Strong Frames Custom Bicycles

Viewing Category: Owner’s Gallery

Jim H – Titanium Road (photos by Andy White):

Simply put, it’s a beauty — elegant in an understated way that shows off the craftsmanship in its creation. More importantly, it fits me well — better than any bike I’ve owned/ridden — and is fun to ride. I’ve ridden it a half-dozen times and now that it’s dialed, I’m no longer “testing,” I’m just riding; […]

Frank C – Custom Blend Steel Road:

Hey Carl!  Good morning!A couple photos for the owners gallery.  I’m quickly realizing that Loretta and John Watson make taking bike photos look easy.  It’s not.I’ve logged just under 500 miles on the new frame and I’ve got nothing but good things to say.  I had four “must-haves” when I started this project.  A stiff […]

Nicholas J – Titanium Monster Cross – And Quiver:

Nicholas bought the orange and green bike in the early 2000’s, my guess around 2000 even. It was well before it’s time. We started making drop-bar disc “gravel bikes” the minute disc brakes were available for drop-bars. Avid was first with the BB7 mechanical disc brake for drop-bar levers.

Mark B – Titanium Gravel Bike:

David H – Titanium Road Bike:

Ever since I can remember, when I got into cycling, I knew I wanted a titanium road frame. Not just a stock frame, but a custom one. My list of builders was very short, and Carl Strong was among them. I’m glad I decided to go with Carl. Working with Carl was fun and an […]

Kevin B – Titanium Disc Road:

Hi Carl & Loretta, I received my new frame last Monday and all I can say is… …WOW! I built it up and only have one “shakedown” ride on it, but boy does it deliver! You gave me precisely what I asked for and needed. The bike offers an incredibly solid platform on which to […]

Wes W – Titanium Disc Road Bike:

Jim W – Titanium Gravel with SRAM AXS:

Joe A – Titanium Gravel Bike:

Matched paint to drum kit.

Erik B – Titanium All-Road/Cyclcross:

Hi Carl, Riding season is here, and I saw/listened to your interview on Bikerumor’s podcast, which prompted my memory that I didn’t say thank you.  I wanted to ride it a bunch ahead of commenting so it wasn’t a hollow thanks. I have a few thousand K on the bike now.  It’s fantastic.  Further, it […]