A seaside ride along Japan’s Seto Inland Sea proves that sometimes it’s the most unlikely factors that contribute to the perfect cycling trip. I am standing in a long, light white tunnel with nautical mosaics on the walls. No cars or lorries are allowed in here. It’s for cyclists and walkers only. I am so delighted, I sing; the acoustics,...
The Handmade Bicycle Show Australia is back for 2019. Larger and more diverse, the show will again be held at the Meat Market in North Melbourne, 26-28 April 2019. Visitors to the show will see many of the best handmade bicycles and
This clip tells the story of Kiwi Rob Pollock, who applies his former experience kitting out custom car interiors to woodgraining bicycles – giving them an entirely unique look.
It’s Parisian, it’s made from hickory wood, it’s very very old. It’s La Souplette! La Souplette, a hickory bicycle made in Paris around 1897, epitomises the style and innovation of “La Belle Epoque”. It is a favourite of our collection and a
This short film about Brooklyn’s 718 Cyclery makes us feel all warm and fuzzy. 718 Cyclery takes pride in collaboratively designing and building bikes for its customers to meet their specific cycling requirements. Says bike builder, Joe: “You’re almost like a therapist in
In just four years this Spanish brand has a dedicated following among urban cyclists. We find out why. Southern Europe, think France, Spain and Italy, is famous for cycling. All three countries have historic road cycle races and each has the warm