This famous climb has seen many a great moments in cycling, including the ’88 Giro when photos of a frozen Andy Hampsten circulated the globe. The Col Collective takes on Passo Gavia for their latest video…
This is great! Here’s some background:
“This video was made in support of The Wolf’s Mouth’s upcoming travel project “FOUNDATIONS.” Its intent is to show the struggles and mental hardships of growing up ethnic, the acceptance of one’s self, and how the joy of cycling is present for everyone.”
See more information at the project’s Go Fund Me.
We haven’t seen much street brakeless track bike action from Japan, mostly because it’s supposedly illegal, but Dosnoventa is taking to the streets in their new video. Also, I hope we see more of that Bronco at the :26 mark.
How did I miss this when it first came out? Thanks for sending it my way, Chris! Yes, it’s slightly NSFW.
Just in time for the weekend races! Thank you CX Hairs!
Joe Barnes is doing it right. He could have looked back on his season and thought, “Hey, I finished on the podium at an Enduro World Series event and finished 9th overall in the series, I should get out a RED camera, select my favorite dub-step cuts, design some slick graphics, and make a facsimile of almost every other video out there at the moment to really push my brand.”
To the benefit of us all he didn’t, instead he continued to produce the Dudes of Hazzard, a mix of on bike schralping, off bike antics, and conceptual absurdity that takes itself just as seriously as anything based on professional recreation should. If this strikes your fancy don’t worry, there is a couple years worth of back catalogue to watch and the Dude’s don’t deviate.
Rocky Mountain reached out to local jersey manufacturers, Cima Coppi to create 100% merino wool short and long sleeve jerseys featuring their 1980’s throwback logo. They’re in stock now in small quantities, so hurry over to Rocky Mountain.
I’d say this is the best RHC Milano video to date, but I wish they interviewed more women about their criterium. Where’s Ash Duban?! Regardless, it’s a well put together documentary about a race that began illegally in the backstreets of Red Hook and eventually, Milano.
Yeah, it’s a total bro-down and a quick NSFW moment at 1:20 but cliff jumping a MTB seems like a good way to spend your afternoon. Check out the extras for how they pulled that one off.