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  • Mark

    While I love the yipsan city bike… I have a fundamental issue with any city bike that doesn’t have the ability to mount fenders (or racks on the rear)! Grrrrrr

  • Anonymous

    Awesome photos, thankyou

  • There’s some beautiful bikes there. Thanks for the post.

    One minor error in the links – the link to best lugged bike is a duplicate of the link to the best city bike instead.

    • Thanks for that Hamish. That should be fixed now. :)

      • And so it is. Thanks Matt. For really beautiful lug work check out Llewlyn Cycles, made in Australia.

  • I’m pleased that my new Enigma (British) is pretty similar to the Erikson which won best titanium road bike. The frame’s not quite so light though.

  • Notso Swift

    I may have said it last year, but seems the award winners are always the same companies…

  • Todd!

    Amazing work. I like to see the work here filter through to main stream bikes over the next 12 months.

  • Antony Day

    I’m very surprised the wooden bike is not a fixie – seems a shame to pair those flowing lines and colour with clusters and cables instead of a simple gear train.

  • That Kelson bike is the biz – nice lines. Anyone know what the handlebars on it are? Nice shape – Enve perhaps?

  • Tom

    Gaulzetti Cazzo built with PegoRichie steel

    • I’ve just taken delivery of one – awesome bike!

  • What no English ??? You should check out Rob’s TT machine, so much fab in that one no wonder it took best in show.

  • Integratedcommentator

    Cherubim’s idea of an integrated stem looks totally ridiculous/dangerous to me.

  • Dubonbike

    the eriksen is a fantastic ride and kent is great to deal with. With the exchange rate currently in our favour there is no better time to invest in a frame or bike from top tier US frame builders


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