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squirtdad 10-06-21 10:17 AM

wheelbuilders in the southbay?
 
Anyone have any favorite wheelbuilders in the southbay, my previous go to guy is not available, and wheel building is something that I can and have done, but not enough to be good. this will be higher end build and don't want to practice on it

mprince 10-06-21 10:26 AM

If I was in that area, I'd look up Gravy Wheels - last I saw Steve was up in Novato, but not sure if he is still building. If he is, you won't find a better wheelbuilder.

squirtdad 10-06-21 11:38 AM


Originally Posted by mprince (Post 22259543)
If I was in that area, I'd look up Gravy Wheels - last I saw Steve was up in Novato, but not sure if he is still building. If he is, you won't find a better wheelbuilder.

thanks just looked at his site....looks really promising

curbtender 10-08-21 10:38 AM

San Leandro, but well respected...
Bike Shop Sales Repair Service San Leandro Bay Area - Robinson Wheel Works

lnarachi 10-22-21 10:35 AM

Harry at Spokesman Bicycles in Santa Cruz.
He has built 2 or 3 wheels for me and they have remained strong and true for years of heavy riding.

KJ43 10-25-21 06:56 AM

Tom at Velotech in Palo Alto is an amazing wheelbuilder. If I was going to get a set built by someone in the area I would be going to him.

alancommike 10-31-21 11:42 PM

I haven’t been there in a while, but don’t forget about George at Slough’s in San Jose.


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