Dear Kogswell

Your web site sucks ass.

<3 tarckeemoon

yeeeungh

It’s like the Feist of web sites.

faust of web sites

Making tarck the Mephistopheles of bike forums.

hell hath no search function, like a woman sc0rned

KOGSWELL BRING BACK YOUR HUBS

anodized purple preferably

[quote=tarckeemoon]Your web site sucks ass.

<3 everyone with a computer who likes bikes[/quote]

ftfy

Mr. Kogswell seems to be really into making 26" bikes lately. Not really sure why…

The fixed gear models were sweet but only came in two sizes, so unless you’re 5’7" or 6’+, no bike for you.

now kogswell, what wouldst thou have me do?

They also do a really good job of not responding to emails. Good job Kogswell.

IROgswell

It may have cost them a sale, too. I was going to try to get them to build me a 700c bike when I picked up my Cross Check.

For real. Interesting business model…

I lurve Kogswell

For real. Interesting business model…[/quote]
serious talk. i emailed them 4 times and not one response.

For real. Interesting business model…[/quote]
serious talk. i emailed them 4 times and not one response.[/quote]
Bonus points for sticking to their guns, I guess?

resurrecting an old thread (searching for this was a fun journey through our collective evolution)

maybe I’m not too good at internets
but does anyone have a P/R geo sheet?

Also, in the end, what was the final assessment of the Kogswell project?

I’m really interested in getting into 650b rando bike. Very much sold on low trail from my Traitor but a more “comfortable” bike would go a long way. I’m guessing it wouldn’t be too hard to track down a P/R on the cheap…

bro do you even google
http://yojimg.net/bike/kogswell/kogswell_docs/Model%20P:R/Kogswell%20PR%20brochure.pdf

and all the noise you want here
http://yojimg.net/bike/kogswell/