By Paul Knott published
Whether it be be the latest piece of tech to roll off the factory line or a vintage racer that has been brought back to life, we all love to look after, improve, and at times show off our pride and joy.
Cycling Weekly has now created the platform for you to showcase your bikes, no matter its age, no matter its condition we want to see!
Each week we will collate a selection of the best rated bikes for our best bike feature, with the highest rated bike winning ‘bike of the week’
So don’t be shy, join the Rate My Bike Facebook group and get involved.
1. Alex Miles's Trek Madone
Admiring the bike, and admiring the view.
2. Phil McNamara's Pinarello Dogma F10 disc
A pristine Pinarello.
3. Bessem Haddad's 2005 Opera Leonardo FP
Bessem called his Opera 'My old lady' and it is certainly an eye-catching one to say the least.
4. Calum Brookes's Cinelli Experience 18
The pink handlebars are surely in homage to the Italian bike makers.
5. Chris Moss's Bianchi Specialissima
Chris claims to love this bike, and judging by the previous Rate My Bike articles the Specialissima is favourite for everyone else too.
6. James Whelan's Cannondale Saeco
Built up as a 1x crit bike, fingers crossed James remembers a cassette before the race.
7. Paul Curtis's Wilier Triestina Cento10 Air
Not sure whether it is fresh out of the box, but Paul claims it still doesn't make him go any faster.
8. Topias Thomsen's Factor One
A classy number.
9. Draskovics Dávid's Colnago
10. And this week's winning bike is David Brewin's SuperSix Evo
David's bike is a special edition Peter Sagan replica, from when he rode for the team and is just one of 100 that were made.
Congratulations to David for winning this week.
Let us know what your think of the latest uploads and don’t forget to send us your own pictures on our ‘Rate My Bike’ page on Facebook and you could see it featured here next week.
Paul Knott is a fitness and features writer, who has also presented Cycling Weekly videos as well as contributing to the print magazine as well as online articles. In 2020 he published his first book, The Official Tour de France Road Cycling Training Guide (Welbeck), a guide designed to help readers improve their cycling performance via cherrypicking from the strategies adopted by the pros.
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