Singular Cycles was launched in March 2007 by Sam Alison with a single frameset – the Swift. This was very much the early days of 29” wheeled bikes, especially so in the UK, and Singular was the first British brand built around this new wheel size. The Swift quickly developed a loyal fan base for its sublime ride quality and classically simple appearance.

Since that time, Singular has been at the vanguard of development of ‘monstercross’ or ‘gravel’ bikes – fundamentally go anywhere, do anything bikes with fat tyres, disc brakes and drop handlebars. We've long recognised and extolled the virtue of simple, versatile bikes which are a joy to ride. 

We are delighted to be back in production with a growing range of steel and titanium frames.

  • The Singular Peregrine is back!

    Bikepacking.com Interview

    Thirteen years after it was originally introduced, the Singular Peregrine is back with bigger tire clearance, updated geometry, fresh colors, and the same beautiful lugged construction. Read the article and an interview with founder Sam Alison here…

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  • Just Ride Bikes - Kite Ti Review

    Last year David Arthur of Just Ride Bikes had a couple of months putting the Kite Ti through its paces. Watch the video review to learn what David thought of the Kite and see an short interview with Singular Founder, Sam Alison.

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  • The Radavist - Peregrine Review

    One of the original “all-rounders”, the Singular Cycles Peregrine first took flight over a decade ago, in May 2007, as an homage to post-war French constructeurs with modern updates like bigger tire clearances, more robust steel tubing, and disc brakes.

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