Brooks Dashing Bikes and Pelago Bicycles

What a beautiful union this is: two of Boneshaker’s much-loved partners collaborating to create a very special bicycle indeed. As readers of Boneshaker 17 and Boneshaker 18 will know, Pelago are based in Helsinki, Finland, where they build timeless bikes of a decidedly …

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A look inside issue #18

So ends a poem you’ll find lost amid these pages, touching on some of what this issue revolves around… Smells and sounds, newness and nostalgia, lust for life, pell-mell pelting against the clock, riding with newborns and new limbs, and several …

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Danny’s Day Out

That MacAskill chap’s had a grand day out in the glorious greenery around Edinburgh. NB – cycling along railway lines is NOT recommended in the Highway Code. Or on giant hay bales for that matter. Or over houses. Now go …

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Brexit, Bikes & the Bigger Picture

Author, journalist and round-the-world record-breaker Julian Sayarer‘s writing has appeared in several issues of Boneshaker over the years. Here, in a special long-form feature from the road, he shares thoughts on an unravelling in Europe… Four years ago, leaving the UK …

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Adventure just got sexy

Actually, scratch that. Adventure’s always been sexy. But the world’s two-wheeled explorers just got a very good lookin’ piece of kit to hit the trails with – Brother’s new Kepler Disc. We had a great (if extremely wet) time riding with Will from …

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Join us

We’re after a couple of friendly folks to help keep the good ship Boneshaker sailing: RETAIL WONK (FREELANCE) Boneshaker is on the look out for an enthusiastic admin pixie to help manage our web shop from Jan 2016 onwards. This will …

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Racing through the site

Photographer Matthew Stone shot these images from high up in an unfinished building as the Red Hook Crit bike race wound its way around the construction site below. “Being that high up and feeling exposed in the hollow concrete structure …

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A look inside #17

Riding out across this issue are paint-fox-hunting city races, explorations across Europe, Asia and the Americas, thoughts on the poetry of departure and the mystery of retelling the ride on your return. You’ll find our first cyclists’ directory amidst a …

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Whose roads?

Against my better judgement, I’ve just read an especially feeble-minded piece of trolling by the Metro writer, Yvette Caster. It’s so daft I should have ignored it, I know. But I couldn’t let it lie. Just in case there’s anyone daft enough …

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