Bernie Mikkelsen

building frames since 1974

inventor of the "Pro Sizer"

sizing bicycle, and the "Pro Fit" sizer




 

Area Served

 

Northern California

Located at Alameda Point on San Francisco Bay

(Fomerly Alameda Naval Air Station)

Ten miles East of San Francisco as the crow flies


 
 
I have been building the "new" sloping top tube frame geomrtry for well over a decade
I built my own tandem frame jig from a turn of the century S.F.Chronicle cast iron type setting table

What Makes Me Different

I make bicycle frames using steel only

I blend Reynolds, Columbus, True Temper,

Dedacciai, and Tange tubing to tune the ride



I created several types of sizers

for duplicating any size, or geometry bicycle frame for riding tests

Unlike other sizing devices

mine has a front wheel so that it can actually be ridden outside

Stationary sizing devices provide no handling feedback



Why guess?



Custom handlebar stems available to complement any frame

Test ride along the bay with a view of San Francisco

All you need is a few test rides

with some readjustments

to find your best position on the bicycle



There is nothing else like it



Steel bicyle frames

Any configuration

Any size

Custom geometry every time



Why compromise?


Custom paint by D & D Cycles of San Lorenzo, California


Custom stems can be color matched to the frame



Road

Mountain

Tandem (Road or Mountain)

Triathalon

Time Trial

Cyclocross

Single Speed

Track

Custom Forks

Custom Stems

TIG welded, Fillet Brazed, or Classic Lugged

Frame Repairs

Braze Ons

Reproductions
(dimensional reproductions of any existing frame)




 
Build Kits Available With Frames
 
 

 

An e mail from a customer:

 

     Berrnie,

        A couple saturdays a ago, I did 107 miles and 5,000 vertical with my brother on an organized

ride in Fresno. 


   Thanks to the frame rebuild you did to my bike, I was much more comfortable.


   Thanks also for the referal to your friend at Pleasant Hill Cyclery (Eric).


   They were able to order a  seatpost with 1" setback on it, which enables me to flatten out a bit

more over the bike.

  I am finally at a point where I am perfectly comfortable on the bike - like wearing comfortable but

supportive athletic shoes.



   Keep up the good work!



      Dan Bergmann


Dan's Bicycle