We missed out on posting the Amstel Gold video from Bell with all the Sea Otter madness going on last week, so here’s a video in preparation for the forthcoming La Fleche Wallonne on April 22nd.
Kitsbow interviews one of the originals in the US custom framebuilder family, Bruce Gordon. Maker of the RockNRoad tires and a veritable autodidactic raconteur, Bruce has as many frames under his belt as he does stories. Great video and even better dude.
Here’s another short film from Ben Johnson, the eye behind First Lookout from a couple months back. In this piece Ben’s captured another early morning ride experience with a punchline that should resonate. While the film features a product, for which the video is an ad spot, it certainly doesn’t feel that way.
This looks phenomenal!
“The video was captured in Zermatt Switzerland on the bottom of the famous Matterhorn. Just for fun we went out on the evening of the 7th of March to capture some moonlight shots; with only the four of us to put it all together. We used a variety of techniques ranging from filming on skies with handheld gimbal, drone shots and and some time-lapse. Only due to cutting edge technology is it possible to capture the incredible images illuminated only by moonlight.”
See more at Moonriders.
For their next Four Corners video, Kona kicks it into high and heads south. The Zone is designed for a road racer who wants a little more from their bike. This Scandium frameset utilizes the same geometry as the carbon Zone and includes a carbon fork with a tapered steerer tube. It also features internal routing, fender eyelets and room for up to a 32mm tire.
See more at Kona.
“What started off as a way to pay the rent in San Francisco, soon turned into a new way of life for Chas Christiansen. Messenger cycling opened up a world of opportunity and introduced Chas to an international community of like-minded people. Taking his bike everywhere that he goes, travelling the globe in search of new people, cultures and experiences.”
Nice one, Oakley.
Talk about monumental scenery. Fixed gear mountain bomber Patrick Seabase is back, tackling another resting giant in his latest video.
Giro’s Grinduro is sure to provide a weekend of radness on October 10th. Here’s a video short profiling what you’ll do and see. Head over to the Grinduro Facebook for more updates and remember to check out the Grinduro Gallery.
Registration is now open at Grinduro.
To accompany the launch of their new Sherpa Overland bikepacking platform, Rocky Mountain bikes worked with Brian Vernor to produce a short film on Arizona’s Black Canyon Trail. These Canadian freeriders and XC racers are surely out of their element in the hot desert sun, but the vibe is right and this one should get the stoke going for a weekend adventure.