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O Editorial x Velo Culture

James Greig | October 17, 2014

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Founded by three friends (Miguel Barbot, Sérgio Moura and Hugo Cardoso) in Porto, Velo Culture was among the first boutique bike stores in Portugal.

As they stock classic brands like Brooks and Carradice, it’s no surprise that the machine that the store have just created in collaboration with design blog O Editorial is similarly refined:

The style of the bike is defined by the compact frame, which is then fitted with pieces prepared for intensive urban use.

Topped with the rather lovely new Brooks Cambium saddle, which is made out of waterproof organic cotton and rubber, this looks like a fine city bike.

– Yellow steel frame Made and hand painted in Portugal
– Sturmey Archer hub brakes with Sturmey Archer shifters and levers
– 3 speed Sturmey Archer hub
– Sturmey Archer crank and MKS Touring pedals
– Weinmann rims with stainless steel spokes, Schwalbe Delta Cruiser tyres
– Brooks Cambium saddle in waterproof organic cotton and rubber, ‘Slate’ tone

via Another Something and Company

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by James Greig

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