Category Archives: fixed gear
Nice vibes in the latest video from Chrome:
“Filmed at the Chrome_20 Uphill Sprints race at the Angels Point climb in ElysianPark, Los Angeles, CA.
Chrome_20 is a Pop Up Hub located next door to our friends at Orange 20 Bikes. Located at 4357 Melrose Ave. LA. Open November 22nd till December 22nd, 2013. Come visit.
Shout out to Edson from O20 and TOLA for all the race production!”
Keep alleycats and CMWC weird. Or something!
If you were around in the mid-2000’s, rode a track bike on the streets and still have that frame, chances are, it might look like this. I love seeing friend’s zippy, fast, track-drop equipped bikes get swapped out for a spinny gear, risers and a Wald basket. When Matt wanted something more lively to ride to work each day, he bought his friend’s old Samson track bike and quickly made the transition to basket track.
Matt is co-owner at Flat Track Coffee, my local shop and every day he rides to work in Vans, with his made in the USA, Austin-based, Helm boots in the basket and a few bags of coffee for customers. This bike is always parked inside the shop and finally I got around to photographing it. Personally, I love this bike so much, as I’m sure Matt does.
See more in the Gallery!
CornFed’s fourth edit got a little remake over the weekend. I’m digging the super mellow vibes here. Also, be sure to check out the full video range from CornFed to get a sense of these guy’s work.
Previously: All CornFed Videos
I can take a few minutes from hosting guests to post this. Chas is on fire in this new edit from Mash. Now that’s endurance training…
Riding a track bike is really fun!
I really like these two photos that just hit the Kinoko Cycles blog, featuring Josh and the new Dart V2. That bike looks like a lot of fun!
The owner of this Gangsta track has been hanging around Shifter Bikes since he was in his early teens. Now, years later and he’s got an itch to ride his bike out from the city on a big, weekend ride. Before he could do so, he needed Dan to add bottle braze ons to the frame.
Now, the technique Dan used didn’t involve a torch, but it did involve a drill and a device called a Nutsert. More on that later. For now, let’s check out this rad Gangsta Track!
Hell yes! It’s been too long since the last Cornfed video and this one’s got a bit of Bongripper in it! Best fucking band ever.
Do you know the reference behind the latest Woof illustration? I didn’t. Head over to Woof to see!