Pegoretti

10 Apr 19
CapoVelo.com

article by Juan Montalvo BlackSmith Cycle is not the kind of importer/retailer that invites just any old bike brand into its emporium. Rather, they are a highly discerning, highly specialized boutique that focuses primarily on bespoke bicycles.  Indeed, their quest seems to be all about sourcing the finest artisan bicycles from across the world. And, […]

27 Mar 19
CapoVelo.com

article by Greg Honn The tribute to the late Dario Pegoretti (who died in August 2018) at this year’s North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) in Sacramento, California displayed some of his finest work, further solidifying his place in the annals of the artisan framebuilding world. However, the road to Pegoretti becoming a world renown […]

27 Mar 19
Bikerumor

This year, Toronto-based specialty shop Blacksmith Cycle upped their presence at NAHBS by bringing three of their clients along to their booth. Not only are they one of the few shops in North America that actually stock a wide range of extremely high end brands, but they crank out the custom jobs for customers throughout […]

10 Mar 19
the accidental randonneur

This was a very different ride, but a welcome one to have and a great change of pace. As my friend Lito Vicencio told me, “who says cycling and culture can’t mix?”

15 Oct 18
The Utah Randonneur

This is a bike that you dont see everyday! The frame was built by Lino Messori of Modena Italy in 1984. Examples of his bikes are hard to come by as is information on the marque. Only about 150 bikes exhibiting his name were ever built! I acquired this bike as a frame and fork […]

04 Feb 19
The European Sting - Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology - europeansting.com

This article was exclusively written for The European Sting by Ms. Priscila Pegoretti, a third-semester medical student at the Universidade Regional de Blumenau(FURB) in Brazil. She is affiliated to the International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA), cordial partner of The Sting. The opinions expressed in this piece belong strictly to the writer and do not necessarily reflect IFMSA’s view […]

01 Jan 19
Two Grumpy Men

So as usual, I missed the morning group ride. Usual reason, hit the snooze button and somehow never heard the 2nd ring blah blah blah…. Normally that would have been the end of it and the rest of the day would be filled with the usual ‘boh-liao’ stuff like housework, laundry, washing etc… but somehow […]

22 Dec 18

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18 Dec 18
Road Bike Rider

Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley For this Tech Talk, I’m letting my friend, Bruce L Ross take a pull. He wrote me recently with some fun bike bling ideas, which seemed very appropriate for this festive time of year. Bruce lives just a short ride from me here in Santa Cruz, California. If you’ve […]

27 Nov 18
BikinginLA

Welcome to Day Five of the 4th Annual BikinginLA Holiday Fund Drive. Your support helps keep SoCal’s best source for bike news and advocacy coming your way every morning! ……… No surprise here. A new study from Ohio State University shows that distracted driving crashes tend to be more severe than other crashes. Which makes sense, […]

14 Nov 18
Two Grumpy Men

… most music lovers will associate the title with Frank Zappa’s song of the same name.  Bike lovers in the know will relate this with one of the iconic frames from master framebuilder Dario Pegoretti.  The most striking feature of the frame are the huge chainstays measuring a colossal 35mm in diameter, which also gives […]

29 Oct 18
CapoVelo.com

The North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) is pleased to announce that “Officina” Dario Pegoretti — the team that Dario trained for many years — will be exhibiting at this year’s show in Sacramento, California, showcasing the technical and artistic vision of their legendary founder.  Widely considered the “Godfather” of the artisan framebuilding world, Pegoretti’s frames […]

15 Oct 18
The Utah Randonneur

This is a bike that you dont see everyday! The frame was built by Lino Messori of Modena Italy in 1984. Examples of his bikes are hard to come by as is information on the marque. Only about 150 bikes exhibiting his name were ever built! I acquired this bike as a frame and fork […]