history in the sport goes back to the early 1980s, building the sports first
composite frames for Olympic road and track racers. From there he was the
designer behind both Kestrel and Treks first composite frames.
In 1988, he created the iconic "Carbon Cross" and "Inverted 4" mountain
bike frames under his own name, and sponsored many professional and amateur racers throughout the 1990s. In the years
since, he's been the brains behind most of the bike industries successful carbon
For 2005, we've gone all-in, purchasing machinery and
materials to produce new molds to updating Brents beautiful,
light, and incredibly smooth cross country racing frame, with disc brakes,
modern standard components, and 29" wheels.
Watch this space for details...