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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

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