The phrase “Made In America”, still carries weight in my book. To me it’s a term synonymous with craftsmanship, detail, ingenuity and most importantly, pride. Regardless of where it’s made, there’s something truly special about a hand-made item created by a skilled craftsman. Read More
I would probably hang this bike on my wall before I rode it. Keeping the tarnish off of the copper platting I’m sure would be a labor of love for the proud owner. The Madison Street by Detroit Bicycle is beautiful. $3200 Read More
Built in collaboration with American manufacturer Specialized, the racing road bicycle has been designed Chris D’Aluisio, Head of Research and Development for the latter company, and features an aerodynamic frame built entirely out of carbon fibre. $9000 Read More
Produced in Freiburg, Germany at Waldmeister, this amazing bike was originaly a concept built by designer Marcus Wallenberg Meyer, in even won the prestigious “Brand New Award” at ISPO. The prototype was so succesful, it is now in production in a limited edition. It features a wooden frame, with fork and wheels of carbon, and truvativ crank, stem, and handlebars. Read More
Serving as a tribute to the Maserati 8CTF vehicle that won the Indianapolis 500, the Montante for Maserati bike has been produced in only 200 units in honor of the 200 lap race. Read More
it’s hard to invent something new and creative in the field of bycicle design. Industrial designer Yuji Fujimura has done just that by creating the concept electric bike Ver2. Its main features in addition to environmental friendliness are folding pedals and handlebars.
VANMOOF is an ambitious young Dutch company that originated out of love for bicycles. With a talented young development team and a fresh business approach, VANMOOF’s goal is to help the ambitious urbanite worldwide move around town by bike and in style. Read More