Crihs really did a great job on the 2014 Red Hook Crit Brooklyn video. Enjoy!
Each year, the Red Hook Crit rolls out some pretty great products to coincide with their races. The newest being these No 7 Keirin-inspired gloves by Giro. Pick up a pair at Red Hook Crit.
Photo by JP Bevins
These came out so great dude! See more at No Life Like This Life.
Red Hook Crit is here! Happy face! Put on your happy face. Yes it’s going to be cold, wet and it’s going to suck. Yes, that happy face of yours is going to be sprayed by the fender-less track bike topping upwards of 30mph as you rip through slick corners. Yes, you’re going to fall. Hard. Over people. Yes, you will lose this race you’ve trained all year for.
But, there is good news. Two journalist dudes will be in your face with a camera, making you look cool. Or in this case, one journalist dude who kind of looks like me (Prolly). Or I kind of look like him, because technically, he was born first… Check out Manual For Speed’s Tales from the 2014 Red Hook Crit below!
I’m not going to type anything because this is only limited to 20 pieces and it’s going to sell out FAST! Head over to the Cinelli Winged Store to buy one.
Cinelli and Chrome have teamed up to form an elite track crit racing team, with quite the impressive roster.
See more photos below, along with the press release.
In order for the Red Hook Crit to maintain its unofficial title of the gnarliest track bike criterium, it sometimes must rely on mother nature. This year’s race was a total wash. Literally. Rain poured all day and well into the women’s and men’s circuit, shortening both and creating a less-than-desirable mental mind fuck for the racers.
Even the photographers and crowds suffered.
Chris Lee has contributed multiple times to the Radavist and I couldn’t think of a better person to capture and document the eerie environment of the 2014 Red Hook Crit…