Bikes of the Bunch

Bikes of the Bunch: Tyler Farrar’s rescue bike

Today’s edition of Bikes of the Bunch is a little different. Less focused on the bike itself and the reason the owner bought it, this edition is about the story that thrust this particular bike into the spotlight at this week’s Tour Down Under. Dave Everett has the story. Anthony Tooman is the man that […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Curve Ti Belgie

In today’s edition of Bikes of the Bunch, Melbourne-based cyclist Steve Demchinsky tells the story of how (and why) he came to be the owner of a new Curve Cycling titanium Belgie. I sold my 2007 Giant TCR about a year ago and had been commuting around on a heavy steel touring bike. It was […]


Bikes of the Bunch: custom 953 RS Frezoni

In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, Alex Davey shares the bike that he commissioned Joe Cosgrove to build in 2014. He wanted a bike that would honour the craft, the materials, and the componentry. Joe Cosgrove is well known for his frame painting — he paints all Llewellyn frames — yet he originally […]


Bikes of the bunch: custom Sarto Dinamica

In this issue of Bikes of the Bunch, Greg Rosich takes us through the process of ordering a custom Sarto frameset; a process that started in the kitchen of his house. “What bike is that?” This is usually the first question I get asked when people see my bike for the first time. Sarto bikes […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Colnago Gulf C60

In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, Trent Iliffe shares the story behind his new Colnago C60, which involved custom paint that was inspired by an old Steve McQueen film. I update my bike every few years or when there is a reason to get a new bike. This time it was driven by […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Eddy Merckx ‘Team Weinmann’ Corsa Extra

In the latest edition of Bikes of the Bunch, Fyxo founder Andy White shares some words about and photos of a recent Eddy Merckx ‘Team Weinmann’ Corsa Extra build. As Andy explains, “it’s an original classic from 1991, cobbled together with spares lying around.” This bike has some history. It was sourced NOS from the […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Cipollini RB1K

In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, Paul Howard tells us about his new Cipollini RB1K. It was a dream build but the circumstances that lead to it were quite unexpected. I can’t quite remember where and when I first laid eyes on a Cipollini RB1K but I remember posting an image on social […]


Bikes of the Bunch: English Cycles Team Issue Disc

In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, Adam Kennedy tells us about his road disc bike built by Rob English. The bike embraces the new braking system and features more of Rob’s trademark cable routing strategies to keep the front end clean, both aesthetically and aerodynamically. I had just joined the English Cycles racing […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Colnago Master X-Light 30th Anniversary Edition

In this week’s Bikes of the Bunch we check out a 2013 Colnago Master X-Light 30th Anniversary edition. As the bike’s owner Ric Falconer explains, the build represents an attempt to fuse the old and the new into something fashionable yet functional. Colnago is responsible for building some of the most recognisable frames in the […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Canyon Projekt 3.7

While Dave Everett and I were making our way down to Eurobike we decided to stop in at the Canyon headquarters in Koblenz, Germany. Among the many amazing things we saw (which we’ll write about in a factory tour article later) we noticed this interesting bike being displayed on the wall. ‘Projekt 3.7’ is a […]