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I came up and talked to you and Sean on Sunday. Hope your trip back to Scotland goes well.
You have a beautiful bike there, and I enjoyed the conversation!
It's a shame that Sean didn't win best Ti, but I guess that's how it goes.

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sslos said:
I came up and talked to you and Sean on Sunday. Hope your trip back to Scotland goes well.
You have a beautiful bike there, and I enjoyed the conversation!
It's a shame that Sean didn't win best Ti, but I guess that's how it goes.

Los
Sean is Vertigo Cycles (smudge here) and lives in Portland OR.

dRjOn has one of Sean's frames and lives in Scotland
 

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Shig,
Yup. I didn't put that question out very clearly.
As am excuse, though, I just broke my clavicle yesterday!
Had a really good conversation with Sean and Jon. If I could afford one (they are really reasonable, though...) I'd get on Sean's list immediately, if not sooner.

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As soon as I hit the powerball I'm ordering the same exact frame.
Yeah, I'm with ya. I can't believe Sean has been allowed to live in such relative obscurity for so long, at least outside of Portlandia.
His frames are so reasonable, especially compared to some other builders, but the add-ons I'd want (internal hydro lines, Paragon Rockers) would put it outta my reach.

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I live in Portland and met with Sean last summer, super nice and down to earth guy that builds some very nice Ti bikes. I kind of got the impression that he likes to keep the business low key.

If it wasn't for a house purchase, I would be riding one of his bikes now. Maybe down the road.
 
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