Touted by the Telegraph media as “the mother of all folding bicycles”, Bromptons are engineered and hand-built in United Kingdom. The patented ingenious 3-part fold transforms the bicycle into a neat portable package that can easily be hand carried into a train or car thus giving you mobility for short transit rides around the city. Now in a plethora of colors, gears and even titanium parts giving you more choice than ever before.
Cervélo is always at the forefront of aerodynamics, striving to make each bike go faster and climb more efficiently. It’s famed for using CAD, computational fluid dynamics and wind tunnel testing. Currently ridden by the top Pro Tour Team Jumbo Visma.
Ernesto Colnago built bicycles from his heart since 1954. The Palmares and titles keeps on coming and now Tadej Pogacar is the Tour de France winner for the last 2 years on a Colnago. Steel frames, carbon tubing, lugs, titanium, Colnago has seen it all and still producing winners each year.
LOOK based in Nevers France, is a company that makes frames and components for high end racing bikes. In 1984, LOOK created the first clipless pedals and that helped Bernard Hinault win the Tour de France. LOOK went on to create the first bonded and carbon lugged frame. Carbon development is still the forte of LOOK until today. The rest as they say, is history.
After winning 7 out of 10 of the last Tour De France, Pinarello is at the forefront of what you would call ‘a high-end Pro-Tour bike’. It’s a brand with an Italian DNA with a rich legacy, Owning a Pinarello is more than just owning a bike. It is the realization of a dream, the feeling of owning something really special. They’re now at the forefront of carbon fibre technology with the Pinarello Dogma F. From the curved Onda-type seatstays and curved fork to the unique shaped downtube, the design screams ‘ride me’.
Specialized is always at the forefront of bicycle technology creating the award-winning Stumpjumper MTB. They moved onto road bikes shortly after and that winning spirit followed Specialized and now they supply up to 4 different Pro Tour teams. The lastest being Remco Evenepoel coming in the champion at Vuelta 2022 on an S-Works Tarmac SL7.