Jamie’s own Firefly All-Roader

Disc brakes on road bikes. What’re your thoughts? When it comes to new technology, there will always be room for conjecture about what should be the standard. That is, of course, until everyone has the opportunity to try them out… Read more »

Gear: The Wheel Dishing Tool

Wheelbuilding, believe it or not, isn’t a dark art. It’s as much a matter of physics as any aspect of engineering. It takes dedication, the correct parts, and a bit of practice, and there’s little more satisfying than riding around… Read more »

Chapman Cycles Tourer

While the slogan of Chapman Cycles reads as ‘Modern Bikes for Vintage Souls’, it’s interesting to make note of the flatland BMX frame that Brian Chapman recently built for himself — executed with the same meticulous care and craftsmanship that… Read more »

House Industries Velo Collection

Delaware’s House Industries recently made the headlines with the marvellous branding work they created for Richard Sachs and his cyclocross team, and his retrospective exhibition that was held at Rapha’s New York Cycle Club. Riding high on that wave, the… Read more »

Lundbeck Cycles Gravel Grinder

While a studio setting reveals the essential details, it’s always more stimulating to look upon a beautiful bicycle in a natural environment. Max Lundbeck is based in Cincinnati, Ohio, but the owner of his latest bike was moved to photograph… Read more »

Gear: Hermes Sport VK Wheel Systems

By guest writer Richard Gearing. Interbike is an annual bike industry merry-go-round that often yields a slew of product launches — some hot, others not. One set of products launched there this year that has been brought to our attention… Read more »

Bishop BIkes Rob’s Road

Winner of numerous awards at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, Baltimore’s Chris Bishop crafts frames that are already modern classics. His latest is destined for Rob, a customer in San Francisco who wanted the aesthetic of a retro racer… Read more »