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Just Not Cricket

For a month, last autumn, Freddie Flintoff and I pedalled along what is perhaps the most controversial road in the world. The Trans-Amazonian Highway was built by the Brazilian military dictatorship in the early 1970s, to open up the southern Amazon basin for colonization and economic exploitation. In a grandiose economic experiment, the proposal was to re-settle 100,000 families from agricultu..

April 4th, 2014

650b - Not Just For MTB

A lot of you might will be surprised to see a dropbar 650b bike in our 2014 range (Col du Glandon). Whilst the ‘inbetweener’ wheel size is the current hot trend in the mtb world, we’ve been thinking outside of the box somewhat and have deemed it the ideal basis for an alternative format jack-of-all-trades dropbar bike aimed at both shorter and younger riders. Here’s why...

February 12th, 2014

Virgile & Marion's Americas Adventure - Pt.5

Montana, Wyoming, Colorado After three days of excellent relaxation and rest, a salmon omelette and a few peanut butter pancakes to replenish ..

January 16th, 2014

Benji Goes Bikepacking

Benji Haworth and Ed Oxley head to the hills for a bikepacking adventure! A pair of mountain bikes. A bunch of frame bags. A couple of GoPro ca..

November 27th, 2013

Volare vs. Mt. Etna

Team rider and Madison Press Officer has just returned from Italy where he was putting the Volare Team production bike through it's paces in th..

October 25th, 2013

Virgile & Marion's Americas Adventure - Pt.4

The air was hot and dry when we left Edmonton. Ahead of us, in the distance, the Rockies and the Great Divide, our path for the coming months,..

October 9th, 2013

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