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custom steel bicycles, handmade in limburg, belgium.

Tools for Riding

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why i do it.

Bikes play an important role in my life. 

As a kid I watched how my grandfather was tinkering with bicycles in the garage. The frames and instruments were scattered all over the space. That is where I was bitten by the bicycle bug. With my grandfather as an example, I learned how to make frames myself and thus I started with Fer Cycles. 

I think steel is a fantastic material to work with because it's so workable. You can do anything with it.

I make a couple of bicycles per year. Too little to make a living, but that's not why I do it. Making a good customised product is more important to me than turning over large volumes.

I don't just make steel bicycles because I enjoy it. It is also a family tradition, which I am holding in honour.


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All estimates are free and flexible according to materials and scheduling.


On the grid.

Some of the things I'm working on can be found here. Alternatively, you can head over to my Instagram page



I’ll only work with the best materials available and provide a 10 year guarantee on all labor.

I never compromise quality for time. This means I only make a handful of bikes per year. And my ambition is to keep it that way. It means the bikes I make are exactly what clients want.  

I strive for honest customer service. I request a 40% advance payments to cover the cost of all parts, 60% on delivery of the bike.

I reserve the right to refuse jobs if they don't suit my timetable. Family and day job come first and I don't want to make promises I can't keep. 



About Me


I started building bikes a couple of years ago. After taking frame building classes at the Bicycle Academy in Frome, and extra welding courses (TIG welding and brazing) I started building more bikes for my own, and after a couple of months, colleagues, friends, and friends of colleagues and friends started informing about making a steel bike for them. So it all started from there. 

Right now I make about 5 frames a year. Not a lot, but considering it's a hobby and a passion project, I love things the way they are. 

But although my frame building "hobby" time is sparse, there's always time to build that N+1 bike for you.