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
The 2015 Tour de France was wrapped up by Mr. Froome & Co, for a second time now. No surprises there, but one team that was a surprise was MTN-Qhubeka, who made history as the first African team to compete… Read more »
Over the past few years, we’ve had the honour of previewing Paul Brodie’s entries to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. They’ve always astounded us by the huge amount of dedication and skill that he instills within each project.
The North American Handmade Bicycle Show is like the Summer Solstice of the framebuilder’s year, and the 2015 edition is almost upon us. This year promises to be the biggest yet and is heading to Louisville, Kentucky. For the past… Read more »
The Cypress, Grouse and Seymour mountains form an integral section of the Vancouver skyline, and is the year-round playground for adventurists of all disciplines. In winter, all three mountains are the destination for all snow sport enthusiasts, while the summer… Read more »
You’ve seen them on the hands of the Fausto Coppi, Eddy Merckx and most of the world’s most stylish road cyclists. The knitted mesh cycling glove is still one of the most comfortable and functional hand coverings designed for distance… Read more »
For the past couple of years, we’ve had the honour of watching Paul Brodie manufacture a highly complicated frame to be exhibited at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. In 2012, he walked us through each step in re-building an… Read more »