All posts tagged Sacha White

  • Introducing The Speedvagen OG-1

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    The Speedvagen OG-1 is finally available after being a work-in-progress for over a year. Sacha has been working hard to get the Speedvagen Ready-Made program dialed in and the OG-1 road bike is the first model to be added to that family. The OG1 is fully designed, built, painted and assembled in The Vanilla Workshop, bringing a new definition of handbuilt bicycle to the market.

    The Original Gangster OG1 is designed to be a minimalist, no-frills machine that’s bombproof and race-ready while still giving you a nice, smooth ride. You’ll be able to finally get your hands on a Speedvagen without such a long wait now! Their goal is to have the bike delivered to you within 2 weeks of ordering…wowzers.

    Here’s the nitty gritty:

    5 standard sizes ranging from 50 to 58 (50,52,54,56,58).
    2 iconic color options – Matte Army & Matte Lavender.
    Painted in house, utilizing Speedvagen Ghost graphics.
    Berzerker dropouts.
    Integrated seatmast.
    Super light custom drawn steel tubing. (Columbus and True Temper)
    Strategically placed stainless steel reinforcements.


    Shimano Dura Ace mechanical shifters and rear derailleur.
    Shimano Ultegra front derailleur, cranks and brakes.
    Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheels & tires.
    Fizik Antares saddle.
    PRO handlebar wrapped in Cinelli cork tape.
    Ritchey seatpost head & painted PRO PLT stem.
    Painted ENVE 2.0 road fork.

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  • Vanilla Bicycles Road Bike

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    Here’s a gorgeous lugged Vanilla Bicycles road bike built by Sacha White. The attention to detail put into each custom built Vanilla is phenomenal, no wonder their queue is always so backed up.

    See some more shots below.


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  • Cycle EXIF: Vanilla Randonneur

    Randonneur bicycles have been one of my favorites simply because they are the go anywhere and keep on going bike. This is Sacha’s latest and the craftsmanship is nothing short of what we’ve come to expect, yet somehow he never ceases to amaze me. See more over at Cycle EXIF, and make sure you’re ready for 2011 with some good quality Cycle EXIF bike porn.