It looks like John Corts has got his new brand brand, Work Frames, up and running! After FBM shut down, John decided to give it a go and start producing his own frames. It looks like they’re ready to roll and some of the crew have been putting them to work! Here’s their first team video from a trip to State College where they rode the local park and and handful of street spots! We’re sure if John was behind these frames, they’re solid as hell! Check it out!
“We took a trip to State College, PA to meet up with AV from Grindworks BMX and Work team rider Brad Gibbs. The day was pretty darn productive so we decided a day edit was in order. Brad is rider the “Easy Street” Frame, Tom is on the “Squirrel Catcher”, and John is on the “Tempest”
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John sat down with the Grindworks dude to discuss Work Frames earlier this year…
“With the news of FBM closing their machine shop (Link 1), a lot of questions have been circulating as to what happens next. For John Corts (Link 2), its an opportunity to start fresh while continuing to do what he’s passionate about: build high-quality bike frames. Here’s some insight into what you can expect to see in the future as John get’s things rolling with his new frame company, Work (Link 3). And, check out his website here (Link 4)!
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