About the Builder
Quijano Bicycles is Jeremy Quijano. Beginning with the wonder of "how do you make a bicycle" back in 2000, he has been purely obsessed with just that. After graduating from United Bicycle Institute's Chromoly Frame Fabrication in 2002 he has been doing everything in his power to create high quality bicycle machines. Schooled in TIG welding technologies, and with an apprenticeship with Romic Cycles of Houston, Quijano builds dreams from his shop just north of Tampa, Florida. Each frame is hand built one at a time with files, saws, sweat and blood. With twelve, continuous years in the bicycle industry, Quijano knows his way around the bicycle. Custom frames are built to the clients' body specifications using tuned equations and rider input, these aren't your daddy's newspaper delivery bikes. Unless that's what you want; stock geometries are also readily available.