… and you can expect to see more photos of this bike next week. It looks even better in person!
Bell takes a look at Mike McCarthy, 1992 World Professional Pursuit champion and one of the few Americans to ever win the rainbow stripes. Interested in more? Head on over to Bell.
A group of people is working to raise money to buy Bruce Gordon Cycles and the Bruce Gordon Bicycle Collection. Their plans are to open the Bruce Gordon Museum and Bicycle School in the current BG Cycles location, offering educational and cultural programming to the population of Petaluma, and the Greater Bay Area. Check out more at the GoFundMe page!
Justin Severino, owner of the famous restaurant, the Cure in Pittsburgh, and three friends take a mountain bike and culinary road trip from Pittsburgh, PA to Asheville, NC through the Appalachian Mountains. I miss riding in Asheville!
Here’s the full video for the Zenga Brothers’ Tall Bikes Will Save the World!
Well… that’s one way to do it!
It’s easy to understand why people call Merckx the greatest of all time, especially when watching his stage 12 of 1967 Giro d’Italia victory. It was the first time Eddy won a mountain stage, thus beginning to carve his legacy. Nice find, Tracko.
You don’t always need towering mountains and long-travel to shred. Paul takes on the trails of the Serein valley, including some fun-looking river gaps.
… and I can’t wait to watch it!