Pricing

Base Price $1,400 Includes:

  • Custom Geometry
  • TIG Welded Construction
  • 4130 Steel Tubing
  • Basic Dropouts (horizontal or vertical)
  • BB30 or Threaded Bottom Bracket (all standard sizes)
  • Standard Braze-Ons (bottle bosses, cable guides)
  • Stainless Steel Graham Head badge
  • Single Color Powder Coating
  • Frame Saver Treatment
Additional Options
Adjustable DropoutsĀ Starting at $200 Rocker or sliding dropouts, black anodized inserts, stainless steel base. Options include hanger or hanger-less, eyelets, and most axle standards
Double Bend Stays
$100
S-bend stays for increased heel clearance and that sexy shape. This is a required upgrade for some frames.
Rack Mounts
$30 per set
Hourglass mounts for those who need to carry more.
Internal Cable Routing
$100 per cable
Slick internal cable routing using a continuous stainless steel internal housing to eliminate fishing around.
Integrated Rack
Starting at $150
A rack built directly into the frame for unparalleled strength and simplicity
44mm Headtube
$50
Oversized HT for excellent versatility, run virtually any fork with the proper headset.
Belt Drive Compatible
$80
Frame opening to accommodate Gates Belt Drive System
Custom Painting
Starting at $200
Price varies greatly depending on what you want to do but virtually anything is possible
Frame Bag
$120-$160
Bags are from Barking Bear Bagworks and are of excellent quality. Plus, Jason is one of the best guys I know. Handlebar Packs and Seat Bags are also available. Learn More
Want Something Else?
There are other options available to enhance the aesthetics, performance, or functionality of your bike. I’m always up for the challenge of doing new things that are beneficial to the project.

What About Components?
I prefer to sell complete bikes, the right frame is only part of the process of achieving your goals. By selecting the right components we can ensure you new ride is everything you want.

Warranty
All Graham Cycles come with a 4 year No B.S. warranty. Basically, if something goes wrong because I screwed up, I’ll make it right for free; I put my name on the bikes and that means a lot to me. Unfortunately, I can’t fix your mistakes for free. If you strip some threads, or leave the bike on the roof rack when pulling into the garage (happens to the best of us), it will cost you some money to get it fixed.

How to Order
Think a custom frame is right for you, email me atĀ info@grahamcycles.com and to discuss your project.