Category Archives: interviews
I’m stoked to see this as a Vimeo pick!
“Distance Over Time follows the truly inspirational story of James Golding, a man who has beaten incredible odds to achieve extraordinary things. From weighing 6 stone and being too weak to walk 5 years ago to taking on one of the most savage cycling records ever undertaken, Spindle Productions followed James’ remarkable journey.”
Man, I miss NYC and the people in this video!
Levis is continuing their Commuter campaign by profiling people who commute by and use the bike in the city.
Ted may like maple syrup, but he’s been known to take a cold Tecate during a race!
Taking on a documentary named “Bicycle” must be a huge project, but this looks great!
When two names like this come together, you can only hope it’s gonna be good. Well… Looks good to me!
I agree, Tracko, this one’s a weird one! Weird, but there’s some good riding in there.
Bike racing can change your life, no matter how old you are:
“Riding was inspired by Tim’s participation in the Tour of Flanders 2014 cyclo-tourist ride of 245 km. At the age of 71, Tim is still an active cyclist. His novel The Rider, first published in 1978 and translated into English in 2002, is considered to be “the best writing on the subjective experience of cycle-racing”.
In this short documentary we interweave Tim’s moving story with historical photos from his ‘first racing life’ and his participation in the Tour of Flanders, which symbolizes his ‘second racing life’.”
Western Bikeworks sat down with Donnie from VeloDirt to discuss the ins and outs of the Oregon Outback.
Evan’s one of my favorite internet personalities who happens to be a fast bicycle racer. Check out this video showcasing his efforts at the Red Hook Crit Brooklyn on his Stanridge Speed!