Studio Brisant

Studio Brisant

Uwe Scheufen and his Studio Brisant are located in Münster, Germany, about 300 miles from Berlin — where Fashion Week is just about to wrap up. There would have been plenty of mirror-gazing going on there but Studio Brisant’s chromed road bike is a mirror of more worthy reflection.

Studio Brisant has been restoring, modifying and selling classic road bikes in Münster since 2009. Recently, Uwe has collaborated with a British frame builder to release a proprietary line of lugged steel frames — a track and road model, while a randonneur is still in the works.

This example of the road frame has been built up with a high-polished NOS Campgnolo gruppo, the legendary and desirable Croce d’Aune brake calipers book-ending the bike. The frames are built with Reynolds 631 and are available for purchase, along with all Studio Brisant project bikes, through the website — contact Uwe for details. There’s more photos of this beautiful bike on their flickr page.

Studio Brisant
Studio Brisant
Studio Brisant
Studio Brisant
Studio Brisant
Studio Brisant
Studio Brisant

  • GuitarSlinger

    This one is just a little too MensFile Retro Hipster for my tastes . Nice craftsmanship , but taking the retro wanna be thing a step too far I’m afraid

  • Blueberry

    I like the detail shots of the polished and shiny bits. Bet it’s a bugger to keep clean though.

  • Love it! And great shoot! I love the location

    What are the breaks? They are really nice!

  • super jewel… are the breaks new or old type.?.

    • Uwe Scheufen

      thanks for all the flowers:)
      The Campagnolo Delta Brakes are old type but in new condition, like the hole group set which is “Campagnolo C-Record 8 Gear with friction” The lugs are from “Richard Sachs” with Reynolds 631 oversized tubeset, very stiff!

  • AJ

    Wow, just love this bike.
    Dare I say perhaps some simpler brakes would suit it better? But that’s just being picky. What a beauty that frame is: chrome + fancy nervex lugs + gold lining.
    Dig your site and the style of bikes you feature.
    Thanks.