Galtani Cycling Accoutrements

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 »

Paul Brodie and the Starley Giraffe

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 »

Kindhuman Rhebok

Have you ever dreamed of being a sponsored cyclist, paid to travel the world and ride your bike? Most professionals will tell you it’s not as glamorous as it’s made out to be, but not an experience they would trade… Read more »

No. 22 Little Wing

Jimi Hendrix would have turned 71 on November 27th this year, had he not been admitted as an honorary member of the 27 Club. He wrote ‘Little Wing’ in 1967, included on the Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love… Read more »


If you’re a follower of Cycle EXIF’s horsepowered older brother, Bike EXIF, you’ll probably enjoy today’s offering twice as much as our usual fare. Canada’s Martin Aveyard has built himself a pedal-powered short-track commuter that’s guaranteed to turn heads.

No. 22 Bicycle Company

Golden Saddle Cyclery‘s hard man and all-round good guy, Tytanium, is currently riding the Tour Divide, a 2,745 mile self-supported ‘race’ from Canada to Mexico along the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. It’s an epic journey that probably shouldn’t be… Read more »

Cycles Toussaint

Even though Canada’s French connection is a distant one, Calgary locals Jason Wall and Evan Hu are intent on cultivating an appreciation for the constructeur style of bikes in the tradition of RenĂ© Herse and Alex Singer. Their new enterprise,… Read more »