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Phil Wood

Since 1971, Phil Wood has been servicing the bike community. We’ve been huge fans of Phil Wood and I’ve used their hubs on a few of my builds in the past. Only the best and they’re made in America.

We recently visited their headquarters in San Jose, CA and saw where all the magic happens. Garrett, who also is a huge fan of the automobile, showed us around his shop.


We’re getting some stuff made for our show on the 4th next month in Hawaii. If you’re in town, please stop by Ward Center.


One off Phil Wood saddle for your booty. These seats come with an exclusive bike made for their 40 years in existence.


Soon to be release Phil Cranks. Super Chrome.


This is Gigantic. Gears galore in this.


Hubs anyone?


…in all assorted anodized colors.


Guess what this is? Phil Wood has cornered the market and has the best spoke making machine on the planet.


Thank you Garrett and we’ll be working together soon enough!

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Mark Arcenal

Founded Fatlace in 1999. Lived the Agency life for over a decade and then moved to client side launching the biggest brand Nike has to date, NSW as the Global Digital Lead. Today, he's the Creative Director for Fatlace and clothing line, Illest, overseeing 2 retail stores, and a design studio in California and Japan.

4 Comments

  1. omosowofa
    19/11/2011 at 8:22 am

    So funny you posted this up Mark. I am about to start my bike build and have been eying their products.

  2. Ronald Meyers
    19/11/2011 at 4:16 pm

    Ah they used a Shorty Fatz frame.

  3. 21/11/2011 at 11:51 pm

    I love Shorty Fatz frames but I am not sure if they still sell them. Well, at least I don’t see them on his site no more.

  4. PW
    22/11/2011 at 9:12 am

    The founders of Shorty Fatz have gone off to do their own things. Sam was the artist and it was decided that he keep the original website. Matt was the frame builder and decided a new website would be best. You can still purchase frames but the website is now http://www.popsfabrication.com