Thomas Callahan’s Horse Brand Co. launched recently, showcasing American-made goods and his handmade Urban Tour bikes. This stainless steel town bike is an addition to that line, a concise summary of Thomas’ style and ethos.
Nate Mumford is a photographer based in New York, which is also home to Thomas Callahan and the Horse Cycles stable. Nate recently took some shots of a visit to Thomas’ shop which were animated into a GIF, giving a… Read more »
It’s a revelation to look at Thomas Callahan’s early work, like the mauve Priest Sport we featured nearly three years ago, and his latest exercise, the Urban Tour Project. Thomas and Horse Cycles have begun a run of production models… Read more »
It’s always interesting to hear of interests that cyclists pursue, whether it’s playing in a band, cooking or creating artwork. The background of Horse Cycles’ Thomas Callahan is that of a multimedia artist, which, to those who can see it,… Read more »
It’s easy for us, as fans of beautiful bicycles, to view them as artistic expressions: they were originally base materials and through the skill and dexterity of the frame builder they have become sculptural, functional objects that are pleasing to… Read more »
This little beauty is one of the more recent fillies borne from the hands of Thomas Callahan, the man behind Horse Cycles (his ‘Priest Sport’ track bike is Miss December in the Cycle EXIF 2011 Bicycle Calendar). While the Priest… Read more »
When I first laid eyes on the ‘Priest Sport’ from Brooklyn’s Horse Cycles, the first thing that sprang to mind was one of Picasso’s cubist paintings. Both are simultaneously fluid and angular, rigid yet full of motion. Handmade bicycles are… Read more »