Biascagne Cicli: shy, slow, secretive. And so good at their job
The people behind Biascagne Cicli are shy, slow, and secretive.
So shy that they don’t want to be interviewed: they have no interest in the theories that revolve around their passion for vintage road bikes. They have not come up with groundbreaking philosophies about fixed-gear or single-speed bicycles. Or perhaps they have, but they don’t care to share, although they make mainly fixies and single-speeds.
They are so slow that they need a couple of months to make a bicycle. Asking them to work faster is a waste of time: if you want one of their bikes, you have to wait.
They are secretive about the details of their work: they won’t divulge the names of the colors they use on their bikes, and nobody even knows where their workshop is exactly. They are somewhere in downtown Treviso, and that’s all.
Except for one more thing: they are so, so good at their job.