Posts Tagged ‘club’

Regent Cycling Club.

August 8, 2011

These guys clearly meant business.

Seen here.

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Europe and the MCC.

July 13, 2011

Kieran Young, Rapha representative, Mobile cycle club nomad, Spinwell EU correspondent and all round nice guy just sent me these pics of his past couple months of travelling around Europe with the Rapha mobile cycle club.

I’v said it before and I’ll say it again, what an ace way of spending the summer!

Beautiful Machines.

July 7, 2010

Photos sent in to me by my good pal and London correspondent, Kieran Young.

From what I gather this is the Rapha Cycling Club’s latest exhibition of ‘beautiful machines’ that were at some point ridden in the grand tour. Anyone want to correct me on that, feel free.

Either way, lovely bikes and that Raliegh has me salivating no-end.

Cheers for the link up K.

Rapha Pops up.

May 4, 2010

On the 8th May Rapha Cycle Club will open in London. A combination of gallery, shop and café, the Cycle Club is a meeting place and hub for road riders. Unlike most ‘pop up’ stores, the Rapha Cycle Club will be more than just a retail space. With live screenings of road races and a full calendar of exhibitions and events, the Rapha Cycle Club will be a home for the sport and culture of road racing. This is the ultimate Rapha experience.

An extensive range of Rapha products including a limited edition collection of Cycle Club items, as well as food and drink. Various screenings and exhibitions will take place including every stage of the Giro and the Tour, and exhibitions celebrating Fausto Coppi and the centenary of the Col du Tourmalet.

Definitely need to check this out.
More info.

Club Racer Hotness.

March 12, 2010



The build: Stainless steel King cages, EDGE bars, seatpost, rims and stem, Campagnolo super record gruppo, White Industries hubs, White Brooks saddle, Paul Racer brakes, Challenge Roubaix tubular tires, Honjo stainless steel fenders, Chris King headset, Nitto M-18 rack, and a custom BaileyWorks rack bag, all mounted on a titanium lugged frame with carbon fiber tubes…. and of course a custom IF Club Racer fork.

Absolutely lugtastic! What a beaut this is. The more I see Independent fabrication’s work the more I want to be involved and when I say involved I mean… I want.

Seen.

My Beloved.

February 18, 2010

Loving the utilitarian look of number two The Morton and the Flamme Rouge is a beast too!

Beloved framesets are the physical manifestation of the Cycle Works Oregon mission. Handcrafted for each individual, they are balanced, purposeful, elegant, confident and capable. We use steel because it has all the mechanical and ride qualities we wish to evoke – French Constructeur inspired simplicity at its very best.

Beloved cycles.

Another Reminder.

July 3, 2009

Weekend Workers Fixed Gear Social Club… Soon Come!

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