Melbourne’s Bastion Cycles Rides Alone

Saddle up for some of the best – and most exclusive – wheels on the road.

By Robb Report 25/08/2020

Australia’s firm affinity with cycling has recently surged in relation to lockdown.

And Melbourne’s Bastion Cycles is one to know—a local outfit that sits above anything else produced locally, and for that matter, much of what’s pushed about international roads.

The brainchild of three keen cyclists and former motoring engineers, the brand offers exclusive custom craft—artistic pieces of engineering that deliver impeccable form and exemplary function brought about via the use of advanced technologies that include 3D printing, titanium, carbon fibre and engaged hand-assembly.

Heightened and in-depth rider fitting sessions enhance what are truly bespoke builds—with exclusivity out front when it comes to the Bastion Demon. This build is limited to solely one per region—and while the UK, Netherlands (pictured), Hong Kong, Canada, Colombia and more have been commissioned, Australia and New Zealand remains available.

Time, then, to saddle up.

From $15,125;


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