Back in 2012, photographer Nick Czerula visited frame builder Richard Sachs and photographed him and his work space. It wasn’t until recently that his work was reformated to fit a long-form narrative. Head over to see all of Nick’s words and photos!
Like seeing photos from inside frame builder’s spaces and finding out what makes them tick? Check out this great article on Stinner Frameworks from Black Sheep Cycling!
This is the eleventh layout of the Radavist 2015 Calendar, entitled “Tandemonium”. The camera and location are noted on the bottom left of the document.
3…2…1… take-off! Too bad this ship didn’t land as smoothly as it was jettisoned. Tandems are fun, both to ride and to photograph with this photo in particular getting a lot of requests for the calendar. Ask and you shall receive.
Miss this story? Check it out at Tandemonium on Lukens.
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Photo by Bruce Buckley
Do you like Dan Chabanov and Richard Sachs’ Cyclocross Team? I sure do. Right now over at CX Hairs, there’s a great interview up with Dan. I highly suggest you check it out…
Photos by Derek Yarra
Above Category continues to visit the places where their utmost talented suppliers build their frame. First with Pegoretti and now with Mosaic Cycles in Boulder, Colorado. Derek continues to document the space with beautiful simplicity, so if you’ve ever wondered what Mosaic looks like from the inside out, be sure to check out this feature over at the Above Category blog!
Photo by Dylan VanWeelden
Portland knows how to do two things: party and throw races, but when they mix the two as it often goes, it becomes quite the spectacle. Dylan VanWeelden was there, capturing all the ruckus and it’s not to be missed. Head over to Dylan’s Flickr to see more!
Newton’s law of universal gravitation states that any two bodies on a tandem must be extra careful while embracing Rubber Side Up! Kyle and Robert sent the Salsa Powderkeg off a rock lip during a Ringtail photoshoot this morning and things didn’t go so well. Ok, the air photo is rad but they landed a bit off-axis and took a mean spill.
Robert suffered minor dirt rash but Kyle’s pretty banged up. Needless to say it was a long pedal back down the trail…
Photo by Derek Yarra
Dario Pegoretti is a true artist. A builder who’s known for his elaborate paintings as much as he’s regarded for his frame design and construction. His work evokes varied reactions spanning from awe to confusion and yet, there’s a beauty in each brush stroke.
Derek Yarra from Above Category recently visited Pegoretti’s shop in Italy and took some great photos, including this portrait. Head over to the AC Blog to see the rest!
Yonder Journal’s multi-day, long narrative stories require a lot of time to truly delve into. For those looking for a great read, featuring trail side BB catastrophe, river spills, Canadian wood chopping and epic scenery, don’t miss out on the Iron Pass entry at Yonder Journal.
Photo by Andy Bokanev
There’s no denying the success of the recent UCI Worlds in Richmond, Virginia both in regards to the host city itself and the overall race. What an ending! For those looking for a more in-depth phototorial on the race, head over to Rapha for one of the best recaps I’ve seen…