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Readers’ Rigs: Loren’s Litespeed Archon T1

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.

Readers’ Rigs: Calfee MantaFly 101

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.

Readers’ Rigs: Lotus Supreme 1985

Today's Readers' Rigs machine is possibly a record breaker for this column. No it's not the fastest, not the prettiest and certainly not the lightest machine we've had featured but this Lotus Supreme is quite possibly the longest owned rig being bought by owner Mario way back in 1985 and ridden almost daily since.

Readers’ Rigs: Serotta CSI

Today's Readers' Rigs is no latest generation show pony carbon wonderbike, instead it's a Real Steel semi-custom from the folks at Serrotta that has proven a worthy Rig for its owner Brock who has owned his bike for 20 years now...

Writers’ Rigs – Chuck Peña’s Felt FC

Writers'Rigs: We have all seen Chuck Peña's fine Felt FC bike in his wheel, chainring and saddle reviews in the past, but we've not heard too much about the steed its self. Not to miss a chance to show off his bike and describe the ins and outs of its existence... Chuck's Writers' Rig in detail.

Ed’s New Year Rant – Cycling’s Biggest Questions Answered

Ed's Rant: 2020 and a new season is about to start, but there are a few unanswered question rattling around we need to address before we go any further. They maybe 'What Ifs' and 'Should Haves' but still important nonetheless. From Lance Armstrong to retro equipment, Ed hood brings the curtain down on those burning puzzles of the past... maybe.

Readers’ Rigs: Karl’s Life of Reilly!

Karl Strugnell has come back to cycling after a break and is making a good go at it. But what about his bike? Specialist frame builders Reilly have built him a titanium work of art, which is also the perfect tool for his big return to the sport.