Razesa Bicicletas

When Miguel ‘Big Mig’ Indurain won the first of his five consecutive Tour de France victories, in 1991, he was riding a bike considered by many to be one of the finest Spain had to offer. It was a Razesa,… Read more »

Giro Meccanico

Japanese Keirin frames are known for their fancy paint schemes — infused with glitter and bearing the elaborate and deeply venerated marques of their builders. Madrid’s Eduardo Sanchez acquired a Giro Meccanico frame whose coat of paint was beyond admiration.… Read more »

Jeronimo Cycles Slütter

One of the great things about Cycle EXIF is the exposure we get to bikes and builders we might not usually come across. Who’d have thought that in the Canary Islands would reside a master welder of titanium, who creates… Read more »