Handsome Cycle Co. Speedy Devil

Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil

One thing the Handsome Cycle Co. does well is create bikes with panache. The well-mustachioed Minneapolis team have made it their mission to produce a range of exceptionally tailored bikes that still carry an affordable price tag. The Speedy Devil is a collaboration with cycling couturiers and graphic designers, Twin Six.

The Speedy Devil is available both as a frame and fork and complete option, and is designed towards commuters who desire a little more rapidity in their ride. Fellow Minneapolis locals Twin Six expounded upon the graphics they created for their Speedy Bike Club jerseys and t-shirts, resulting in a distinctly patriotic scheme. This particular Speedy Devil has been built up by one half of Twin Six, Ryan, with a top-shelf spec sheet: White Industries crank set, bottom bracket and hubs, HED rims, Chris King headset, Paul brakes, Thomson seat post and stem and an SRAM Rival drive train.

Each of the four Handsome models are very approachable, aesthetically and economically, establishing an attractive option for commuters who refuse to compromise on quality for their budget. The range is explained in detail on the Handsome Cycle Co. website, and you can acquire some spiffy kit from Twin Six on theirs.

Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil
Handsome Cycles Co. Speedy Devil

  • speedy11

    Brakes look very¬†awkward…details in the paint job a nice though…

  • dennis

    Would it be possible to switch the levers on those brakes so that they angled downward instead of the awkward upward position? (Just switching the levers instead of the entire brake/shifter unit would allow the shifting to still be done by pushing the shift paddles downward.)

  • Bike has Barcons for shifters; those are SRAM Brakes, not double controls.

    I like barcons with those bars; I think I’d probably get slightly different brakes, though.

  • Absolutely love LOVE the paint job!