what -n- how

How They’re Made.

A brief overview of my process from some of the early bikes.

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More about the bikes:

Woody Cruiser Woody Cruiser
This bike embodies simple, pure fun in the most unique way possible on two wheels. It’s just wood, leather and rubber with coaster brakes, fat tires and a proper riding position. Enjoy the unbelievably smooth ride and the distinct look that only an individually crafted, hand sculpted wood bicycle provides. This minimalist cruiser brings riding back to its basics. More…
Woody Scorcher Woody Scorcher
The Woody Scorcher combines form and function into a rideable work of art. Equipped with disc brakes, a belt-drive and an 8-speed internal gear hub it is perfect for commuting city streets or cruising on dirt roads. Enjoy the unbelievably smooth ride and the distinct look that only an individually crafted, hand sculpted wood bicycle provides. This hot rod city bike can take you just about anywhere. More…
Woody Mountain
Yes, it’s wood. Yes you can ride it anywhere you want. Don’t worry, this may be the the yes-man of bikes. Race tested durability, lightweight and gorgeous, this 11-speed mountain bike can do what you ask it to. Its simple drivetrain gives the range to tackle any cross country riding, and the plush shock makes for an amazing ride. Enjoy the unbelievably smooth ride and the distinct look that only an individually crafted, hand sculpted wood bicycle provides. More…
DSCF3952 (1024x683) e Woody
It’s wood, it’s electric! The e-Woody takes the great ride and simplicity of the Woody Scorcher and adds an electric hub. This smart system requires no throttle and knows when to provide power and when to regeneratively recharge while you’re riding. Technically sophisticated but functionally simple, this bike gives 50miles of riding range and an elegant rack to take your things with you. Great for commuting, around town, or just for fun. The e-Woody uses the new SRAM e-motion hub and battery pack and is coupled to the drivetrain with a Gates belt drive. It has amazing power which is applied quietly and efficiently making for a great ride. More…

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Here is some more information about what and how Connor Wood Bicycles does what it does:

About —  The story of these bikes

Chris Connor – Who is this guy?

Video – videos about these bikes

FAQs  – Questions I get asked regularly

Wood is Good – Why wood works

The Denver Scorcher – The origins of the term “Scorcher”