Category Archives: velodrome
Perhaps you’ve heard of the Koochella track team? Well, All-City’s engineer Anna Schwinn spoke about them a little while ago on the AC Blog. Turns out, this Thursday (tomorrow) is the team debut at the NSC Velodrome.
Check out that kit and bike!
See the event flier below and more information at All-City!
What I’ve realized over time is that I end up with a lot of bike portraits of riders in my film rolls. This sparked an idea: a “ride along” interview series. We’ll start this off with Chris Lee, in NYC, where he interviews Brean Shea, a bike messenger and track cyclist.
When it comes to the UCI Track Cycling World Championships, I know where to go for photos: British Cycling. Each year they offer up a selection of moments from the weekend’s event that are too good to pass up. See more at the British Cycling Flickr.
One day I’d love to shoot photos at this event.
Cheetah, the documentary on Nelson Vails, is having a world premiere in NYC this Saturday. Pick up tickets here. See the Pennsylvania premiere flier below.
Yet another Milliman for Stoemper, featuring Guy East in Rotterdam!
On top of my photos from the TXCX State Championships, I’ve really enjoyed flipping through the UK Track Cycling Flickr account tonight. Head over for more! So inspiring.
… never get the attention or recognition they deserve.
Photos by Jack Chev
How does Tracko find this stuff? Chev’s photos of the Gent Six Day Race in t’Kuipke, Belgium are so good, they needed to be re-posted here. See the full 35mm black and white set here!
Photos by Brian Vernor
The one, of many reasons why I love Rock Lobster Cycles is Paul’s ability to make even a utilitarian, race machine sexy. All in house. Now, I call this utilitarian but in reality, it’s more of a rarity. The tubeset used in this bike was developed by Easton over ten years ago and never went into production. A special tubeset for a special racer: Aaron Bradford. Leave it to Vernor to capture this bike in a way that even makes me look at the way I photograph bicycles! See the rest here.