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The Custom Road Bike by Guy Andrews

My advice would be to make room on your coffee table.┬áThe Custom Road Bike by Guy Andrews certainly deserves a spot. Guy takes us on a lustrously illustrated journey around the custom road bike from base materials, to components, geometry … Continue reading

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Tune Fastfoot Cranks

German CNC beauty with a modern engineering edge. Heavily CNC’d exotic components developed a reputation in the early days of fragility and of over engineering without proper attention to durability. Modern techniques emerging from better understanding or metallurgy and engineering … Continue reading

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Mavic 2012 Ksyrium SL Wheels

Exotic materials, super light, legendary build quality and a decent price tag. Could these be the perfect mid level race wheel? Factory wheels, they do get their fair share of bad press. Me? I actually really like a good factory … Continue reading

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Crank Brothers Eggbeater 11 Ti Pedals

The top of the line, 4 part Titanium Eggbeater, new for 2011 and certainly worth a look if you dare. Let’s just start by saying that you’re either a Crank Brothers person or you’re not. Personally I find them brilliant … Continue reading

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Rapha Stowaway/Wind Jacket

Rapha/Condor stow away. Fantastically breathable, super light weight (165g) and cut like a tailor would. So you can probably guess I like this jacket. Here’s why. God is in the details and the details really set this jacket off. There’s … Continue reading

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USE Carbon Pro Saddle

If you’re going to top of your finest rider with a perch of equal finery you’re not going to go far wrong with this saddle from British exotic parts co. Ultimate Sports Engineering. Take some Ti rails and mate them … Continue reading

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Product – Rapha Track Gloves

Looking for some swish gloves for city cruising? Not really for racing but still very nice. The Rapha track gloves arrive at the door smelling of sweet, soft leather. Maticlousley finished with perforated backs, accent labels and neat velcro fasteners … Continue reading

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