You understand yourself better than anyone as you are the cyclist.

How you ride, how you want your ride to be and what you enjoy the most out of your ride.

This is where bespoke or custom bicycle plays a part. They offer what production bicycles are unable to; something personal that caters to only you.

Be it steel, alloy, carbon or titanium, we are able to assist you to attain your ideal ride.

Together with Fitskuul, we work closely with the following esteemed builders to attain your custom ride. Home to the production of bicycles, our painter ensure you get a paint quality. 





Bastion Cycles

Notably their 3D printed titanium lugs produced in-house, their bikes are a combination of carbon fibre and titanium which is a end product of a frame that has the optimum balance of performance and mass.

Stiffness of a carbon bike yet comfort of a titanium bike. 

Based in Berlin, Germany, Cicli Bonanno was created by Niccolo Bonanno who was born in Italy and grown in an environment where handcrafts are often traded.

Strong believer in craftmanship, Niccolo had few exchanges with Pegoretti who is known for his art and bike building techniques.

Based in Barcelona, Spain, Legor Cicli was born out of love for steel framesets because of the belief that steel is the best material for building bicycles.

Italian builder and founder Mattia Paganotti believes that custom bicycle should show some dna of the builder.

Number 22 Bicycles

Based in New York City, USA, No.22 are known for their titanium frames. Having won many accolodes in several North America Handmade Bike Show, the company has constantly innovate and develop as an established titanium bespoke frame builder.

This is a company that offers the comfort of titanium yet stiffness of an aluminium bike.

Based in San Francisco, California, Low Bicycles has established themselves as one of the finest builder specializing in aluminium framesets.

Constantly challenging, innovating and redesigninng how aluminium bicycle can ride and feel like, Andrew Low has changed alot of cyclists' perception towards alluminium bikes.