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COMPETITION WIN A £1200 FRAME BUILDING CLASS

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COMPETITION WIN A £1200 FRAME BUILDING CLASS

We are running a free to enter competition throughout April and May, for someone to win one of our 1 week frame building classes, worth £1200.00!! If you are lucky enough to win then you can come along and build your own frame at Reilly Cycleworks under the expert tuition of Adrian Parry and Mark Reilly. All you need to do to enter is simply add your email address to our newsletter database and then we will draw someone at random from this list on June 11th. The course can then be booked at a mutually agreed date within the...

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New carbon track dropouts

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Damon has busy beavering away designing our new carbon fibre track dropouts. Made as a one off for now for a very special build we are in the middle of. A 600SL fixie/singlespeed daubed in ultra light goodies, Tune, Ax Lightness etc 

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Reilly Cycleworks helps out new team

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Its been a few years since we've sponsored a racing team. We used to sponsor Karl Strugnell back in the day and boy he used to fly! So it was really nice when Graham Strugnell called me up and told me Karl was riding again and could we supply frames to him, after a chat with the other company founders the answer was an emphatic yes. Here is Karl with his old Omega Prodigy For 2016 Karl is riding with Team Kassei-Tekno Fuel and on a Reilly frame set. As in years gone past we always try new things with...

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Taking care of your titanium bicycle frame

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Taking care of your titanium bicycle frame

I'm often asked what is the best way to look after a titanium bicycle frame, how to clean etc, so here is how we do it. Most titanium frames are hand finished with a 3M scotchbrite hand pad. These hand pads come in different grades of coarseness and the different grades are easy to pick as they come in different colours. Most titanium frames will be finished with either a dark green 3M pad or like at Reillycycleworks, a maroon pad, code 7447. You can buy these pads online or at any really decent tool shop, car paint suppliers, just...

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