Friday, October 08, 2010


Le nouveau Kouign Amann (3ème) est enfin sur ses roues après un très long moment de gestation. Il est pour 'Glace de Feu' et sera dans la région de Grenoble.

The new Kouign Amann (3rd) is finally on its wheels after a very long work of concept and construction. It is built for 'Ice of Fire' and will be in the Grenoble area.


Blogger Mathieu said...

Zoli Zockra... quelques infos techniques si c'est possible (poids, empattement, impressions par rapport à celui de la vipère?)

3:34 PM  
Anonymous nevereven said...

Magnifique !!! Félicitations !

6:53 PM  
Anonymous hof said...

Head angle is not 55?

2:27 PM  
Anonymous amidesign said...

Ce vélo est si beau ...
Félicitation pour ton travail.
Très bel ouvrage !!!

8:59 PM  
Blogger Trajkociklista said...

Nice! dual 650c ?

3:44 PM  
Blogger Andy Allsopp said...

Brilliant as ever Malric. Beautiful.

12:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Simply beautiful...I may try to copy one of these in steel!

12:34 AM  
Blogger Andy Allsopp said...

Copy this in steel? Sounds a little speculoos to me ;)

3:11 AM  
Blogger Speedy said...

Front wheel is 650, rear wheel is 700.
The Speculoos version has a strutural tube over the rider's shoulder. It make the rear part of the frame very stiff.

12:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes Speceuloos...looks good too!

Hey Malric, where di you find the long handlebar stem you used on this bike?

6:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He made it !

(I'm the proud owner of this new KA)

7:57 PM  
Anonymous Daniël Siepman said...

This is really beautiful... I want one!

2:34 PM  
Blogger raptoboy said...

Nice lowracer, but why did you put a traditional racing handlebar on the bike ? It does not seems to be practical at all ....

9:04 PM  
Blogger Speedy said...

This classic DF handle bar was a requirement of my client. I ried it and it works very well. The upper position is similar to the second KA with its aero handle bar. The lower position gives you an alternative position for long distance but also gives you a very good position for stopping and a lot of power because the levers are huge.

9:21 PM  
Blogger cycleguy said...

Hello Malric,

Another work of art! I have a question on the head tube. How are the rocking forces that the head tube transmits to the frame handled? Is the strength of the cf wrap around the head tube enough to prevent a crushing force on the foam core or is there some other reinforcement done to prevent that?

Harold Chattaway

3:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any way to get a pic of you actually on the bike? I'd like to see how it looks with a person on it, thanks!

7:06 PM  
Blogger Rod Java said...

Hi Malric,
Curious as to the headtube angle? 55 degrees?

San Francisco

7:36 PM  
Blogger Rod Java said...

Hi Malric,
Curious as to the headtube angle? 55 degrees?

San Francisco

7:36 PM  
Blogger Pine Valley Sunday School Dave said...

Sorry for the english ...

Where is an order form for a Zockra front wheel drive low seat recumbent?

Thank you

3:01 PM  
Blogger Speedy said...

This bike is not in production yet.

3:48 PM  

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