Sizemore Mega Cruiser

Sizemore Mega Cruiser

Taylor Sizemore‘s mission statement is to create bikes that are simple, functional and unadorned, yet beautiful in their rugged purity. He built this big-wheeled Mega Cruiser for his father as a gift and thank-you present for helping Taylor pursue his frame-building dream.

As it turns out, Taylor’s dad, David, has as deep a love for motorcycles as Taylor does for bicycles, so Taylor reflected this in the relaxed geometry. The Mega Cruiser also embodies the Sizemore aesthetic and Taylor’s appreciation for clean lines. A Shimano Alfine internal geared hub conceals the transmission, driven by the indomitable White Industries drivetrain and it’s rolling on a pair of Schwalbe Big Apples. It sounds like there’s only one thing missing: a Bicycle playing card stuck in the spokes to replicate the roar of a motorcycle’s engine.

Check out more details on the Sizemore website and flickr.

Sizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega CruiserSizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega Cruiser
Sizemore Mega Cruiser

  • Paul Avila

    Looks like a nice ride…but…the kinked top tube is irritating IMHO. I’m not a fan of harsh tube bends like this. Overall the bike looks great. The kinked tube looks like it was rushed thru to achieve the goal of creating the bike. The time was spent to creatively create the unicrown brazed fork and the sliding dropouts in the rear. The upcapped seat stays are cool too. 

    • I think the kinked top looks rad, it adds a ton of charictar but maintains a very simple look

  • Nice !

    … Et exactement le type de vélo que je souhaite me monter prochainement. Pour la ville, c’est l’idéal. Léger, quelques vitesses à l’arrière… Je ne mettrai qu’un frein à l’avant et bata cosi !
     

  • The top bar makes the bike look so, so agressive! I love it!