A custom , Made-In-U.S.A. by Curt Goodrich , Joe Bell paint-job , Quickbeam .

Mark at Rivendell told me that they only did three that way . Yes, I will have to send you a full photo submission . Just give me a little more time . The paint was especially fun . I'd already had e-mail conversations with Mr. Joe Bell . So I contacted JB directly and asked if he could do something in really dark blue , like an old antique Noxema jar, or an old Bromoselzer jar. Real Antique Glass Cobalt Blue. They don't make glass like that anymore . And there's a good reason . Cobalt , especially when you heat it up to glass-making temps , is not entirely safe . . .

Anyway I was so happy , and so surprised , when JB got really excited , and told me he knew EXACTLY what I was talking about . He said , "trust me" . I did . The paint is awesome . I'll include a couple of teaser photos and I promise to seriously submit real photos sometime in the near future .



Rivendell Quickbeam - shadow side view
Rivendell Quickbeam - rack, tires, bars & saddle
Rivendell Quickbeam - downtube decal
Rivendell Quickbeam - headlug & fork detail




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