Readers’ Rigs: Seven Axiom SL

We love it when Readers’ Rigs alumni come back to the column years after their first appearance on Pez so when David from New York got in contact it was easy to say ‘yes’ to another Readers’ Rigs feature with him – especially when he sent us in some pics of his ride, a sweet, […]

Readers’ Rig: Brian’s Time VXRs – Carbon Beauty

Time was first made famous by their clip-less pedals, but where the French company’s artistry comes into its own, is their carbon frame construction. Brian in Folsom has a perfect example, his Time VXRs has that naked carbon weave with the bonded lug and tube system. Simply beautiful. Name: Brian PhillipsLocation: Folsom, CABike: Time VXRsGroup: […]

Personal Care – Preventing and Treating Saddle Sores

Are you sitting comfortably? Saddle sores are a serious concern for many cyclists; at best they can be a cause of discomfort, at worst they could end a ride or adventure. After many long distance bike rides such as the #BlackForest400 and #7Countries7Passes, these are my lucky 7 Tips for preventing and treating saddle sores. […]

Readers’ Rig: Scott’s 1989 De Rosa SLX

The late 80s was a time of Classic bikes and De Rosa was making some of the nicest examples of steel artistry. De Rosa frames were something special, Eddy Merckx rode them and Ugo De Rosa gave the Belgian star some lessons on the welding torch. Scott in Washington owns a fine example of De […]

Readers’ Rig: Mark’s Factor 02 in NY

First impressions are not always correct. On face value; Mark’s Factor 02 looks quite plain, but after close examination… It’s a work of modern art. From the one piece handlebar/stem to the Enve wheels and the Sram groupset, and let’s face it, that paint job is just stunning. Name: Mark YeciesLocation: West Orange, New Jersey, […]

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