I’m so bummed to have been traveling from London during Wiggo’s Hour Record. For those who wanted a bit of background on the history of this event, check out the above video and see the rest of the series at Youtube. Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4.
Scott just released a video featuring the riding of Jenny Rissveds, one of their pro athletes. Oh and she’s a real ripper.
The boyz at Manual for Speed are getting their tanning on at the Tour of California. Well, now they’re getting hella wet with all the SoCal rain. At any rate, head on over to Manual for Speed check out some delicious pro cycling in wonderful California.
I’ve really enjoyed this video series from Bell. In this episode, Team LottoNL-Jumbo prepares for the Liège-Bastogne-Liège, aka La Doyenne, or “the oldest.”
We missed out on posting the Amstel Gold video from Bell with all the Sea Otter madness going on last week, so here’s a video in preparation for the forthcoming La Fleche Wallonne on April 22nd.
Face it, professional cyclists are celebrities, at least according to Manual for Speed. How do they live? What do they eat? How do they recover? … and what’s in their trash? All this and more will be revealed upon entering the vortex that is Yo! MFS Cribz Episode 01.
Paris Roubaix is without a doubt, the epitomical Spring Classics race. Its cobbled course in Northern France is the quintessential battlefield for professional road cycling. Here’s another video from Bell Helmets, describing the masochistic-like addiction the riders of team LottoNL-Jumbo have for the cobbles.
Check out more at Bell Helmets.
I’d say this is one of the few times a bicycle-mounted camera delivers some excitement. Check out team BMC’s inside look at the Tour of Flanders.
Bell Helmets continue their Spring Classics videos with probably one of the most famous: the Tour of Flanders. In this video, team LottoNL-Jumbo shares with us their thoughts on this race, just days before its kick off on April 5th.
Check out a bit more behind this iconic race, at Bell.
Mo, or “Meaux”, Bruno Roy was at the 2015 Cyclocross Nationals here in Austin, where I shot her Mudhoney Pro cross bike. Then, with all the madness that ensued after the postponement of the main event, I totally blanked on posting the photos.
That is until the news yesterday that Mo had retired from professional cyclocross racing. While she won’t be hanging up cross racing all together, her days of UCI events have come to a close. Now, I’ve only met Mo once but she seems like the type of person who is riding bikes for the love of the sport. Her and her husband Matt were so kind and generous, I can’t see her disappearing from their local New England scene. What I’m saying is, I doubt this is the last time you’ll be seeing this bike!