The BSH will be more known as Proper’s tough street frame, because they say it’s built like a ‘B’rick ‘S’hit ‘H”ouse. The frame (which was designed by Joris Coulomb and Alex Platt) has a steeper head angle, a 70 degree seat tube for “barspin-a-bility”, and a high stand over. It’s also features small plates on the chain stay and seat stay junctions for added stiffness, tapered Mid BB, a 110mm head tube which is longer than most other frames and the chain stays are measured at 13.47″.
At the moment the prototype frame is in Raw. Alex and Joris will have their own choice of colour ways for the frames, which will be available sometime this Summer. In the mean time check out Gav Shorthall’s ‘Brick Shit House’ set up.
For further information head over to properbikeco.com