About

HEADSET PRESS IS A CONSTANT JOURNEY IN CYCLING - A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN READ ABOUT ALL TYPES OF CYCLING FROM ALL TYPES OF PEOPLE.

Founded in 2010 by three cyclists with varying interests in cycling, but sharing the need to communicate our stories and interests in cycling by using our creative knowledge and ideas. This site is dedicated to cycling and the associations that surround it. We cover cycling; at all levels, disciplines, all types of bikes, gadgets, clothing and bags. We also cover interesting events and people in cycling. We do this with our unique style and respect for cycling and design.

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Jamie Salvage

Front End Developer, photographer, dog lover, keen cook and cyclist. Co-founder and one part of Headset Press and showing the world all things cycling.

Developing sites both technically and creatively on Headset press and for many top name clients. I'm interested in all aspects of cycling and always enjoy the challenge of a good hill.

Steve Donohue

Graphic artist, illustrator, photographer, general mark-marker and cyclist. Riding bikes since 1979 (age six) and still loving it. Co-founder and one part of Headset Press and spreading the word on cycling.

I have an interest in everything from utility bikes to cycling caps, but most of all anything well designed and of practical value. Having worked in marketing and advertising for over ten years and putting my skills to good use for many major brands, it was time to do the same for cycling.

I think that our future is reliant on cycling as a form of sustainable transport and I [and Headset Press] want to be part of this movement. The greatest thing in life is the adventure on and off the bike.

Dan Hunt

Digital creative, photographer, bike restorer, Kendall mint cake lover and cyclist. Co-founder and one part of Headset Press with a passion for vintage bikes and anything made by hand showing real craftsmanship.

Learning to cycle by bending a stabiliser upside down so I could only turn one way cycling soon became the meaning of adventure as a kid and it still is today. I ride slowly and usually stop for a cup of tea, cake and definitely lunch. Audax riding is providing me with some great escapes and challenging hills.

I love the history in cycling, the simple aesthetic of a bicycle and for some reason have a large collection of gloves.