Podia started in 2014 when we moved from London to Kraków with the quest to search for interesting bikes and extraordinary places to ride them. Looking towards the hidden, less cycled parts of Europe, we found our niche.
The early beginnings as a blog, with strong emphasis on good design, progressed into the world of cycling apparel. A collection of technical road cycle clothing, produced solely in Europe, grew quickly from a single jersey and continues to expand.
In 2016 we set up Podiaventures to organise fully supported road and gravel cycling adventures in places that aren’t on most people’s radar. In collaboration with some of the best cycling companies around such as Brooks, Wahoo, Morgan Blue, Chimpanzee and Genesis – Podiaventures are about riding on lost and forgotten roads and meeting cycling enthusiasts from around the world.
Our journey continues to evolve and we hope you will be part of it.
See you on the road!
Max & Magda
We are committed to only offering products we truly believe in. We strive to use the best possible fabrics and latest production technologies. We made a conscious decision to work only with European manufacturers who help us make products of the highest quality.About our apparel
We always enjoy discovering interesting and exciting places to cycle and sharing them with you. Through Podia Roadventures we have created an opportunity for you to come and explore with us. We offer fully supported adventure weekends in our favourite places to cycle in the heart of Europe.See more
We started Podia as a blog and we still enjoy creating the content. It is one of the best ways to explore the world of cycling and to share these discoveries with everyone else. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy making it.Read the blog
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Polish framebuilder Piotr Lisiecki shows us how to wrap handlebar tape using the reverse method.
Max Burgess PODIA
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