The Machines

Velominati rule #4 It’s all about the bike…

“It is, absolutely, without question, unequivocally, about the bike. Anyone who says otherwise is obviously a twatwaffle.”

Here are few bikes I had the pleasure to build for my customers, enjoy the galleries and let me know if anything floats your boat!

Mercier Columbus Aelle late 80s road bike

Wilier Triestina Ramata 1984 race bike

Vitus 992, 1992 Alluminium race bike

Colnago Super 1984 in neo-retro style “Palawan Princess”

GIOS Torino Super Record 1978 race bike

Peugeot 1984 PSV10-N race bike


Pinarello Veneto 1995 race bike “Time Machine”


Wilier Triestina 1982 Tipo “La Triestina” race bike


Look KG481 HM 2004 race bike “Jaja”


Cannondale CAAD4 1998 Team Saeco race bike “Supermario”


Abeni Super 1987 race bike


Giant Cadex CFR1 1992 race bike “Little Giant”


Hillman 1977 race bike “the thunder from downunder”


Giant TCR Advanced Rabobank team edition “Scandalous”


Bianchi Pista steel Peroni edition “2kool4skool”


Peugeot Tourmalet “Chocolat”


McMahon Titanium “Mick”


Look KG281 “Bumblebee”


Peugeot Izoard PE400 “Enfant Terrible”


Peugeot Tourmalet “Femme Fatale”




Apollo II “El Samurai”


Raleigh Medale “The Pommie”

Velominati rule #13

“The correct number of bikes to own is n+1.While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct number is n+1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned. This equation may also be re-written as s-1, where s is the number of bikes owned that would result in separation from your partner”