Mute the music and just watch Sagan do his thing. Man, someone needs to get this guy racing cross again.
I like seeing companies like ENVE take into consideration that not everyone drives to races. Carrying race or pit wheels on your back is pretty much the norm if you live in a city that has bicycle racing within riding distance from your local shop or house.
See more photos and details below and scoop one of the ENVE Wheel Backpacks up at your local dealer.
I always love seeing Jumbo!
“Meet Jumbo and Fergie, two bike messengers from Copenhagen, under the preevent for European Cycle Messenger Championship 2014 in Copenhagen. They tell us about how the bike Messenger job changed their life. It’s so much more than money. It’s about speed, friendship, gear and the sense of freedom.”
Need some weekendspiration?
“Four brothers (the Zenga Bros) get together to discuss their dream of the ultimate family road trip. 17 family members, 6 to 60 years of age, tour the Pacific Northwest on custom art bikes and in wildly decorated vans; their dream unraveling on the open road before them.”
Here’s a nice and simple video from Finnish framebuilder, Konga Bicycles.
Crihs has a pre-order open for his I Love NY More than You kits. Head over to pre-order.
Yeti makes some phenomenal mountain bikes and now, they’re making them even better.
“SWITCH INFINITY is a Yeti Cycles patented design that allows unprecedented control of suspension kinematics. The end result — an extremely efficient pedaling platform without compromising small bump compliance. Point it down and the suspension switches to controlled and bottomless. FOX know-how makes the system bombproof and low maintenance.”
See more photos below and read up on Switch Infinity and the SB5c at Yeti.
Dario Pegoretti is the man and I could watch him work all day. This is a great video on an exceptionally talented frame builder.
I’m stoked to see this as a Vimeo pick!
“Distance Over Time follows the truly inspirational story of James Golding, a man who has beaten incredible odds to achieve extraordinary things. From weighing 6 stone and being too weak to walk 5 years ago to taking on one of the most savage cycling records ever undertaken, Spindle Productions followed James’ remarkable journey.”