Green Stucco Pegoretti Responsorium

Green Stucco Pegoretti Responsorium

It’s an established fact that the work of Dario Pegoretti has an acquired taste. Personally, I acquired that taste the moment I first laid eyes on one of his hand-painted frames. The green stucco Responsorium may not be for everyone, but I would gladly accommodate one in my garage. Read More »

Brooks England x Movember

Brooks England x Movember

Movember is drawing to a close and if, by now, you have a hairy upper lip, we salute you. Brooks England gives you something to commemorate this month by way of a royal blue saddle that’s more akin to a throne. Read More »

Chérie

Chérie

Bicycles are different things to different people. For some, they’re just a mode of transport to get from A to B. I like to think that if you read Cycle EXIF, they mean more. You appreciate the beauty in their simplicity and the joy that riding them brings.

To customise one yourself to the extent of Chérie, however, requires an odd kind of, well, love. Read More »

Ritte x Mavic 125 Ans Auction

Ritte x Mavic 125 Ans Auction

The cadmium yellow of Mavic is one of the most recognisable brand colours in cycling. The French company was founded in 1889 as a bicycle parts manufacturer and thus celebrates a 125th anniversary this year. There will be gifts galore and one of them is this collaboration with California’s Ritte Bicycles, which is currently up for auction on eBay. Read More »

Mark Nobilette Gold Road

Mark Nobilette Gold Road

El Dorado is translated from the Spanish as The Golden One and describes the chief of the Muisca native people of Colombia, who was gilded with gold as part of his initiatory rite before flinging himself into a lake. A legend grew around him until El Dorado came to refer to the empire that inspired the Spanish conquistadors to first traverse the entire length of the Amazon River.

Gold is the most inspiring colour, both financially and romantically, and which most appropriately adorns this frame by Mark Nobilette. It is an intriguing build, assembled by Andrew Dalton of Winnipeg’s Natural Cycleworks — one of the most authentic-looking bike shops we’ve seen. Andrew was kind enough to share his insight into the process. Read More »

Hedley’s Lynskey R230

Hedley's Lynskey R230

The Lynskey family business has been through some ups and downs, like every family, but the continued existence of their titanium bike business today is proof of their strong unity. More evidence is the near cult-like status a Lynskey frame has among those who respect fine titanium craftsmanship. Read More »

Horse Cycles 29er XXIX

Horse Cycles 29er XXIX

While the temperatures are dropping in the northern hemisphere, things have been hotting up around the Horse Brand Co campfire. The latest product to hit the shop is the 2014 29er MTB frame — handmade, just like all of the other products in the catalog. Read More »