Insight: Ride Media HQ

RIDE Cycling Review is Australia’s premier magazine about the world’s most beautiful sport. The publisher also produces the official Aussie Tour de France guide, which always astounds me with its quality of presentation and is my constant companion for those… Read more »

Insight: Bavabici

One of the great reasons to travel is to gain an insight into human interaction. Being a traveling cyclist means that you get to meet other cyclists, who happen to be some of the most interesting people. You’ll most likely… Read more »

Insight: 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 »

The Reach For The Dream Project

This just in from Manual For Speed: Manual For Speed in collaboration with Argonaut Cycles and Speedvagen present Reach For The Dream. A guide to self-actualization through living the custom life. Today we launch the first of two parts –… Read more »

The Bicycle Academy All-Star Lineup

From the press release: This year, The Bicycle Academy‚Äôs Somerset-based frame building school is on course for even better grades, thanks to the addition of two British bicycle building masters. Andrew Denham, founder and head teacher of the bike-building school… Read more »

Experiments in Speed

Here’s the full version of Experiments in Speed, a short film produced by Spindle Productions about Tom Donhou‘s quest to build a garage attempt on the landspeed record. Although it was completed with the tiniest fraction of Team Sky’s budget… Read more »

Boutique Cycle Tours

Thanks to Australia’s antipodean timezone, it is well past midnight while I prop my eyelids open and watch Stage 14 of the one hundredth Tour de France. My consciousness drifts between Paul Sherwen and Phil Liggett‘s dulcet tones and my… Read more »