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MFS: Reach for the Dream Bikes

We first had an inkling of the Reach For The Dream project, presented by Manual For Speed, back in June 2014. Since then we’ve been flabbergasted by their Surprise Me! Space Panda jerseys and bib shorts, and further dumbfounded by… Read more »

Salsa Beargrease

From Cycle EXIF’s technical correspondent, Richard Gearing. I’d been looking to get back into mountain biking for a while, but the options were becoming overwhelming — do I make use of the fact that they’re a slowly dying breed and… Read more »

Bishop Bikes Di2 Disc Road

The weather’s been pretty cold around Baltimore this week, but that only means Chris Bishop has been holed up in his workshop catching up on frame orders. The finishing and details on his frames are near-peerless, so it’s no surprise… Read more »

Winter Bicycles Quiscale

Quiscalus quiscula is a fairly common bird found in large numbers throughout North America, and although the Blackbird can be found in suburban areas over the rest of the world, the common grackle, as it is otherwise known, is a… Read more »

Julie Ann Pedalino CX

Cycling is very much a male-dominated sport but that, thankfully, is changing. And there’s even less female custom framebuilders than male — another statistic that is gradually changing. Kansas City is home to Julie Ann Pedalino, who will be making… Read more »

Ritte Cycles Stainless Snob

Thank god for Los Angeles’ Ritte Cycles. The whole ethos of the Ritte brand is to remind us that riding is fun and to get the most out of it you have to be a wee bit nutty. Their unsanctimonious… Read more »

REEB Cycles TyDonk

Fat bikes really do look out of place when photographed in a studio setting, all pristine and minty-fresh. Rest assured, once the TyDonk makes its debut at the 2015 North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Louisville, Kentucky this weekend, it’s… Read more »