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5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
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8 day Tig Welding FrameBuilding Course

£600.00£1,000.00

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Build your perfect frame Tig Welding Reynolds or Columbus Steel Tubing

Options: Road racing-touring-BMX-mtb hardtail 26/650b/29er-single speed-fixie-hybrid-leisure-gravel racer-cyclocross-hub gear-Di2-EPS-ETap-FatBike (components and wheels must be ordered or brought to the course if building a FatBike)

Other design ideas – Bryan will discuss and if possible help you design and build.

Not sure – we have a range of Invicta hand Built bikes for you to try to help you decide.

Course fees £1600 inclusive vat + cost of own frame materials

Optional BikeFit and CADBike Pro training  – Book any Advanced 10 Day Course or 2 Day Fit and Design Training Course – call 01227 709706 or email julie@downlandcycles.co.uk for details.

Bryan is an Industry Design Consultant and Master Frame Builder.

Can be done as stand alone course, no previous experience required.

 

Additional Information

Dates

March 3rd – 10th 2018, April 29th – May 6th 2018, July 16th – 23rd 2018, August 12th – 19th 2018, October 29th – November 5th 2018

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3 reviews for 8 day Tig Welding FrameBuilding Course

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Dear Julie and Bryan, I am extremely grateful for everything you have done for me. I truly enjoy coming on the courses and admire the way you transfer your knowledge.
    Thankyou for sharing with all this information and for helping me fulfill a dream, working in the bike industry.
    Once again, a big THANKS! Gael

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Thankyou to Bryan for his patience and skill in teaching me about design and welding. It is a completely new skill for me and a huge challenge, more than I imagined. Bryan is supremely skilled in making sure we get the most from being in the frame workshop, his demonstrations of tig welding and brazing are jaw droppingly amazing, results that take years of practice and natural gift. My frame whilst not so well finished is a testament to the committment and patience bryan has in making sure every joint has been cut, mitred, filed and welded by myself, when I doubted my ability he just calmly persudaed me to carry on, nothing was insurmountable. A brilliant experience, its at the sprayers and I’m looking forward to coming back to build wheels and put the components on my frame with Bryan in the new year. Life changing experience and the food from Julie is very very good. See you in January and thanks again Dave

  3. 5 out of 5

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    Great to meet you and it was a fun old week…
    Hope you like the pics… It’s actually looking very similar to John Finlay Scott’s ‘Woodsie’ bike from the ’50s
    More another time, I’ve got a magazine to get to print tomorrow! Eek!
    Pop in when you’re passing this way
    All the best
    Chipps

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