Road Bicycles

Stanridge Speed x Ben Eine (2014 RHC)

Qualifying for the 2014 Red Hook Crit Championship is, as I write this, due to start in a little under three hours, the helter-skelter culmination of months of planning and training not only for the racers, but the frame builders,… Read more »

Winter Bicycles Poignard

Eric Estlund has been working at an astonishing rate for the past few months. The Springfield, Oregon local divides his time between his role as Vice President of the Oregon Bicycle Constructors Association and the workshop. His latest build is… Read more »

Moots Vamoots CR

Colorado’s Steamboat Springs is also known as both Ski Town and Bike Town, being quite the destination for both sports. Moots Cycles have called it home since 1981, when Kent Eriksen and a creative bunch of friends set up shop… Read more »

Fondriest Cu-Status

The X-Status frame was a star in the stable of Fondriest Bici for many years, although it’s doubtful whether Maurizio Fondriest ever considered a copper plated special edition. The Cu-Status, its title referencing copper’s chemical symbol, was orchestrated by Stephan… Read more »

Samson Rising Sun

Thankfully, keirin frames no longer have the mass appeal they had a couple of years ago, leaving the pleasure of riding them to the true aficionados, those who appreciate the soul of the frame and builder as the quintessence of… Read more »


Earlier this month, March 2014, Colnago released a new stallion from their stable upon the world. It was the C60, and has been receiving fond but critical reviews. Fond, because it is a marvellous riding machine, as you’d expect from… Read more »

English Cycles No-Car-Kitty-Cargo

It gets a bit crazy in Bike Land around this time of year, when the North American Handmade Bicycle Show prepares to open its doors and reveal the glittering efforts of builders and manufacturers. In 2013, Rob English won the… Read more »