Today's Readers' Rig is a Canadian custom classic - A Marinoni made with Colombus SLX steel tubes in Quebec. Keith's pride and joy is finished in Eddy Merckx Molteni colours, but has an individuality of its own. A real classic.
Today's Readers' Rig is a real 'beaut' from down-under. Nic had a Baum Orbis frame hand-made in remembrance of his grandmother and then shod it with SRAM Etap and a pair of Schmolke wheels. Nic tells us all about it, along with some great photos.
Today's Readers' Rig is special piece of titanium work by Litespeed. Loren in California is a very lucky guy to have this bike and a wife who bought it for him as an anniversary present. Shimano Dura-Ace and C50 wheels make this a top steed to be proud of.
This weeks Readers' Rig comes all the way from Northern Colorado Rockies and is multi use Cinelli bike all the way from Italy, and yes, it's made with Columbus aluminum tubes. Shane wanted a workhorse he could throw around that would punch above its weight. It's certainly a beauty.
Many of us ride Chinese made bikes but not many of us actually bought them in China like today's Reader, Phillip. Whilst working and living in Shanghai, Phillip decided to get himself a custom titanium 'Falco' that he now enjoys on home roads of Victoria, Australia.
Today's Readers' Rig is a totally custom rear suspension Calfee MantaFly 101 owned by PEZ fan Andrew. Individual colors, Durace Di2, a selection of nice wheels to choose from and plenty of custom touches means Andrew and his Calfee get plenty of attention on his home roads of Colorado.