Wednesday, October 15, 2008

At long last!

The totally new and reworked Masi Bicycles website is now live and functioning!

A few minor tweaks are left to do, but it's up and running now!

You can't even imagine how radically different this process has been from the past and what this new site represents in terms of the brand's continued growth and evolution.

The site is very blog driven, but I'll still be posting here all the time- if anything, this all forces me to blog a bit more. So... you now have even more of me to love- or hate, your choice.

Please check it out and let us know what you think . As I said some tweaks are left to be made, but there are some really sweet changes already there for your enjoyment.

Thank you for your patience as we've gone through this process. It means a lot. Sincerely.

Tim

11 comments:

Amir said...

You guys got hacked...check you're page. : ( Hopefully they were nice hackers and didn't do damage, but just pranked ya...

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Katsu said...

the haro mtb page is also hacked

fixedgear said...

You might wanna change your password, Tim!

Racerveza said...

Noooo!!! Hope the rescue operation goes quickly.

Tim Jackson- Masi Guy said...

Isn't the irony just incredible?

Oh well... that's life in these modern times.

Mark Ritz said...

Hey Tim, the site looks much, much better this afternoon! One thing that seems to be missing is a "Geometry" page. Will you be adding one soon?

blogmaster said...

Hacker, Schmacker...

we got that $#!t on lockdown!

Thanks for all your help on the new site, Tim. Good times. I hope your crew digs it...

I know I sure do!

-- McGoo

Anonymous said...

The bikes look great. The colors are better than the cheesy Specialized, etcs. So now I have to choose which one to get first - Speciale 105 or Speciale Fixed or Soulville 7. Thanks Tim. Bill in Ohio.

Luminous Ferret said...

It's a nice looking site. It's different from the old site, I'm stil trying to decide if it is different better or just different. If the blog part worked that would be different better. In general, though, company blogs aren't part of the front page - they are tucked inside.

Other observations: The geomtery diagrams are present but squished, that should be fixed. Availability dates for bikes would also be helpful. For insatnce, (hint hint) the 3VC Team Issue frameset.

James said...

I guess the hacker issue is cleared up by now. The new site looks great and so do the bikes. I love the Special Fixed LTD of course, the 3VC Dura Ace isn't bad either.

Nice work Tim.