Volare vs. Mt. Etna

October 25th, 2013

Team rider and Madison Press Officer has just returned from Italy where he was putting the Volare Team production bike through it's paces in the tough volcanic Italian landscape. He was kind enough to jot down some words and send us some snaps. Over to Chris... "Back in August, during Eurobike, Cyclist Magazine Deputy Editor, Stu Bowers approached me to see whether I would be inter..
The air was hot and dry when we left Edmonton. Ahead of us, in the distance, the Rockies and the Great Divide, our path for the coming months, overshadowed by stormy anthracite-coloured clouds.  Like the first day, like every day, we could only pedal along and wait and see what would this adventure would drop on our heads. Memories of good times spent with Marion’s cousin Pierre..
Echos from Edmonton We’ve finally arrived in Edmonton, Alberta, safe & sound. We’re in the heart of a kingdom of petroleum, shale gas and rapeseed.  In the perfectly manicured grassy farmyards, the green and yellow combine harvesters are preparing for the big hoedown at the end of the summer. Before the first frosts, they’ll need to fill up the silos, th..

2014 Bikes - Equilibrium Disc

August 14th, 2013

We've been busy! There are more than a few new and exciting models to be unveiled in our 2014 lineup, each worthy of their own blogpost to talk through features, spec and reasons behind design decisions. We'll lift the wraps of the range in its' entirety come early Septemeber, but a handful of the more exciting models will find there way out into the public domain beforehand, by way..
We popped up to Reynolds earlier this week with Ryan (our bike engineer) to say hi to Keith (Reynolds MD) and drop off a couple of prints of a shoot we did there recently as well as have a quick poke about in the aladdin's cave-like factory and discuss further development on the race-winning 953 Volare frame. Bert's been many times before but for Ryan and me this was our first trip up a..
We’re celebrating one month in on our Americas Adventure!  Already one month has passed since we left Anchorage, Alaska, amazingly.  A month-long wait for our impatient but enthusiastic fans, wanting to hear about our travels.  You’ll have to wait just a little bit longer until we can get out of the land of permafrost where internet is as rare as a fine French cheese ..