Welcome to Igleheart Custom Cycles!
Frames, forks and stems are made in house. Complete bicycles are offered with build kits or a la carte and hand built wheels available to complete any project.
Honored to be featured in the first volume of Movers and Makers brought to you by Swobo and Bicycle Times. Enjoy!
The iHeart Igle Fundraiser was an amazing & truly humbling experience for me. I want to thank all my friends and supporters from the bottom of this Igle heart – the huge number of donations in all forms, the notes on the giving page, the texts and calls have been overwhelming. I’m making steady progress – too slow for my taste – but I hope to be back in the shop on a limited basis the week of December 2. If you have orders pending, thank you for your patience. Cheers to all.
Recently Christopher was hit by a motor vehicle while riding his bicycle home. His leg was broken and he spent two nights in the hospital. No insurance and a pure humanist spirit have left Chris footing the bill on his own. If you’re interested, donations are being accepted online at iHeartIgle.org
Additionally, a fundraiser event is being held in Portland at the Rapha US offices for Chris on November 22 at 6pm. A number of prizes will be raffled off at the event itself. However, if you are unable to attend you’re still in luck. A limited number of raffle tickets for the following grand prizes are available online:
- Breadwinner Cycles Continental ‘built-to-fit’ frame and fork, painted by Colorworks - MSRP $2095
- Swobo Folsom bike and apparel kit – MSRP $1002
- Velocity Wheels Major Tom Comp wheel set – MSRP $650
Only 150 tickets available online at $25 a piece. Each ticket is a chance to win one of three prizes to be chosen at random on Friday, November 22, 2013 at 8:30 pm at the I Heart IGLE event (Online tickets will be entered into the raffle with tickets purchased at the event itself). The online store will close on Thursday, November, 21 at 5 p.m. (MST). No limits on ticket purchases.
Thank you and good luck!
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Off to the Cyclepedia show at Portland Art Museum – 08.16.2013
Gnarwhal’s Igleheart Singlespeed Cross Shred Machine