Gear

Competition: Rising from Ashes

There’s plenty of great cycling movies out there, beyond Quicksilver and Breaking Away. Now there’s a brilliant new movie that’s about to hit the screens: T.C. Johnstone’s Rising from Ashes. It’s the story of Team Rwanda, formed in 2005 when… Read more »

PEdAL ED

Adjoining the Brooks England concept store in London’s Seven Dials, B1866, is a presentation of cycle wear by Japan’s Hideto Suzuki. To be honest, I hadn’t really had a close look at Hideto’s PEdAL ED range, so I was thankful… Read more »

Gear: Chrome Forged Rubber

‘The Best City Sneaker In The World’ is a big claim but I wouldn’t put it past Chrome Industries to make it. With a reputation already built on making some of the most robust products available to the modern rider… Read more »

Review: Sparse Lights

By guest writer Richard Gearing: As winter descended here in Australia I found myself going through my seemingly-annual ritual of checking out the latest crop of bike lights available on the market. As a fussy buyer who often applies as… Read more »

Ruckus Composites x PBLRB

From the press release: Ruckus Composites is a Portland Oregon based Carbon Fiber repair business, repairing thousands of bikes a year for customers, bike shops and frame manufacturers. Every so often a bike never gets picked up, and ends up… Read more »

Death Spray Custom x Morvélo

It’s a little known fact that Brush Script, a font designed in 1942 by Robert E. Smith for the American Type Founders, was used for the original logo of the Australian soap opera Neighbours from 1985 until 2007. It also… Read more »

Review: Patebury

The kangaroo is an iconic Australian animal who, along with the emu, proudly support the shield on our Coat of Arms. We chose both animals because they don’t like traveling backwards. Kangaroos are also good for another thing: their hide… Read more »