KILLENBIKE will take the tube set, create the mitres with the mill and load it into the frame jig. The main tubes are tacked then checked for alignment on a surface table. Once true, the main triangle is fillet-brazed: an oxyacetylene torch melts a high-silver content brazing rod, and the silver is drawn into the tube joints.
The fillet brazes are then hand-carved to create a beautifully smooth transition between tubes. The rear triangle, with the unique wishbone created from tubes custom-bent in house, is attached using the same process. Final preparation for paint is meticulous.