Bespoked 2017

Bespoked is a wonderland of the world’s finest hand-built treasures, from one-offs like Dear Susan‘s beachcomber bike, or this specially adapted bike for children with dwarfism, built by Curtis Bikes to world-class adventure machines like this from Talbot Frameworks, complete …

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Beulah route map

Beulah

Beulah, a collaborative film between Pannier and Brother Cycles, follows their unsupported cycle trip to explore the Cape Wrath track – a journey inspired by a 1970s OS Map of the most north-westerly part of Scotland. Filmed by Boneshaker designer, …

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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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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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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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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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Digging in the dirt

When it comes to travel and discovery, I’m a devout believer that cycling strikes a sublime and natural balance. It encourages an immersion within the planet around us, at a pace that’s in keeping with the evolution of our minds. …

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The Ups & Downs

It was the end of spring, and it was another day at the office. A drag. A chore. A career path that I didn’t believe in. Later, I’d realise that this was the day that shifted my direction. It was …

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