A cyclist sprints through the streets of Johannesburg, engaging with the city like none other.
To celebrate his 30th birthday, Dead Cyclists Society decided to capture on film one of its founders and cornerstones, Simone Sandri. Happy Birthday!
Available in either Columbus Zona 4130 alloy steel or 7005 aerospace aluminum alloy tubing, the Weis Hammer Track is a race-tested machine, fit for the velodrome, alleycats or track crits. These framesets feature an asymmetrical rear triangle with the extra stiff, proprietary designed Speed Stay driveside chainstay, ensuring direct power transfer from the pedals to the pavement. Pricing starts at $1250.00 for the Steel Frameset and the Aluminum Frameset comes in at $1450.00. Check out more information at Weis.
Photo by Bob Huff
It seems like the Vanilla Workshop might bring back the Speedvagen Track bikes in their Ready Made program. I know the track bike’s heyday might be waning but surely people would race these at events like the Red Hook Crit or their local velodrome. See more at Vanilla and if you’re interested in a Ready Made track frame, email them with the subject line “track machine.”
Terry from 4K chased around Tommy from Blue Lug, Yoyogi while in Japan.
This is the ninth layout of the Radavist 2017 Calendar, entitled “Sunset Sprints” Shot with a Canon 1DXmkii and a 100-400mm lens in Silver Lake, Los Angeles.
“As the summer sizzles away and we’re greeted with the autumn #lightbro, down here in LA, it doesn’t look like the heat is giving up anytime soon…”
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The mobile background this month is from Point Reyes National Seashore Click here to download September’s Mobile Wallpaper.
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.
… is a good way to spend the day at the San Giovanni al Natisone Velodrome in Italy.
Filmed with 35mm, Super 16 and Super 8 cameras, the latest from Patrick Seabase also includes my favorite band…
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.