MASH Steel Framesets 2021

Today we are offering batch three of our steel frames. Enclosed are some details, size chart, and links. Check in!

EDIT: This batch sold by 9-14-2020. Next version of these frames will be 5-2021 most likely.
For this batch we made a few updates to a bike we love. Adding a larger 62TT size, Creating our own spec for steel, Electrophoretic Deposition coating to protect dropouts from rusting, and a new head badge for 2021.
Fork ends with new E.D. coating
The green model was inspired by the iconic Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in Bullitt. It has the decaled head badge showing it was the 4th frame designed, but the 7th to be produced.
This is the second batch to use our custom fork crown
Frames and forks have removable brake studs, and replacement bolts
Our geo has always been inspired by classic track frames. Higher bottom bracket, square top tube/seat tube, steep seat and steer tubes. This is what a city bikes feels like to us. Quick, and responsive, while still fun in the dirt.
Shown with 43 Panaracer Gravel SK tires front and rear
Framesets include our 30.0 replaceable collar
We will have a few sets of these custom MASH Phil wheelsets soon.
Heat Treated, double butted, 4130 Steel spec’d for street and dirt
The silver smoke has rainbow flake in it, and really responds in sunlight.

DFL Candlestick Park 2019

The DFL (Dead Fucking Last) bandit CX races are what I love about being in San Francisco. I don’t know anywhere else that has an annual cross dressing cross race series that has lasted for 25 years. It’s all because every year a bunch of (mostly) dads rally together, plot a course, put some flour in the dirt, put on a dress, and casually race in a field that may or may not be filled with broken glass and loose wire. This race in particular was special because it was my first time back on a bike since getting returning from Japan for Tracklocross Worlds. I usually ride my CX bike to these races, but was so used to riding my work frame to everything that I decided to bring that out instead. As expected, it was loads of fun – lots of tight, windy, fast turns that are perfect for being fixed. Ultimately, it’s always  a great time because DFL is essentially a lighthearted, very semi-serious environment that is welcoming to all ages of folks who want to enjoy what I think is the best part about cyclocross: the community and shredding in some dirt.
-Meesh