This is the bike we’ve built for the 2023 Machine Competition, which takes place during the 20th edition of the Paris-Brest-Paris. Talking about it here would take too long, but you can find out all about it in the technical file presented to the competition’s jury by clicking here!
Here’s the first Voyager to leave the workshop! Patrice, its owner, gave us carte blanche to create his new bike. Using European machined parts such as the Hope headset, Tune hubs and Ingrid crankset, our aim was to create a bike that was as pleasing to ride as it is to look at.
Learn more about the Voyager here..
Here it is, the first Mudslayer to be completed! We couldn’t wait for it to get painted before showing you the first photos… While you’re waiting to take yours for a spin in the mud, you can find out more about this model here.
A timeless and light weight steel road bike made for purists. Learn more about this model here.
The ultimate racing steel fixed gear, here, built as an unpainted prototype. Learn more about it here.
A lightweight and versatile steel fixed gear. Whether you’re up for a race or just out to grab a cup of coffee, this frame will perfectly adapt to your mood. Learn more about it here.
After seeing our Setonix race at this year’s RadRace last Wo/man, Lukas decided to go for the custom steel frame experience. As he himself was a finalist in the 2023 race, he had a very clear idea of what he wanted. A 30mm bb drop, integrated steel seat tube, custom steel fork, mudguard braze-ons, 32mm tyre clearance - it’s all there.
Pauline and Jean asked us to make their dream frames. As ultra-distance cyclists, they needed high performance frames that could also incorporate lights and weather protection for their long rides. When it comes to the paintwork, the combination of pearlescent white, alcohol inks and gold leaf looks stunning. We can’t wait to see these bikes covering thousands of kilometres!
Tight and track bikes are meant to be part of the same sentence, right? This crazy frameset is the result of hours and hours of mind torture and meticulous craft to aim for one of the shortest track bike ever seen. Starting from a super rusty and bent road Mecacycle Turbo frame, I just salvaged a part of the original seat tube and built a very different frame instead. The bike ended up just like I pictured it and believe me, it rides just as good as it looks!
This bike has a special meaning. I met its owner when I was fifteen years old and believe me, without him, you’d probably never have heard of Quokka. To thank him for his precious stories and advices he gave me, we took the time to build him this randonneur for his birthday. Quite a nice gift, right…?
After being abandoned for too many years in the attic, this frame deserved a proper rescue. I got it with both seat stays completely bent after a crash. I decided to offer it a nice segmented wishbone and fork to fit up to 26x2.30” tires to avoid any risk of crashing while shredding the streets as well as tricky MTB paths.