Keirin is unlike any other form of track racing and this video showcases why.
Fender company Ass Savers is partnering with Rapha to bring Trackside ‘85 Photography Exhibit to Rapha Cycle Club Manchester as the exhibition’s final 2014 destination:
“Gothenburg, Sweden, 7 November, 2014 – After successful stops in Berlin, Barcelona and London, the Trackside ’85 photo exhibition presented by Ass Savers travels to the Rapha Manchester Cycle Club on November 18th for its final stop of the tour. Staffan Jofjell’s brilliantly captured photographs from the 1985 Berlin Six Day track race will be on display from November 18th to 23rd to coincide with the Six Days of Ghent…”
Here’s a video about Mianzi Rei, a woman who rides and races track in Berlin, shot on a Red…
… four minutes of track standing on a velodrome, finished off with a sprint finish. It’s easy to see why this is a crowd favorite!
Here’s a prospective on track racing from Don’t Do, with subtitles.
Jens, it’s been real and I’m stoked for you! You really have revitalized this event.
Right now, you can watch the one and only Jens Voigt take on the Hour Record in the embedded video above. Also, don’t miss this in-depth look at Jens’ bike at Cycling News!
Photo by Marc Marino
I love this bike, Marc and I can’t wait to shoot it one day.
Here’s a short and sweet video from Ride the Black Line‘s Summer Series at Encino!
Although it’s far from the spartan life of East Berlin, living in the west part of town is not always easy. The instability in world politics is constantly reminding the citizens of how vulnerable their city is. West Berliners stoically maintain a spirit of normality in their isolation. Their celebrations and manifestations of life before the wall serve as rituals that keep the absurdity of the surrounded city at bay…