Crit Queen: Erin's custom 2015 Assassin

Erin asked us to build her a custom, racing beast after finishing an extremely successful Houston criterium season aboard a demo Aussie Cycle Works Assassin.  She now is a proud owner of our 2015 Assassin with the following components: an ENVE 2.0 tapered road fork, Hawk-Racing Aero 2.0 wheels, SRAM Red22 group set, Cane Creek 110 Headset, Hawk-Racing FSS GXP bottom bracket and ENVE handlebars and seat post. Our Assassin 7.5 RED package retails $6200.

Custom hard-tail for 2015 Xterra Worlds

We built this custom, 2015 Hammerhead for Mike Robertson; a friend and accomplished endurance racer as he makes the trek to Hawaii for this year's Xterra World Championships. The feedback we've received on this titanium work horse has already been exceptionally positive; we can't wait to see what Mike will do with it come race day!


Mistress of Mud: Colie's custom CX beast

We built this custom bike with a lot of love and some groovy new tech courtesy of TRP Brakes (check out their brand new CX fork), their HyRd hydraulic brakes, custom built Aileron rims from Velocity and Industry Nine Torch hubs-- all powered by SRAM's awesome new CX-1 groupo. You'll see this bike debut in the 2015 Texas cross season...

All images courtesy of Colie Landers & Timmy McAfoos

The Classic Road : Assassin 7.1

ACW's Pro Series Assassin 7.1 Road Bike. SRAM Red Components, ENVE Carbon fork, bars & seatpost and finished off with Hawk-Racing's carbon 60mm wheels.  This sleek, silver beast accelerates and handles like a Ferrari.

Evan's 58cm Assassin Road bike

This is Evan's total custom road bike build. It's the Assassin 7.2 model, with SRAM Red components and Oval cranks. An Easton Carbon stem and Hawk-Racing Talon 1 Aeron Aluminum wheels. This baby is a rocket.

The Sledge Scalpel

We built this bike as a demo for Racing Post reviewer, Richard McLamore. He loved the bike so much, he decided to buy it. "You're looking at the best frame I've ridden in 30 years..." Read the rest of the article here.

USCG Issue Titanium goodness

Alot of love and effort went into this bike for USCG Commander Chris Hulser. Adorned with custom graphics, custom geometry and a wicked set of wheels; Chris competes at the Ironman 70.3 distance with this beastly bike. Thanks to this custom work of art, he can almost keep up with his daughter, a fierce up and coming triathlete.

Disc-brake road beast

A prototype disc-brake road bike with integrated seat post and a Titanium fork.