Raliegh Sport and was right at home as Tom was rolling on his 60 something Rudge and there was another Sport too plus a nice collection of road and hybrids. It was a leasurely Sunday Ride Downtown

When we arrived we were given an opportunity to see their work. They are specializing in building a production Sport Tourer


The made in Newark New Jersey Seat tube badge is sweet. Newark was hot during the 6Day era

As nice as the Sport Tourer was, the city bike with its, IGH and drum brakes got most of the attention

During the visit we were given a dem of how the measure a client, discuss needs and create a build plan

A demo of the milling machine and silver brazing ended the tour. The factory space is nice, open with nice wood truss ceiling, brick walls with lots of windows. In the background you can see our 15 plus bicycles parked nexted to a dumpters parked in doors, It's a big space!

Noglider, I'm now convinced is the "Bicycle repair man" On the ride home, one of the three speeds became disabled, the lock ring came off and the sprocket was hanging. Noglider dismounts removes the wheel, seats the sprocket and ring, puts the wheel back on and adjusts the gear cable. All this while I had only a few moments to open my water bottle for a drink! Amazing!

Needless to say....A good time was had by all!
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