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Clockwise from top left: MacVillain My alu track frame and carbon fork are painted in Cambridge Light Blue. It features a Miche Xpress drivetrain, front brake and wheels, as well as Shimano Deore XT two-way SPD/platform pedals, and Velo Orange cockpit and seatpost. Thomas Kudsk Larsen; Trek mountain bike After seeing this section, my eight-year-old son asked where mine was. So I made the rookie mistake to tell him it could be featured soon! Tom Knierim; Stance Urban Warrior I bought my beautiful single-speed off eBay and simply added the rest including decals. It proved great fun building it and watching it come together. Stephen Browning; Italian frame and fork My silver steed includes Campagnolo Scirocco rear wheel, Chorus brake, and Campag seatpost, chain rings and bottom bracket. Jay Bracey; Homebuilt wonder My aim was to build a fully functioning, minimalist bike. It has a polished steel frame and is based around a fixie, eliminating the need for cables and levers. The wheels are supported on just one side and the handlebars are removable to act as a stand, while the saddle’s coiled around the frame and rotates with the motion of the rider. It’s a little mad, so I call it CYCO! Colin Williams; Carlton Criterium and my original Carlton Grand Prix The Criterium was restored by my brother and myself two years ago, and I completed my third Eroica Britannia this year. I bought the Grand Prix a year ago for £50 on eBay! It just needed cleaning and a quick service. Ian Faulkner