You all know the joke about how many bikes you need? The answer: n+1, just one more than you’ve got now! Will wanted to slay this equation with one bike to rule them all, for road, commuting and even gravel/CX riding. Like all the best builds Will based his frame on a bike he already
People often ask about having titanium forks made to go with their frames and it’s something I normally caution against. We all remember the pictures of the snapped Spicer forks that did the rounds of the Internet about ten years ago, right? But surely lessons have been learned by now? Are twin bladed titanium forks
And now, as a bit of a late Christmas present, we have something slightly different. Jurien likes his small wheelers and is a big fan of the Swift folders made by Xootr, but what to do when your current bike is coming to the end of it’s life and you want something unique to replace it?
Now we’re talking – one of the most interesting features of the recent trade shows was this truss fork from Van Nicholas. Van Nic do all their own design work and use Hi-Light in China for their manufacturing (or at least they used to). They were looking for a fork that would provide plenty of clearance for
Cielo Rosso might sound like an Italian frame builder from the ’60’s but it’s the name Neil Watts chose for his bespoke bikes. Neil has turned his passion for cycling into his business and now supplies various components direct from the Far East including titanium and carbon frames and carbon wheels. Neil is also able