Brands have master minds behind them. At least Cadence does anyway. Check out how this jack of all trades handles creative control over one of cycling’s most creative brands.
… by Jeff Thrasher at the Team Dream Team HQ. We talked about everything from Pearl Jam tattoos to the what it’s like to live literally on the road for most of the year. Follow along with more of Jeff’s candid and comedic interviews at his Youtube Channel and #SelfieInterviewSeries.
Interviews like this are always so good to gain insight into an artist. Geoff McFetridge is a favorite over here…
People like Derek Wilson are transformed every year at the Dirty Kanza 200. Check out this video to find out how. That race looks like so much fun. See the other four videos at the Dirty Kanza Youtube channel.
Photos by Emiliano Granado
A few months ago, my friend Emiliano (of Manual for Speed internet fame) contacted me about doing a quick Guide to Austin for Without Walls. We went to my favorite spots, drank coffee, rode bikes and I had a little interview at my favorite cocktail spot in town. Head on over to the Without Walls blog to read up!
While the standard issue talking head approach to bicycle documentary can get old relatively fast, I found this one in particular to be quite informative. Filmed in Copenhagen and NYC, two cycling hubs, Genre de Vie takes a look at urban life and the empowerment achieved by using the bicycle as a form of transportation.
If you’re an architect, urban planner, or someone who is enthralled by urbanism, give this one a watch for sure.
Poler’s newest newsprint magazine, the Campvibes Communiqué, is now online and features an interview with Erik and myself on the Oregon Outback. Benji from Poler knows us personally, so this interview goes a bit deeper than your standard interview. The Outback was one of the toughest rides I’ve ever ridden and documented, so it made for some juicy content.
Pick up the Campvibes Comminuqué for $5 at Poler.
On a related note: who is planning on doing it this year? I’m thinking it’s time for round two!
As a precursor to my upcoming gallery from the event, here’s CX Hairs with Stephen Hyde’s thoughts on the course…
Eli, aka “extra cream cheese”, is one of the absolute nicest dudes you’ll ever meet. That is, if you happen to go to his shop in Denver, Berkeley Supply. His store sells only made in the USA apparel and even though Eli doesn’t talk about here, or show it for that matter, he’s got one of the sickest bikes from NAHBS last year too!
I hope you’re still riding your Avery County Cross dude.
Keep killing it! Nice video, Adam!