… and with a new bike sponsor, Specialized, who has artist McKenzie Sampson designing the team kits and bikes for their new squad, Allez Allez. With a new sponsor comes new prize bikes and here are the two prize bikes for the winners of Brooklyn, this Saturday, April 30th. Stay tuned for more coverage…
We posted the trailer for this a bit back, now here’s the full-length video, Road to Red Hook.
“Road to RedHook tags along with 4 talented women as they gear up for the 2nd year of the Women’s RedHook crit–a fast, competitive bike race in Brooklyn, New York.
Anyone can look pro with some good glasses and fancy spandex, but the interviews uncover these girls to be sweet, funny, hopeful, and above all– totally human. The participants involved with this video want to remind all those hopefuls out there that sometimes the hardest part of racing is just getting to the starting line.
By utilizing the Exposure platform, collapsable fender company Ass Savers has started a new platform for sharing photos, beginning with the Red Hook Crit Milano. Head on over to the Ass Savers Journal for the photos and story.
Here’s a video recap from this year’s Red Hook Crit Milan.
This year brought about the Red Hook Crit track criterium to London, where all the high-speed, spectator-friendly action took place on a closed course within the city center. Here’s the first video we’ve seen from the event. Be sure to share yours.
July 11th brings the Red Hook Crit to the streets of London. This one’s gonna be good! To make sure you’re on top of all the happenings, head over to the RHC London website and follow them on Facebook.
Christina Peck, Ayesha McGowan, Erica Schwanke and Lynn Marie Kennedy discuss what Red Hook Crit means to them in this new documentary. I can’t wait to see more. These ladies are damn impressive athletes.
… and I’ll watch every one.