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The Podia Journal

Explore the world of cycling with us

  • Dario Pegoretti

    When we first saw a Pegoretti bike a couple of years ago the initial reaction was that the steel frame was a canvas for an artist. Since we paid a visit to Dario’s workshop in the hills of Trentino in Italy, our opinion hasn’t changed, but it has evolved.

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  • Legend

    This is the Legend Sella Ronda, named after a famous route around the Dolomite mountains with beautifully smooth roads weaving around a number of stunning peaks; the bike is almost as pretty to look at as the scenery it is named after.

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  • Passoni

    Passoni are introducing a new finish to all their titanium models. The Italian premium frame maker decided to omit the numerous man-hours required to get silky smooth joints on their bikes and as a result offer a reduced price option.

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  • Paying respect at Ghisallo

    Bergamo seems to be the centre of the Italian bike industry and a visit there for Podia is always a busy one. On this occasion, we thought we should take time to see some of the scenery by bike.

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  • Legend IL RE

    Podia recently made the journey to the East of Poland to ride around the Bieszczady National Park. For the trip we took a titanium Legend IL RE to ride and test.

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  • Passoni

    The history of Passoni reads something like a classical Italian Opera with serendipity, family and romance as well as tragedy at the heart of the story.

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  • Passoni

    This is Francesco’s Passoni Top Force Wired that was completed the day Podia visited the Passoni workshop. We managed to take it outside and get some photographs for the Podia Machines gallery.

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  • Alchemy Eros

    This is the Eros, a titanium road bike from Denver based frame makers, Alchemy.

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  • Cinelli

    The moment you step into the Cinelli offices it is plane to see they are not the usual bicycle company. 

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  • Marco Bertoletti

    The first question Podia have for Marco Bertoletti is why he called his company Legend and not Bertoletti, which in our mind seems far more marketable.

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