Journal

  1. Schindelhauer Siegfried

    Street Perfection with Schindelhauer's front Rack equipped Siegfried
  2. Velorutionary Joachim Bjerg

    Velorutionary Joachim Bjerg
    Biomega OKO What do you do for a living? I work for a large betting and gaming company based in central London. I’m a Country Manager, with the overall responsibility for a number of international focus regions. What are you passionate about? I’m a world traveler and try to get away as often as possible. London is a fantastic hub...
  3. Velorution Moulton AM Builds

    Velorution Moulton AM Builds
    These are some of the examples of our recent customer builds of AM Moulton Bikes: Moulton Jubilee 105 Moulton Marathon Moulton separable speed
  4. Ultra light Uber cool - Ahooga

    City style has never been so breezy Your options for pedal-assisted folding bikes have never been richer, but then many would argue choices remain limited for ‘doing it in style’, unless you’re willing to go to extraordinary custom-build lengths, of course. Belgium-designed Ahooga brings to the table plenty more than a smooth aesthetic and if you’ve some aspirations for something...
  5. Abus Kranium

    Abus Kranium
    Designer Anirudha Surahbi’s Kranium liner is a brilliant innovation. It’s strong, flexible, and offers unrivalled protection to your head if you’re unlucky enough to come off your bike. You hope that the helmet you wear will protect you in the a crash. But safety has been slow to progress – until now. After three years in development, the Abus Performance...
  6. A Brompton that a die hard roadie would consider

    A Brompton that a die hard roadie would consider
    BROMPTON CHPT3 Limited edition The Brompton design team worked closely with David Millar to put together an aesthetic that would encourage road cyclists to think about Brompton. A stripped back look; no mudguards or luggage. Attention to detail; premium grips and saddle. Never forgetting to keep everything lightweight; black titanium rear frame and forks, kojak tyres. A performance Brompton for the...
  7. Velorution acquire Fitzrovia Bicycles

    Jonathan Cole our managing director comments, "We are really excited to welcome Fitzrovia Bicycles to the Velorution family with our acquisition of certain assets of this  iconic bike store" The acquisition was made after Fitzrovia based in New Cavendish street reached the end of their current lease. Spiralling rents and rates in the area made it impossible for the store, which had a very heavy focus...
  8. Velorutionary - Veronica Bailey

    Velorutionary - Veronica Bailey
    What do you do for a living? I'm a photographic fine artist , specialising in still life. My work has shown worldwide, with limited edition prints available through my studio, galleries, and art fairs like Photo London and Paris Photo. What are you passionate about? Primarily art, architecture and sculpture. Old cameras fascinate me. I bought a vintage Mamiya from...
  9. Velorutionary - Guy House

    Velorutionary - Guy House
    What do you do for a living? I’m a Property Underwriter at Lloyd’s of London specialising in US markets. What are you passionate about? Food! I love it! Primarily eating. That pushed my enthusiasm to cook it properly, conjuring up meals for friends is always a joy. London has a multi- cultural outlook on food, whether it be fine dining...
  10. Velorutionary - Julian Vogel

    Velorutionary - Julian Vogel
    What do you do for a living? I’m co-owner of a fashion and beauty lifestyle brand communications consultancy ‘MODUS’ based in London. I work with British and international clients creating strategies to communicate their products and services. For me it’s about how we tell their story, through events like runway shows at Fashion Week, artist collaborations, photographic campaigns, seeing their...
  11. Velorutionary - David Kallo

    Velorutionary - David Kallo
    What do you do for a living? I’m a singer, dancer, actor, model and painter. Currently I’m working in front of the camera with Warner Brothers, dancing amenco at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, modelling at the Royal Academy, and painting my own classic artwork for exhibitions. I o en sing classic jazz, with a long line of musicians in my family...
  12. Velorutionary - Marc Simon

    Velorutionary - Marc Simon
    What do you do for a living? I run an independent dental surgery supply and maintenance company, and have done since 1988. What are you passionate about? My passions are often competing for maximum exposure. I am a very keen and pretty useful cook. I like to shop for good and, when possible, interesting and locally sourced ingredients from Farmers’...