yes i looked at the link,all he has done is whats called an overlay,basically wrapping carbon around a form to make it look pretty,composite engineering is a little more advanced than that laying plys in specific directions to atain strength in the direction its needed,thats why formula 1 cars suspension arms are incredibly strong and good at what the do but explode into a million bits at the slightest impact,they are nt designed to be strong in that way.virtually all carbon bikes are going to be either alloy lugs with bonded carbon tubes or actually firbreglass with a layer of cosmetic carbon on top to fool the punter(check out some trimble threads on here).
very few are genuine monocoque frames such as kestrel(im not convinced that is either)
you can buy tubes from here- http://carbonfibretubes.co.uk/
these would work with alu lugs but the costs would be astronomical.
i guarentee the bike in you link has snapped by now,it was a cosmetic lump of styrofoam badly wrapped in carbon very badly laid with no vacuum and then tarted up to make it look expensive.