Bikes of the Bunch
Bikes of the Bunch: Tristan Thomas’ “The Number 1″
In today’s edition of Bikes of the Bunch we feature a bike that Tristan Thomas, founder of New Zealand-based custom wheelbuilder Wheelworks, built for and by himself. The following article, written by Tristan, tells the story behind the bike he calls “The Number 1″ and why it means so much to him.
Bikes of the Bunch: Baum Corretto
Baum is of course an Australian brand of handmade bikes, manufactured in Geelong by framebuilder extraordinaire Darren Baum, but the Baum Corretto featured in today’s Bikes of the Bunch made its way to Californian owner Jason via the Above Category bike shop Sausalito, just outside San Francisco. Jason wrote the following about why he chose […]
Bikes of the Bunch: Donhou Signature Steel DSS1
You might recognise the name Donhou Bikes from the “100mph Bike” they built a while back; a bike with a 104-tooth chainring. Well, Donhou is now also producing a handcrafted stock model called the Signature Steel. We spoke with Donhou Bicycles founder Tom Donhou, and the proud owner of a Signature Steel, David Ollerhead, about […]
Bikes of the Bunch: Pegoretti Marcelo
In the latest edition of Bikes of the Bunch we feature a steel-framed Pegoretti Marcelo, owned by a cyclist in the US and bought through the Californian bike shop Above Category.
Bikes of the Bunch: Independent Fabrication Ti Crown Jewel
It’s Friday afternoon which means it’s time for another edition of Bikes of the Bunch. In this week’s instalment Tony Rush tells us about his Independent Fabrication Ti Crown Jewel, the custom build process and why he chose this particular bike.
Bikes of the Bunch: Wittson Cycles Suppresio
It’s Friday afternoon which means it’s time for another edition of Bikes of the Bunch. In today’s instalment we feature the titanium-framed Suppresio road bike from Lithuanian-based custom frame builders, Wittson Cycles, which was built especially for the Bespoked UK Handmade Bike Show. We asked Suppresio owner Andy James to tell us a bit about […]