Gallery: 2024 Made Australia handmade bike show, part two

A second round of bikes including the latest from Prova Cycles, Stinner Frameworks, Wondercross, VeloCraft, and more.

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by Dave Rome 09.07.2024 Photography by
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Following up on part one of the inaugural Made Australia bike show, we have more jaw-dropping bikes to cover. Within this gallery, you’ll find a handful of the latest from Melbourne-local Prova Cycles, a lovely titanium all-road bike from USA-based Stinner Frameworks, a remake of a classic Team Saeco Cannondale CAAD by VeloCraft, a look at a few from Wondercross, and plenty more.

While this is the final gallery from Made Australia, you can expect a further gallery covering a few interesting collector bikes from the Bicycles Roadshow that took place alongside the event. Also keep a look out for a factory tour of Prova Cycles.

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out our three-part gallery series from the Spoken show. And before you keep scrolling, please consider opening this gallery on a large screen for the best experience.

Arguably, one of the most successful Australian cycling companies, Knog, was present with a range of its lightest lights, bells, and electric bike trackers.
Looking to paint your own bike? Spray Bike is readily available in Australia.
Caught in action. The founder of Made, Billy Sinkford, was present at the Australian show and kept his camera shutter running red-hot.
Class of 2024.

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