I always love seeing footage from this race in Italy.
I really love videos like this. The editing and sounds really transport you to the time and place. Check out more information at the Velomorpha post on the White Chalk Hills Ultracross.
The latest from Kris’ garage is truly drool-worthy. This Huntsman is about as black as a bike can get, save for the 44 Bikes’ insignia and a few product labels. These are some of my favorite disc “all-road” / cross bikes out there… even with disc brakes!
Thanks for sharing this one, Kris!
Cross season seems so short. Or maybe time flies when you’re having fun. Thankfully the CX Hairs content keeps rolling in. Here’s LIKEAVOS 2.2!
I couldn’t imagine riding with a camera bag of that size, but kudos to these guys from Cycle Atlas for hauling their own load. You rarely see that these days, especially with footage like this.
New South Wales’ South Coast is captured magnificently in this video and it really matches with how everyday people would use a bike like the Diverge.
He’s back at it!
Yes, it’s true… CX1 is the best cross group I’ve ever used and yeah, it’ll save your life.
Photo by Kyle Kelley
They look great. Over at Trackosaurus Rex, Kyle’s got a few photos if you want to see more.
This is the twelfth layout of the Radavist 2014 Calendar, entitled “Dirt Church”. The camera and location are noted on the bottom left of the document.
Meditation comes in many forms. Some look to religion to clear their minds, others take to the sacred woods for a bit of dirt church…
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When your job is to design bikes and graphics for a living, you tend to take your own bikes seriously. That’s what James at Niner did with his own BSB 9. Like most people these days, James got bit by the camo bug but didn’t want to just do a standard paint finish, so he found a local guy just getting into hydrographics and began to problem solve how to paint the fork, leaving the frame matte black with a blaze orange color accents.
The end result rules.