Spellbound by old school cyclism
It’s been two years since Gabriel Refait is making a living of his life’s passion: the universe of vintage cycling. In his workshop, called Dynamo Cycle Repairs, Gabriel spends his days looking for, restoring, and bringing a second life to old bikes, mostly of french or italian fabrication. And, of course, when he isn’t working at the shop, you can bet he will be training himself on the beautiful backroads of the south of France. Either if you are a serious cyclist looking for a nostalgic and “purest” experience, or just a vintage lover who wants a unique and beautiful cycle for your daily commute, Gabriel’s workshop is just a delightful place to find vintage treasures.
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