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Bicycles
19.08.11
Resurrection
No messing here: the inner chainring is the beefier Record version with additional braces. The outer, however, has not escaped the pantographer’s deft touch. The GT logo can be seen clearly, and small, subtle grooves have been milled to shave grams without reducing rigidity. The “over the top” cable guide for the rear derailleur can also be seen which, despite being awkward to clean, did provide a smooth route for the inner wire.

Let's go back to a time when the appearance and efficiency of a bicycle mattered far more.

Bicycles
07.06.12
BMC
BMC

Rouleur tours a model of Swiss precision, the BMC factory in Grenchen, and meets the indust

Bicycles
17.06.14
Eddy and Me

How do you choose that very first racing bike? A photo of Eddy Merckx provided the answer

Bicycles
12.09.14
Wrapped

An intimate reflection on the intricacies

Bicycles
04.02.15

The importance of alignment with Rohan Dubash

Bicycles
12.02.15

Reports of a bicycle's demise can be greatly exaggerated...

Bicycles
08.03.15

A device for bending mudguard stays?

Bicycles
24.03.15

From Campagnolo's Full Race Mechanics' tool kit to an adapted talcum powder dispenser: R

Bicycles
15.05.15

A fail-safe plan for improved performance, achieved at a fraction of the usual cost?

Bicycles
18.06.15
Bicycle mechanic, frame in workstand, silhouette, Rohan Dubash, pic: Rouleur/Jon Denham

A vintage machine restored for the Retro Ronde, and a contemporary carbon frame at the hear