Road Bicycles

BOO Bicycles RS-R

Prestige Cycles, the best bike shop in Brighton and Hove, now stock BOO Bicycles — makers of some of the world’s finest bamboo bikes. Although they share the floor of Prestige with the likes of Baum, Mosaic, Yeti, Cannondale and… Read more »

Mécacyle Vitus

As well being a fabulous 90s indie pop group from London, Saint-Étienne is a French city in the Massif Central. It was the capital of their bicycle industry, being the location of Mavic, Motobécane and Vitus. Another brand, Mécacyle, was… Read more »

Stelbel SB/03

‘Italians did it better’ is a hashtag often claimed by Cicli Corsa on their social media feeds, and when it comes to exquisite engineering of cycling components, it’s often true. The Stelbel SB/03, dripping with parts from PMP Bike and… Read more »

Batavus Old Dutch Leather

How many of us sit for hours every day in front of a computer screen? We’re all connected — except for those who choose to live ‘off the grid’ — by the internet, and many of us rely on the… Read more »

Saffron Frameworks Polychromie

The Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier was once quoted as saying “The house is a machine for living” — an insight into his somewhat totalitarian philosophies. In contrast to the stark nature of his reinforced concrete architecture, his paintings were ethereal… Read more »

Rogers Bespoke Redux

The South Australian capital of Adelaide was named in honour of Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, queen consort to King William IV. It’s a proud, progressive and bike-friendly city, and the location of the Tour Down Under, the first leg of the… Read more »

Lady Karma

Paul Brodie is a name that will be familiar to those old enough to remember when the majority of mountain bikes were made from steel. He’s one of the founding fathers of the Canadian mountain biking scene and these days… Read more »