Two great brands coming together to support four years of PDW. Be there!
If there’s one thing shooting with the Hasselblad has taught me it’s selection. Velo Cult‘s new location in Portland is far too massive to capture in a roll (or in this case, less than a half of a roll) but I feel like these photos pick up on some of the highlights. For those who want a more comprehensive Photoset, don’t fret, digital is on the way. It just so happened that the analog photos were done before the digital.
This shop needs no introduction but for those looking for a background, I do believe Velo Cult’s San Diego space was one of my first Shop Visits. Check the original photos out here.
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… Beautiful. We’ve spent the past few days exploring within the city and out of the city, trekking out to Horsetail Falls and various other trails. We’ve seen many great shops and met some brilliant people. While I’m collecting photos, I figured I’d share a few off a roll of film I just got back from the Hasselblad.
Today a small group is heading out on a century through the country roads and into Hood River. I’ll be away from the computer all day, but will have my 35mm on me, so expect some great photos from our ride. Posts will resume on Wednesday, including some from Hufnagel Cycles!
Velocult‘s been thriving in their new Portland location and with all the events going on at the shop, the guys will be putting up a monthly video blog, starting with May.
This Saturday, May 12th, Grant Petersen of Bridgestone and Rivendell fame will be at Velo Cult. Show up, have a beer and discuss how a touring bike should be loaded and the benefits of 650b. Oh Portland, you’re so rad.
Could this be the Mark Nobilette-built Velo Cult randonneur project popping up, ever so discreetly on the Velo Cult blog? I hope so! Come on Anthony, show us more. It’s been a year since the last teaser.
Velo Cult left the sunny beaches of San Diego for Portland’s bridges, frame builders and coffee. On March 24th, their new space will be unveiled and knowing what the old shop looked like, the one in Portland is bound to be even better. I’m going to try my best to make it to Portland next month!
For full details, see the flier below.