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A studio photo of Breezer #1 chain stays and bottom bracket shell from rear non drive side angle. Fillet brazed tubes

A studio shot of Breezer #1 bottom bracket shell from the bottom side. Philwood bottom bracket spindle, ISO, is shown along Specialities T.A. Pro cranks and Cyclotourist chainring.

Joe Breeze mitering tubing for first Breezers on the lathe. Right side view with clock. Horizontal format. Photo by Wende Cragg. 35mm transparency from black and white contact sheet (Credit Joe Breeze).

Joe Breeze mitering tubing for first Breezers on the lathe. Right side view. Horizontal format. Photo by Wende Cragg. 35mm transparency from black and white contact sheet (Credit Joe Breeze).

Joe Breeze mitering tubing for first Breezers on the lathe. Left side view. Vertical format. Photo by Wende Cragg. 35mm transparency from black and white contact sheet (Credit Joe Breeze).

Joe Breeze in his workshop with what appears to be a frame manipulation tool . A wall full of boxes, pairs of 26" disc wheels, and even a grill can be seen.

Joe Breeze bending a chain-stay for one of the first Breezers on arbor press. Previously bent chain-stays in background. Vertical format.
(Photo by Wende Cragg. 35mm transparency from black and white contact sheet)

Photo of Joe Breeze fabricating one of ten Breezer #1 using fillet brazing technique. Non drive side of the bottom bracket shell being worked on with the frame mounted up side down. Horizontal format.

Photo of Joe Breeze fabricating one of ten Breezer #1 using fillet brazing technique. Non drive side of the bottom bracket shell being worked on with the frame mounted up side down. Vertical format.

Joe Breeze fabricating one of ten Breezer #1 model. Photo shows fillet brazing technique was applied in joining the bottom bracket shell with the seat tube and the top tube. Horizontal format.
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