LA Handmade Bicycle Show Presented by Montenegro MFG

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Photography by Nelson Queralta Jr We named the first of the Morning Ride CC custom builds, the Paso Fino. This particular frame is the first of its kind and the only one in existence at the moment which technically makes it an artist original for all the parties that collaborated in its creation. Looking at it …

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photos & article by Nelson Queralta Jr This is Mikey’s Ferreiro’s S-Works Shiv, the machine he pedaled to the U23 Time Trial State Championship, but time trials is not the only thing he’s good at nor has done with this impressive custom Shiv. Before we go into all his accomplishments let’s talk about how he …

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Words by: Jason Delgado | Photos by: Nelson Queralta Jr When I look at this bike, I can’t help but think of the word. It’s probably because of the “steed” references in cycling, or maybe the movement the bike does with its rider, acting like a jockey. Maybe its the mystique or the passion. Hell, …

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The  Specialized Tarmac SL has so far been through 6 generations. It’s Specialized’s workhorse frame and the bike that can do anything thrown at it. It’s been raved as a great sprinter’s bike even though is not marketed as one, yet it’s propelled Peter Sagan victorious to plenty of final bunch sprints, while at the …

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Vynl Bikes is a Californian based bike company producing road and cyclocross frames. Their company slogan is “honest race bikes” and it’s the approach applied to their products. The company was started by four passionate friends who came together and reflected on their roots and the simple pleasures of riding and racing your bike. Whether …

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Words: Jason Delgado  Have you asked yourself this question? If not, you should. It’s been commented by many that cycling is becoming the new golf, or that is taking golf’s spot light as a networking sport for the masses. While this is absolutely true, along with the growing popularity of cycling. Let’s stop and focus …

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While covering the racing this past weekend, we couldn’t help but notice Ashley Russell’s beautiful bike zooming by the corners. The bike is a Specialized Amira with a beautiful finish, we caught up with Ashley after the race and chatted about her bike. MRCC: Hi Ashley, firstly why this color is there a story behind …

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I’ve always loved neo-retro bike builds. I was looking for one to build for a while and finally, this is my 1996 Fondriest X-Status. If you know your cycling history this particular frame might sound familiar as is the bike French Team Cofidis was riding in 1997 when Lance Armstrong came back from his cancer …

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