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SHAND DROVE

Price: £1,695.00 (frame and fork)

From: Shand Cycles, shandcycles.com

Located in the industrial belt of Livingston in Scotland, Shand Cycles has been crafting beautiful handmade steel bicycles since 2003. Steven Shand first launched the brand by building custom one-off mountain bike frames, etching himself a reputation for his early adoption of 29in wheels.

The range of bikes that Shand offers has since expanded over the past 14 years, and so has the team. Having moved out of Steve Shand’s backyard shed, Shand now employs five full-time staff members who take care of everything from tube mitring, TIG welding and fillet brazing, through to painting, prepping and building complete bikes as custom spec’d by each customer.

The frames are lovingly crafted from TIG-welded Columbus Niobium heat-treated steel. There are stock frame sizes, though custom sizing is also available. Each frame is painted in-house, and you can choose from no less than 30 standard colours. Want something special? Shand will also do metallic and custom colour options for an up-charge. And to finish the custom touch, each frame gets a proper metal head tube badge, as well as its own unique number plate that’s located underneath the bottom bracket shell.

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