With the Red Hook Crit Milano approaching this weekend, Polo and Bike pushed out this RHC Barcelona video. I can’t wait to see what goes down in Milano!
We’ve already seen the first half of Stanridge Speed’s track crit team, now here’s the second, Katie Arnold.
Sure, you didn’t win the Red Hook Crit Barcelona, but that doesn’t mean you can’t ride the prize bike… Available now, in all sizes. Head over to Cinelli to see more!
If you’re planning on racing, you’d better register ASAP. Head over to Red Hook Crit to do so.
… and here’s Iride’s coverage!
Man, it’s been a crazy few days and while I settle into posting, I’m going to fire off a few Red Hook Crit videos.
Here’s the first video from the 2014 Red Hook Crit Barcelona, which, by the way, looked like a fun event, especially when rendered in slow motion.
This is one race that I’ve always wanted to attend. The 2014 Red Hook Crit Barcelona looked like a blast from all the Instagram accounts who were in attendance and Father Tu’s photos on Flickr are some of the best that have come across my radar.
Congrats to Julio Padilla on the win!
See more at Father Tu’s Flickr.
Here’s another great video from the 2014 Red Hook Crit in Brooklyn.
“Heavy rain brought a tense day leading up to this year’s Red Hook Crit. Threats of cancellation and worries of increased danger on the course were relieved when the race finally started, 2 hours before its scheduled time, with a modified course and a shortened number of laps. Nevertheless riders came out in full force to battle the elements and each other.
Now in it’s 7th year, what started out as an informal birthday party for organizer David Trimble has become an international event. Hundreds of competitors from over 20 different countries descend on the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal in Red Hook to race on brakeless fixed-gear track bikes, and this year in the rain. The race is fast and intense, with only the strongest and smartest of riders able to overcome the fury and seize the title.”