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WyndyMilla expands with new aero and steel custom bikes

Joe Robinson
14 Jun 2019

Surrey-based custom bike builders to also take over Look Mum No Hands and Assos London store

Bespoke bike builder WyndyMilla has expanded its range of frames with the introduction of its Saw Doctor aero road bikes and Massive Attack steel frame.

The Surrey-based bike brand has continued to grow from being one man in his shed - literally - to a company now investing in its own research and development providing its own in-house custom paint designs, growth that's help bring along these two new bikes.

The WyndyMilla Saw Doctor aero bike will be handbuild Venice, Italy with tube to tube construction which promises 'lifetime durability' alongside aero performance.

Components will be provided by Ursus through an integrated handlebar and carbon seatpost making the Saw Doctor the only custom bike provided with an integrated cockpit. Prices will start from £4,325.

Developments with the Saw Doctor aero also trickled down to a redesign with the popular existing Massive Attack frame including the introduction of a Superlight and All-Road frame.

The biggest advancement with the Massive Attack frame will be WyndyMilla's ST frame, its first ever steel bike and first bike to be sold in off the peg sizes.

Handbuilt in Italy, the bike will use Colombus tubing and retail from £2,250.

As is the case with WyndyMilla, all bikes are built custom to the rider's measurements that are determined with the provided professional bike fit.

Additionally, with WyndyMilla's in-house WM Paintworks studio, the colour scheme of the bike is completely the choice of the ride. All information can be found here.

The new range of bikes will be on show throughout summer at the Assos store on Regent's Street during a 12-week store takeover kicking off on the 24th June.

The bike brand will also be hosting various events to celebrate the inbound Tour de France throughout July at east London cycle cafe Look Mum No Hands.

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