Tokyo Fixed is back and as good-looking as ever

2 months ago

After hearing the sad news that the beautiful Kinoko Cycles in London is set for closure, it was good to hear that the store’s predecessor Tokyo Fixed is back with a new lookbook and product range (available from…



The ultimate urban utility bike?

2 months ago

The Oregon Manifest was a recent bicycle design project which partnered five design firms with American bicycle craftsmen to collaboratively develop concepts for new bikes. The winning bike was Denny, the brainchild of design firm…



Any colour as long as it’s black

2 months ago

Style Selection #25 | Compiled by Joachim Baan I’ve made a selection of accessories and things we love that go well with my custom build Elian Road Bike. A selection of black beauties. All focussed on…



Three friends. Three gears. Three hundred kilometres of road.

3 months ago

Everyone is excited about the Tour de France — the longest, toughest race in the world — coming to London. But (shhhhh) it’s actually quite an easy ride for the professionals with their bicycles-that cost-the-same-as-family-cars,…



A colourfully clever solution to slippery pedals

3 months ago

The only real modification I’ve made to my everyday bike is putting on mountain biking pedals, which are covered in tiny studs for extra grip. An effective fix but not something that looks good on a…



We were fought by men very fast: Emily Maye exhibits at Beach London

3 months ago

Professional sport is relentlessly documented by photographers. They sit on the sidelines with zoom lenses, snapping and snapping and snapping, and we see their images splashed across newspapers the next day. But in spite of…



Feed my Ride musettes in celebration of the Grand Départ 2014

3 months ago

Curated and made by Progress Packaging in celebration of the Grand Départ 2014 in Yorkshire, Feed my Ride is a new collection of cycling musettes by leading designers and illustrators. Featuring British graphic design studios including Build…



Eighty years old and still cycling

4 months ago

If you enjoy something, why stop? It’s a simple mantra and —thankfully — one that most definitely applies to riding bicycles. French film-maker Florent Piovesan shot this touching short film about his grandfather Benjamin as…