Hallelujah! Eyewater may be a new builder, but already has the wisdom to fit a threaded bottom bracket to its carbon-fiber frame.
[Corey] also has a top-secret curing process that gives a finish unlike anything else – completely smooth and a beautiful standalone without paint.
Seattle’s Eyewater Bicycles won the NAHBS equivalent of the “Rookie of the Year Award” with this carbon fiber road bike... Lowe uses a unique tube-to-tube construction process that produces super-clean results free of filler, wrinkles, voids, and other imperfections.
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The clean carbon frames he’s made so far are already drawing attention from established carbon builders within the community in a very positive way.
Corey Lowe of Seattle’s Eyewater Bicycles is bringing the romance of steel to the custom carbon scene.
Corey Lowe of Eyewater Cycles grabbed the “Best New Builder” award at the 2018 North American Bike Show (NAHBS) with this elegant custom carbon road bike.
Even now from what we’ve seen, the design looks fully cooked, well-conceived, clean, and the styling is fresh. Definitely make this builder one of your stops this year.
It looks like we’re in agreement with the NAHBS Awards jury that this new builder has the talent as a bike maker to go far.