Seattle based 333Fab is operated by Max Kullaway, a fabricator with over twenty years of experience building high end frames for brands ranging from Merlin to Seven. By day, he welds classic road frames for Hampsten Cycles, but has been building race oriented frames under his own brand, 333Fab, since 2007.
I recently had the opportunity to tour the Hampsten Cycles shop (full photo story here), and also stopped to snap a few pictures of Max’s stunning bike. Check out all the beautiful details after the break…
Max builds his custom frames to order from either steel or titanium.
The name of the brand came about because both Max and co-founder Bernard Georges had the repeated experience of waking up at 3:33 AM with a fit of inspiration.
Instagram really needs a #WeldPornWednesday
The WTF Kits Tumblr celebrates the good, the bad, and the absurd kit that cyclists often don.
What is this, The Radavist? #NoGarminNoRules
I’m not a Pressfit hater, but I do love seeing a classic threaded BB on any performance oriented bike.
Options for the 333Fab custom frames are endless and include: Di2 Internal routing, rack mounts, PF30, disc tabs, sliding dropouts, etc…
While most of Max’s work is more road oriented, 333Fab has also produced some gorgeous hardtails. Visit 333Fab to learn more.