Often times thought of a reality show in a bike shop, you know the drama that goes down in 'em, or at the least a webcam to capture shots like this live.
I'm at the fashion party
I'm wearing fashion clothes
Looking at these fashion friends
I'm like a fountain pen
Cycling like Le Tour men
From their PR
This porteur style inspired model, was handcrafted in our workshop of Clermont-Ferrand, France. The frame is in fillet-brazed steel and have a black varnish finish. The fork and the luggage-rack were custom made by us too. The other parts are in alloy, like the Victoire S-42 stem. At least, the bike received a handcrafted wheelset made with Victoire HFT hubs, Made in France from solid alloy round, laced on Ghisallo wooden rims.
Pricing by request
Something changed in me, maybe I had a baby, maybe I care more about things over me, maybe I want to get healthy. It’s about freedom really.
From their PR
“We wanted to make a bike that would make heads turn, a no compromise machine for the discerning modern rider."
With integrated lights and a dynamo. MSRP $2199.00.
Sometimes roadies need to self-affirm, like Lolotc does.
Remember you're smart enough, good enough, and gosh darn it, people like you.
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