Category Archives: illustration
Yonder Journal: An Intro to Bikepacking
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If you’ve never bikepacked before and really want to get into it, or you have attempted before and failed miserably, then you NEED to read this post over at Yonder Journal. It’s a break-down on how to pack what, where and lists essentials for long rides / tours / camping trips.

Head over to Yonder Journal for the full article!

May 7, 2014 4 comments
Looking to a New Year
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As evident in the Year in Photos post, this website is and will always support the excitement found in riding bikes of all kinds.

Over the years, I’ve noticed people who were generally enthusiastic about track bikes and fixed gears talk down on other forms of cycling and it bums me out. As a population, cyclists should be kind to each other, share the road, trails and paths with our extended family and most of all, have fun.

If you’re reading this website, I doubt you need anyone to tell you this, or to ride more in general, so just know that I’m here for ya!

Now, if you’ll excuse me, it’s warm and sunny outside.

Thanks to Chris Piascik for the killer illustration!

Jan 1, 2014 3 comments
Manual for Speed and Dan Funderburgh Screen Prints
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I love it when Manual for Speed gets weird!

“Manual for Speed commissioned Dan Funderburgh to create a limited edition screen print inspired by Paris Roubaix – cycling’s most iconic and famous/infamous one-day race. Paris Roubaix aka The Hell of the North is notorious for it’s harsh conditions (cold, wet, muddy, rainy, windy, etc) and treacherous sections of pave or cobbles, of which there are 27; e.g. Trouee d’Arenberg otherwise known as The Trench.

Hand printed at LQQK Studio in Brooklyn, the gradient was achieved through the use of a single screen, split fountain technique, which technique results in subtly unique prints. The print measures 21 x 33″ and is signed by Dan Funderburgh. Limited to 50.

Manual for Speed, now in our fourth year, is Emiliano Granado and Daniel Wakefield Pasley. MFS is a long-term study of Professional Cycling.”

Swoop one at Manual for Speed!

Dec 18, 2013 Comments are OFF