There’s some pretty inspiring bikes coming out of the Czech Republic custom scene these days, especially the off-road sector. One workshop that’s spearheading that movement is Tomas Kutin’s SingleBe. This is his latest weapon: the emphatically-named Rock’n’Rolla.
It seems the call of the trail is louder than ever before, as riders come full circle from installing wider tyres on their road bikes and exploring gravel B-roads to adding a full-blown dirt machine to their stable. There’s many… Read more »
There’s some truly beautiful cycling to be had amongst the dales of Yorkshire, as those lucky enough to attend the first two stages of the 2014 Tour de France will soon find out. Well, those who explore further than the… Read more »
You really had to hand it to Gary Klein. He was one of the most innovative entrepreneurs of the modern mountain bike, pioneering aluminium as a viable frame material and thus initiating an evolutionary leap of design and style. Klein… Read more »
With wisdom and experience gleaned from a career that spans working at GM-Holden, Ford & Toyota — troubleshooting engine and car manufacturing, to defending his ’92 Aussie Downhill Mountainbike Championship against John Tomac, it’s no surprise that Ewen Gellie speaks… Read more »
New York’s enigmatic Brooklyn Machine Works was founded from a larger-than-life punk aesthetic. Established in 1997 by Joe Avedisian and Chris ‘Doc’ Bourdreaux, their frames confused a lot of riders by being built from steel in an aluminum age —… Read more »
This Friday heralds the weekend of 2014’s Bespoked Bristol — the UK Handmade Bicycle Show. It’s a grand event, not just for its recent stratospheric rise in popularity, but because it’s a celebration of the craft from a country steeped… Read more »