Frame # Size Owner City, State Owner since Org.Paint/RP
029 61 Kean Boyer (2) Bartow, FL 2012 Org. Paint
032 57 Brandon Koons San Diego, CA 2011 Org. Paint
039 59 Dennis Johnson Senoia, GA 1991 Org. Paint
043 50 M J Mahoney Las Cruces, NM 1984 Org.Own Org. Paint
           
055 58 Randy Johnston Dallas, TX 1983 Org.Own RP
063 58 Lorin Youde (3) Carlsbad, CA 2005 Org. Paint
068 60 Richard L. Rogers Tallahassee, FL 1983 Org.Own Org. Paint
076 54 Kevin Littwin FL 1983 Org.Own Org. Paint
078 55 Kent VanSooy Oceanside, CA 2011 RP
           
084 56 Adam Kegley (3) Lexington, KY 2008 Org. Paint
087 56 Dave Thomas Laguna Beach, CA 1983 Org.Own Org. Paint
091 57 Jim Keysor Pleasanton, CA 1984 Org.Own Org. Paint
           
116 58 Peter Wilborn (2) Charleston, SC 2009 Org. Paint
           
127 62 Daniel van der Weide Madison, WI 1985 Org. Own RP
136 54 Charles Venice, CA 2010 Org. Paint
150 56 Todd Zilinski Medfield, MA 2005 Org. Paint
164 58 Greg Fleming Temecula, CA 1984 Org. Own Org. Paint
188 59 Jon Shafqat Leucadia, CA 1984 Org. Own Org. Paint
           
197 55 Sam Henry Rochester Hills, MI 1984 Org. Own Org. Paint
208 62 Greg Smith (2) San Diego, CA 2013 Org. Paint
213 57 John Katsaras (3) Deep River, ON Canada   Org. Paint
217 54 Mike Werner (3) San Diego, CA 2007 RP
219 52 Mike Thompson Monroe, Louisiana 1983 Org. Own Org. Paint
245 53 Tom Bailey Dallas, TX 1985 1995 RP
263 59 Nick Delia (4) Rancho Cucamonga, CA 2007 2010 RP
285 54 Wei Yan Davis, CA 2013 Org. Paint
293 60 Scott Mathewson South Jordan, UT 1985 Org. Own Org. Paint
305 58 Bill Bauer Reno, NV 1983 Org. Own Org. Paint
313 58 John G. Hall Stokie, IL 1984 Org. Own Org. Paint
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

The John Howard was the frame that launched my California business. When ex-Olympic rider, and winner of the first Ironman Triathlon, approached me in 1983 to build frames bearing his name, it gave me a steady contract to build 20 to 25 frames a month.

Production of this frame only lasted a year; when John Howard could no longer guarantee me an order of five frames per week, it was no longer economical to build. There were somewhere over 300 John Howards built. Read more about the John Howards here.

After I stoppped building the John Howard frames, another framebuilder Dave Tesch built them for a while. There is an article here that explains the subtle differences between my John Howards and those built by Tesch.

Dave Moulton

A registry of John Howard bicycle frames built by Dave Moulton in San Marcos, CA in 1983