Posts Tagged ‘kinfolk’

Kinfolk Killer.

April 15, 2011

Spotted on my flickr stream this morning and I couldn’t resist having a further look. All I can say is: Clean!


Kinfolk goodness.

July 21, 2010

Love this shot, bet that frame looks absolutely delish! Props out to Kyle, fantastic job done there sir.

Seen here and here.

Kinfolk Hotness.

January 22, 2010

Kinfolk x Carnival.

August 21, 2009


As an emerging bike-brand, Kinfolk looked to one of Japan’s most respected and established Keirin bike builders in Kusaka to produce and manufacture the brand’s frames. With few possessing the necessary knowledge, patience and understanding required to build a bike of this quality, Kinfolk’s offerings are undoubtedly something that won’t easily escape your mind. Teaming up with another respected entity in bike shop Carnival Tokyo, together the two release a co-branded fixed gear bike featuring a Kinfolk frame and Carnival Tokyo components.

Via Hypebeast.
Kinfolk Bicycles.

Kinfolk Hotness.

July 22, 2009


Seen at Macaframa.
Photograph courtesy of the Kinfolk Flickr.

Framebuilding Friday.

June 26, 2009

Take a peak inside the Kansai based workshop of Kusaka San: Master framebuilder of Kinfolk and Vivalo.


Absolutely stunning photographs with more on the Flickr.
Via ways and Means.

Kinfolk Goodness.

April 21, 2009


Kinfolk got a new website and what seems to be a batch of new frames.

“After a lot of work, a few flights to Japan and back, many ginger mint mojitos, weeks of jetlag, 43 freshness burgers, and 8 inches of beard, we’re happy to officially launch the Kinfolk Bicycle co. We are deeply honored and very grateful to work with Kusaka ( Vivalo ) in bringing these frames to the world. For someone of his caliber to trust us with his handiwork is an honor.”

“Containing decades of frame building experience, and made to the exacting specifications of Keirin track racing, these bikes are functional and built to last. In addition, we wanted these bikes to be beautiful as well. From the brass headbadges designed by Marco Hernandez, paint by Coat and Colorworks, to the graphics by Way&Means, no expense was spared in making them look as good as possible.”

Good on you Kinfolk… Your frames are looking super mighty and I am feeling them. I’ll take two please!

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