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Highland Fling: Grinduro Scotland x The Bicycle Academy

The Scottish round of this year’s Grinduro event was held a few weeks ago on the Isle of Arran, and it was a complete success, especially for The Bicycle Academy, who presented the work of three frame builders as part of an annual competition. The Grinduro frame builder’s competition was initi...

Fantastic Beast: Eric’s Myth Cycles Custom 29er Hardtail

Situated at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the Colorado city of Durango is referred to as a mountain bikers paradise. One local frame builder, Eric Tomczak, knows the regional trails well and just finished this hardtail for himself to explore them on. Eric’s workshop is called Myth Cycles an...

Small Wheeler Done Proper: Sven Cycles Mini Velo

There’s a buzz around mini velos at the moment and with good reason: they’re simply a compact version of a full-sized bike, practical and fun to ride. But while they’re in the process of being refined for a modern market, Dorset’s Sven Cycles have done it right. Sven Cycles’ Darron Coppin and ...

Un-obsoletable: Rivendell Clem Smith Jr. H By Blue Lug

All manner of plastic bikes are currently riding through the Alsace region during the fifth stage of the 2019 Tour de France but, for the moment, I can’t take my eyes off a recent build by Japan’s Blue Lug: an “Un-obsoletable” Rivendell Clem Smith Jr. Don’t get me wrong, bikes of all materia...

The Bleeding Edge: Winter Cutlery Campy Wrench Knives

Knives as a tool for cutting are as much an essential piece of kit as a bicycle is for transport, and the ability to wield both is a basic life skill. Tools, sure, but that doesn’t mean we can’t respect them for their craftsmanship. We’ve admired the work of Winter Bicycles’ Eric Estlund on th...

Just My Type: Cicli Bonanno Futomaki Disc

With the 2019 Le Tour de France currently being played out, it’s time to look at a tall skinny bike. Like the race, this one has a true international flavor: Named after a thick sushi roll, this is a Futomaki by Cicli Bonanno — an Italian builder based in Berlin. It’s a bit of a funny name,...

Keep The Power Meter: Sour Bicycles Bad Granny

While the rest of the cycling world is going gah-gah over carbon fiber wunderbikes, data trackers and power meters during the third stage of Le Tour de France, we’re going nuts over the twin top-tubed Bad Granny fun bike from Germany’s Sour Bicycles. Sour is based in Dresden, Germany, and th...

Tune In, Set, And Forget: Limited Edition PAUL Tie-Dyed T-shirt

They’a colorful bunch over in Chico, California. Always have been. Paul Price has made a hefty contribution to that rainbow over the years and continues to do so with this very limited release of tie-dyed components. During some recent demolition work, the PAUL team unearthed the complete archiv...

Midnight Century: Chimera Frameworks x Columbus 100 Anni

2019 celebrates the one-hundredth anniversary of the founding of Columbus Tubi. It’s a reason for all lovers of beautiful bicycles to celebrate, as Columbus has supplied — and continues to supply — the materials for quality bikes and the frame building industry. Australia’s Chimera Frameworks almo...

Sprinkles To The Metal: Caletti Cycles Donut Scrambler

Most cyclists, like Homer Simpson, are partial to the sugary joys of a donut and if you know of one that isn’t, perhaps you should point them towards the Caletti Cycles Donut Box Pink Scrambler and see if that doesn’t whet their appetite. The Scrambler is John Caletti’s ideal Santa Cruizer, ...

Rook And Roll: Corvid Sojourner

It’s a short correlation between riding and flying, and it’s one that Colorado’s Chad Corbin also makes a personal connection to. A finalist in the 2019 NAHBS New Builder category, he’s named his framebuilding enterprise after the Corvidae family of birds. Chad didn’t just win on a one-off bike ...

Take The Long Way Home: Stanforth Skyelander 650b

The self-assured dignity instilled within each Stanforth is likely the same that permeates the former Savile Row headquarters of the Royal Geographical Society. But don’t be fooled by this 650b Skyelander’s elegance, it’s built with circumnavigation in mind. The British exploratory spirit is not l...
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