Category Archives: road bike
Man, that’s one of the longest titles of a post about a post of an event ever. Seriously… what the… Anyway, check out Manual for Speed’s coverage of the USACPRC for some really great #Chillers, Viking commentary and of course, Ted King. Not to be confused with Ben King.
Labels out Ted, labels out.
The Pulse is Signal’s third production bike but you could probably say it’s their fastest. This bike just exudes speed, even sitting in the photo studio.
Signal went with a tapered Enve fork with a tapered headtube, double oversize Columbus Life tubes and pulled it all together in a tight, zippy geometry.
Available in the stock sizes additional options to play with like paint colors, component kits, disc brakes and Di2.
Prices start at $2500 for frame, fork and Chris King headset. Completes from $4500.
Check out more below and contact Signal for ordering options.
There’s something odd about these videos, yet I always watch them. I think by now, the world has seen that you can do any amount of freestyle on an inappropriate bike, but what happens when riders start trying to one-up each other? Isn’t that how subsets of sports are born?
It just so happens that these videos have insane budgets, so at least they’re compelling to watch…
Yowwwwwch! I’ve always loved those Royce Racing Gold hubs but I’ve never seen them so well documented on a bike before. These Firefly photos are oooozing with gold bokeh. See more at the Firefly Flickr!
I’ve ridden some of this route and it’s amazing but not nearly as amazing as these women, all of which are inspirational to other cyclists, male and female alike. Read up more and see some photos at Rapha!
I’ve never been to Mallorca, but videos like this from the 5th Floor make me want to go.
I had no idea Matt from Ornot was taking video with his RX100 the whole time we were riding Up the Devil’s Ass. You’ll see all the party boyz and girlz of cycling in this one.
And if you missed my ride photos from this rad day, check them out at Riding Dirty Up the Devil’s Ass.
The Sequoia and Kings Canyon Loop
Photos by Sean Talkington and Ryan Wilson words by Sean Talkington, photo captions by Ryan Wilson.
About a month ago I received an email invite from Ryan Wilson to join in with a small group riding Kings Canyon Loop. I had never really ridden with Ryan and had no idea what Kings Canyon was, but seeing so many of his bitchin photos in the Western Sierra on Instagram was more then enough to lure me into a day of riding. What I didn’t know was that this guy goes out on some REALLY HUGE days to take these shots of scenic wonder and most of the time he does it alone.
… all I can say is one day, I hope this is me!
Inspired by dazzle camo and built with a mix of Reynolds and Columbus tubing, this Field Cycles road is lightweight and just looks mean. I’m no longer a fan of ISP’s but the continuity of this design is striking.
See more at Field!