The Radavist

“Sometime after Red Hook Crit this year, Jocelyn Tipton had her race bike stolen, luckily for 2019, they found a new ride, this Pratt.  Joining Dani Moreshead and Sam Fox this year for a new all-women team Pratt/Phil Wood will be competing at Red Hook Crit Brooklyn and Milan, Mission Crit, Redbull Last Stand, and a few others in preparation for 2020 fixed gear nationals.”

Jarrod Bunk

Road Bike Action Magazine

“Specializing in track frames, first-time participant Max Pratt’s custom road frame impressed us with its intricate polka dots throughout the frame. Princeton Carbonworks 6560 rims laced to the only 12-speed Phil Wood hubs in existence are another standout feature from the Rhode Island builder.”

John Ker

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Save The Track Bike

“NEW EPISODE IS LIVE! // a conversation with @prattframeworks / @teamprattphil is available on Apple Podcasts + Google Play + Spotify + Stitcher // #savethetrackbike #sttb #fixedgear#prattframeworks // presented by @thebicyclebroker

Joshua LaBure

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Gravel Cyclist

“Gravel Cyclist at NAHBS 2019: Meet Max Pratt, founder and owner of Pratt Frameworks based out of Providence, Rhode Island.”

Gravel Cyclist - North American Handmade Bike Show 2019


Philly Bike Expo

“Established in 2017, returning exhibitor pratt Frameworks is a Rhode Island based bicycle company created by designer / maker Max Pratt. pratt Frameworks specializes in high performance steel bicycles for fixed-crit / velodrome racing, as well as cyclocross and road racing. Max Pratt is a framebuilder, metal fabricator, and furniture designer who studied at the Rhode Island School of Design.”

Philly Bike Expo


“This fetching fixie, complete with a creative paint job and a track version of Princeton CarbonWorks’ new Wake 6560 aero carbon wheels. The painted-to-match Spurcycle bell was a nice touch.”