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Machines

The finest bikes Podia has come across

  • Festka Xcr Modern

    We have just updated the gallery of images on our Podia Festka website of team member Justin’s Festka XCr Modern.

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  • Feather Cycles

    At this time of the year, many cyclists have their sights firmly set on the Festive 500. Last year’s winners recently received their prize, a Feather Cycles custom steel frame.

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  • Crema Road

    At Podia there has been a sombre mood after we were unable to attend this year’s Crosstoberfest, organised by Ken Bloomer of Crema Cycles. To cheer us up we decided to post some images of his very own Crema Road.

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  • Alchemy Helios

    This is Cody’s Alchemy Helios with a naked carbon finish. The Helios, together with the aero Arion and the round-tubed Xanthus, are three carbon models on offer from the Denver based custom frame maker. 

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  • Podia | Festka

    This is one of four team bikes for the new collaboration between Podia and Festka called ‘Riding Behind the Curtain’.

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  • Jaegher

    This is Jaegher owner Diel Vaneenooghe’s Interceptor Superstiff. We recently visited Jaegher in Flanders, Belgium and as you can see, Diel had just finished tearing up the cobbles before we shot this.

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  • Velocipedo Ti

    We recently met with Matthias Jeschke to talk about his new brand of titanium and carbon bikes. During our visit we thought his Ti road model the GenTIeman was too good not to make a machines gallery.

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  • Pegoretti Marcelo

    We shot another beautiful Italian machine while at the races in Liège. This time Nigel’s 13-year-old Pegoretti Marcelo that looks as good now as it ever did; yet more testament to Dario’s immense talent.

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  • Philippe’s Ciocc

    While at this year’s Liège – Bastogne – Liège, Podia visited one of its regular readers and his machine.

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  • Breadwinner Cycles

    Some say the heart and sole of cycling is in Italy, but we think the head might be in America, and more precisely in Portland. With so many great frame builders and interesting companies coming out of there it is no surprise.

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