Signal Cycles Cross Grinder

Signal Cycles ‘Cross Grinder

3 YEARS AGO / 1 COMMENT / CYCLOCROSS

Is it a cyclocrosser? Is it a commuter? An all-roader? A ‘gravel grinder’? Come to think of it, the only things missing from the latest Signal Cycle are S&S couplers, which would turn it into the ultimate travel bike — for the discerning touring-adventuring-‘cross racer.

Signal Cycles Randonneur

4 YEARS AGO / 3 COMMENTS / TOURING BICYCLES

Adventure cycling is experiencing a renaissance of sorts, due to the emergence of the fat bike and the extended boundaries they are able to explore. But you don’t need far-flung wildernesses or 4.8″ tires to enjoy an epic ride of your own, just a taste for adventure. A randonneur like this one, by Portland’s Signal…


Signal Cycles Gravel Grinder

From the looks of things, Signal Cycles have been kept busy with orders for bikes that aren’t afraid of unsealed roads and gravel paths. That’s…

Signal Cycles Road / Rain Bike

Every cyclist is different and, after many miles, will develop a good idea of their dream machine. Portland’s Signal Cycles created this fendered road bike…

Signal Cycles Raty Ning

There’s no flies on Nate Meschke and Matt Cardinal, the two-man team that make up Portland’s Signal Cycles. Since the North American Handmade Bicycle Show…

Signal Cycles Ui2 Road

The dust is finally settling after the 2012 North American Handmade Bicycle Show, giving us an opportunity to absorb the vast array of beautiful bicycles…

Signal Cycles Phillip’s Road

Portland’s Signal Cycles continue to develop an individual style with each frame they create, and this sports tourer, built for local rider Phillip W., is…

Signal Cycles 29er

Nate Meschke and Matt Cardinal, the duo behind Signal Cycles, seem to be going from strength to strength. Since 2007, they’ve developed a reputation for…

Signal Cycles Jeff’s Road

In today’s increasingly homogenized society, we are blessed that we are not restricted to the pigeon holes that corporate bicycle manufacturers wish to place us…

Signal Cycles

I’ve just spent a good 15 minutes staring at the profile of Signal Cycles‘ creation for a lucky customer named Fasil. I’m getting mixed flashes…