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The Podia Journal

Explore the world of cycling with us

  • Podia | Festka

    Podia has teamed up with Czech frame maker Festka to build a team of riders interested in exploring the lesser travelled parts of Europe. Called ‘Riding Behind the Curtain’ the team will be discovering parts of Eastern Europe and documenting the rides in a series of articles and films, but first…

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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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  • Jaegher Cycles

    Three things are clearly apparent after visiting Jaegher in the heart of Flanders, Belgium. 

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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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  • Velocipedo

    Velocipedo is a new brand of carbon and titanium bikes started by industrial designer Matthias Jeschke.

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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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  • Liège-Bastogne-Liège

    With attentions now fully on the Giro d’Italia and soon the other grand tours, Podia takes a look back at a race that crowned another great Spring Classics season.

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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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  • Cielo Sportif

    During a visit to Rapha in London we were surprised by how many Portland based companies were being represented there. So much so that it got us thinking about where the spiritual ‘head’ of cycling might be.

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