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Readers’ Rigs: Specialized Allez E5

Today's Readers' Rigs is something different - Adam from California is in love with his rig - that's nothing new, but he hasn't just sent us pics and a story about his pimped out racing bike. No, instead he's sent us a story about his vanity styled training bike, an all black stealth Specialized Allez E5.

Readers’ Rigs: Matt’s 3Rensho

We don't get many track bikes on 'Readers' Rigs' and we have never had a classic Japanese sprinters bike... Until now. Matt in Seattle has sent us his beautiful 3Rensho, built by Shinichi Konno of Cherubim, to marvel at.

Readers’ Rigs: Pinarello Prince

Today's Readers' Rig is an undeniably flashy ride with its bold Spanish Champion's paint scheme and Corima Carbon wheels this Pinarello Prince stands out on the roads of Ireland as its owner races it hard in the local Master's races.

Readers’ Rigs: Bianchi Oltre XR.2 Special!

We welcome back one of our most famous Readers' Rigs alumni, George from San Diego. His new rig is an Italian stallion, Bianche Oltre XR.2 like no other with custom celeste touches throughout and a truly unique Campag/Sram E-Tap 4 speed gearing setup!

Readers’ Rigs: Colnago Master Bi-Titan

The mid 90's was a super time in bike technology and today's Rig is a great example from that era - a double down tubed Colnago Master Bi-Titan decked out with a full Campagnolo set up and period correct components.

Readers’ Rig: Colnago Tecnos

Back in the 1990's Colnago was the dream of many cyclists and it was certainly the case for today's reader, Peter from the UK. Peter actually bought his rare Tecnos frame back in that era and has lovingly cared for it ever since.

A Beautiful Replica: Lucho Herrera’s Pinarello

Retro GT Winners Bike: Egan Bernal was the first Colombian to win the Tour de France, but Lucho Herrera was the first Colombian and South American to win a Grand Tour - La Vuelta a España 1987. Both Bernal and Herrera rode a Pinarello, Herrera later in his career. Ed Hood has a look at an exact replica of Herrera's Pinarello from Treviso.