It seems that on most days, every second rack and pole in the Melbourne CBD will have at least one Reid bike locked to it. One of them is mine. Reid have come a long way since their beginnings as a purely online business operating from James Reid’s garage, with shopfront locations opening in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, all doing an excellent trade from what I’ve heard. I reviewed a Reid Aquila flatbar road bike for Bicycles Network Australia back in October 2010 and decided it was time to have another look to see how the company had been travelling in the past […]
When it comes to the manufacture of high quality bikes and components, bike brands turn to Taiwan first rather than mainland China. The average export value of a Made-In-China bicycle […]
In 2010 Shimano released STEPS, the Shimano Total Electric Power System, for the first time, as the e-bike market started to blossom in Europe, but little happened; it was not […]
While a snowy European Christmas is a romantic notion, the reality is that you are stuck inside with your new toys. In Australia, we’re really the lucky country because at […]
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