TOKYO FIXED TAKE CARE OF THE VULPINE FEATHER

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I still pinch myself that we’re mixing it with the big boys in Tokyo Fixed, one of the highest profile bikes shops in the Galactic Empire.
I’m off for a last hurrah before we have our first sproglet, so I decided a nice home for my Vulpine bike built by Ricky Feather was here… Continue reading TOKYO FIXED TAKE CARE OF THE VULPINE FEATHER

REVEALING THE VULPINE FEATHER

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15 minutes before the Vulpine Cycling Fete opened last week, a green bike appeared on the Vulpine stand. I was running around like a loon making sure everyone was fine but I stopped. There are probably scorch marks on the carpet…. Continue reading REVEALING THE VULPINE FEATHER

ANDY EDWARDS VINTAGE JERSEY COLLECTION

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A 2nd cat road racer, advised by Robert Millar, and his beloved jersey collection. Continue reading ANDY EDWARDS VINTAGE JERSEY COLLECTION

A FOND FAREWELL TO A UNIQUE COLNAGO

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It was supposed to be forever. A bike I would have throughout my life. The components might be replaced, but the steel heart would remain. Continue reading A FOND FAREWELL TO A UNIQUE COLNAGO

IMPURE BIKE THOUGHTS, PART I: CHAINSETS

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I, like most people, have slightly naughty thoughts about various things. Most of my thoughts involve ladies, but amongst these desires there is a liberal smattering of bike related paraphernalia. Thankfully for my long suffering wife I’ve not tried to combine the two. Yet.
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