VIDEO: Lynskey Performance Titanium Bicycles – Factory Tour

Mark Lynskey, CEO of Lynskey Performance, manufacturers of high performance titanium bicycle frames, gives us a behind the scenes factory tour of the frame production process from start to finish. Pardon the background noise, this is a factory environment.

Mark and staff, thank you for your time!

Lynskey Performance

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11 comments on “VIDEO: Lynskey Performance Titanium Bicycles – Factory Tour

  1. So, what’s the logic behind a 6/4 Ti gravel frame? It would seem the qualities that the stiffer, harder 6/4 alloy provides would not be as desirable, or might even be counterproductive, in a gravel frame. Of course, tire and wheel choice will take care of a lot of the harsh ride. Curious to see the review when it is up, especially compared to the standard alloy GR250.

    1. Thus far Ben, the BB area feels stiffer – but I have no way of measuring deflection at the moment, so it could all be placebo. I understand the point you are making. I am looking forward to racking up more and more miles / kms on this fine machine. Aesthetically, I absolutely love the top tube and down tube.

  2. The argument in the past has been that a stiffer, harder, more durable 6/4 tube set can be made correspondingly thinner and lighter to end up with a frame with whatever ride qualities you are looking for. I’m sure the JOM will let us know if that is indeed the case with this bike.

  3. Thanks for the Lynksey tour. It’s good to see where my Urbano came from! It’s rolling great with 650B Byway’s.

  4. your mic situation totally sucks in this video. Otherwise, it is absolutely awesome and unique to see this factory at work! thanks JOM and Lynskey!

    1. Care to make a mic suggestion? I used a directional mic… pretty hard dealing with all of the background noise. Lapel mics would have picked up everything.

      1. while I am not a mic expert, I have always had great luck with Sennheiser’s products and they make noise canceling microphones. but, i dunno if the cost would be worth it to you, unless you go factory tour crazy.

  5. Wow, a complete disregard for safety in that factory. The CEO in sandals, multiple people not wearing safety eyewear.

    Suggests that product quality is also not highly regarded.

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