Pannier bursaries for touring cyclists

  We’ve been lucky enough to ride with the Pannier crew at Eroica Britannia and were excited to be at their launch earlier this year at Brooks‘ 1866 store in London. We’re already planning an adventure or two in cahoots …

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Easy riders: howies bib shorts and Cadence jersey

They’ve become my little secret. Now that the mornings are colder, I even wear them under normal clothes, feeling smug and cushioned like a super hero with padded pants on. When the sun’s out I wear them boldly, proudly, enjoying …

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End of the Road Festival

  This year we were delighted to be part of End of the Road Festival‘s independent magazine corner, curated by Oh Comely magazine. So we despatched our pal and Boneshaker contributor Julian Sayarer head over to chat about his two-wheeled adventures. He once …

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Welcome to issue #17

  With issue #17 now wrapped up and spinning round the presses of Taylor Brothers, I thought it would be a good time to look back at the last few months, and give an insight into how we turn the …

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Boneshaker Cap

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We teamed up with our friends at London cycle cafe Look Mum No Hands! to get these beauties made. Boneshaker text logo printed on the peak (above and below), Crossed Cranks design printed on each side. One size fits most …

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We could be heroes

“Barry!” people keep shouting as I ride past. But I’m not Barry. Barry is the bike. A sleek, vintage machine named after the great Barry Hoban, who once held the record for the most stage wins in the Tour de France by a British …

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Lake Jumping

View from the bike “From busting big skids down gravel roads to riding to friends’ houses around town, riding bikes has always been a passion of mine, ever since I was a kid. Another hobby I have is exploring back …

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We ride to win!

Juan Jose ‘Juanjo’ Mendez started cycle racing when he was 14, but in 1992 a motorbike accident brought his career to a sudden stop. “I was pronounced clinically dead. I was in a coma for twenty days. When I woke …

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