Bikes Of The Bunch

Paddles new 3D printed Bastion bike - the inaugural ride in Melbourne

SATURDAY NOV 5 / 2016 / by Andrew Talati

Paddles’ new 3D printed bike by a local manufacturer Bastion bikes, based in Melbourn

Sean and his pristine restored 1984 Pinarello Montello - St Kilda Victoria

FRIDAY OCT 23 / 2015 / by Andrew Talati

A chance meeting on a ride led Sean to own a pristine, restored 1984 Pinarello Montello which is now his fair weather bike.

Maxines Purple Bike - Melbourne Victoria

MONDAY AUG 10 / 2015 / by Andrew Talati

From the frame, to the lights and the pedal straps, Maxine’s purple bike is both a commuter bike and her weekend ride.

Getting the Tandem – it nearly did not happen Glenelg South Australia

THURSDAY APR 30 / 2015 / by Andrew Talati

A ride about the tandem bike that very nearly didn’t happen – the effort to get there – and the result the Euride Mercedes Benz Tandem Project team achieved. 

Andy – Zeus Masi and more - Melbourne Victoria

WEDNESDAY MAR 11 / 2015 / by Andrew Talati

There are 7 bikes in Andy’s house and wheels everywhere but which is his favourite ride?

Leonie and her Boda Boda Cargo Cruiser

MONDAY FEB 16 / 2015 / by Andrew Talati

Leonie has added some awesome accessories to her bike to make the commute to daycare and work that much easier.

Marks Fixed - fixed Milani bike

MONDAY FEB 9 / 2015 / by Andrew Talati

Find out more about Mark’s track bike he uses to get around town and to commute to and from work in Melbourne.

Laura and Casper – her glow in the bike from Lekker – Carlton Victoria

THURSDAY DEC 18 / 2014 / by Andrew Talati

Casper the glow in the dark bike from Lekker Bikes in North Melbourne gets Laura everywhere she needs to be.

Matts need for speed - 80 tooth monster - Westgarth Victoria

MONDAY DEC 8 / 2014 / by Andrew Talati

Matt’s favourite bike reaches 75 km/h powered by a whooping 80 tooth gear.

Mick and his Timber Bike - St Kilda Victoria

MONDAY DEC 1 / 2014 / by Andrew Talati

One of a kind in Australia. All the way from Portland, Oregon Mick’s timber bike weighs in at only 7.8kgs, including pedals.