Photo by Hirotaka Fukui
I met Hiro the last time I was in SF (which was RideNStyle) and followed his work, mostly via his Tumblr‘s RSS. It wasn’t until Tracko posted about his Flickr that I was directed over there. It’s damn good. So check it out.
That’s a great photo of Marc holing his new LOW. Miss ya dude!
Photos by Kyle Kelley
Tracko‘s back up and running but Kyle’s still sorting out the back end. Sean Martin from TOLA‘s new LOW is tasty. Check out more of this delicious bike here.
Where are your handlebars dude?
Photo by Brian Vernor
“I’ve yet to meet a slow guy on a pink bike.” Truer words have never been spoken, Brian.
Photos by Simon Nieborak
File this one under complete radness. Tim from the North Race got David at Death Spray Custom to dress up his Low track bike with one of those bitchin’ forks. Check out more photos here.
When I see an American-made bicycle Locked Up in front of this mural outside the Liberty, I have to take a photo of it. Especially when it’s a blazing hot bike like Josh’s LOW.
As I was backing up my photos from Interbike, I realized I never posted these. It’s a few photos I shot of Jason Clary’s new LOW track bike. He’s had the frame for a while but it’s good to see it built up. I’ve always liked the crazy custom paint and finishing schemes Andrew comes up with and this bike is no different.
Macaframa has been working on this commercial for LOW Bicycles in SF for some time now. Watch as Massan shreds his LOW on the streets of San Francisco.
Photos by Ramon Jacquez
This time, last year, I was anxiously awaiting my departure to Portland for my Summer tour and over the past few weeks, I’ve been itching to get back on the road. Maybe that’s why I’ve been scouring Flickr for interesting touring photos. Which led me to a reader’s trip from earlier this summer. Ramon Jacquez rode his LOW pursuit (low pro) on the “Golden Tour“. Backpack touring is about as minimal as you can get and his photos show this was no easy task.
I highly suggest you check out the set. It’s quite nice!
I’ve already showed you the rough version of this new detail during my last Shop Visit to Low. For an extra $50, Andrew is now offering stainless facing on his track ends. This looks so good and I know a lot of people were asking why he didn’t offer this. Head to Low for more information on pricing.
We already saw this frame in the Loop Magazine spread but Andrew just posted up some detailed shots of the super limited LOOP x LOW track frame. See more here.