Category Archives: track bike
Seabase in Morocco

I feel like Patrick Seabase is always a few steps ahead of me in terms of travel and cycling destinations. I’ve wanted to go to Morocco for so long and now, this video just ups the ante.

Jul 27, 2017 7 comments
100 Laps

… is a good way to spend the day at the San Giovanni al Natisone Velodrome in Italy.

Jun 16, 2017 Comments are OFF
Derborence

Filmed with 35mm, Super 16 and Super 8 cameras, the latest from Patrick Seabase also includes my favorite band…

Jun 15, 2017 3 comments
Mash SF: Eddy

Mash follows Eddy through the fog, the city and to the coast just in time for sunset in their latest video edit. The opening sequence for this is so good.

May 9, 2017 4 comments
Juliet Elliot’s Hartley Cycles Red Hook Crit Track Bike

Caren Hartley recently completed a track bike for Juliet Elliot to take on the Red Hook Crit Brooklyn this weekend with. Made from Columbus HSS Spirit, with a Columbus Futura fork and custom paint, done in-house at Hartley Cycles, complete with gold leafing and fiery red candy fade. See more details at Hartley Cycles and keep your eyes peeled at the Red Hook Crit for this bike in action!

Apr 27, 2017 5 comments
Alvise Zanasca

The 2017 Red Hook Crit season is about to begin and for the past few years, Alvise Zanasca has shown he’s a force to be reckoned with.

Apr 17, 2017 Comments are OFF
Mash SF: Chas

Chas is an amazing human. One that can translate his optimistic attitude directly to his bike handling. Stoked to be spending a few days with this guy in the mountains this week!

Apr 10, 2017 21 comments
2017 NAHBS: The Ground Up Speed Shop Steel Aluminum Titanium Track

Eric Baar is a man of many talents. He can wield both welder and a paint brush to many forms of materials. At NAHBS this year, he brought his 2016 creation: the Steel Aluminum and Titanium track bike. You should be able to guess which part of the bike is which, but I’ll give you the information anyway. Eric made the rear triangle of this track from machined titanium, down to the track ends. This is then bolted to the aluminum front triangle, using cleverly located and designed hardware. From there, he left it up to a bladed steel track fork to complete the tryptic of materials.

The final touch was a series of one-touch paint experimentations, all of which Eric lays down by hand. Follow Ground Up’s work at their Facebook.

Mar 12, 2017 16 comments