Mash is all about simple, yet beautiful scenes, featuring a closely followed point of view, in their latest videos. The latest with Matt Reyes fits nicely in with Dylan’s latest.
There’s something very soothing about the latest video from Mash.
I love Terry’s 4K Chasing series and I love seeing Cardiel riding a bike. In this video, Cards joins Matt Reyes in NYC.
A cyclist sprints through the streets of Johannesburg, engaging with the city like none other.
To celebrate his 30th birthday, Dead Cyclists Society decided to capture on film one of its founders and cornerstones, Simone Sandri. Happy Birthday!
Silence is golden, especially while making videos of cyclists in San Francisco.
Terry from 4K chased around Tommy from Blue Lug, Yoyogi while in Japan.
Track bikes in the city can turn any ride into a completely new experience and perhaps that’s what Jimmy was looking for when he built up his new All-City Big Block. That and an excuse to put all his balleur parts he’d been hoarding on a new bike. Why wouldn’t he? These frames are beautiful with their sparkle paint job and street-friendly geometry. The velo hip will note the special edition Phil Wood splatter track hubs, the Sim Works Caroline stem, White Industries pedals, Sugino outboard bottom-bracket cranks with a RWB AARN chainring and a super rare grey suede Selle Flite saddle. To be completely honest, when I saw this bike all built up at Golden Saddle Cyclery, where Jimmy is the manager, I couldn’t believe how well it turned out. The best part is, Jimmy actually rides this beaut too! Well, sometimes, anyway.
Keep crankin’, Jimmy!
Well… that’s one way to do it!
Mash follows Eddy through the fog, the city and to the coast just in time for sunset in their latest video edit. The opening sequence for this is so good.