For five years now, Harry Harrison from Field Cycles has been building custom bicycle frames in Sheffield, UK. Here’s a look inside his workshop…
Products and videos like this are always bitter sweet. How about drivers just pay attention on the road, rather than try to make cyclists look like Tron rejects to catch their attention. Although I will say the paint itself looks interesting…
With all the trips to Melbourne I’ve made, I still can’t believe that Tassie wasn’t in the agenda. Next time for sure.
Scott takes to the Surrey Hills trail system with Brendan Fairclough for lots of cooked corners, slow-mo product shots, whips and long manuals on his Genius 700. Those trails look so good!
Portland’s River City Bicycles turned 20 recently and to commemorate that event, they made this video about Portland and the shop itself. I gotta swing by there while I’m in town!
Bell continues their coverage of the Spring Classics with E3 Harelbeke, a race often described as a warm up for Flanders. Don’t be mistaken, this is far from a walk in the park. See more information at Bell!
It’s been a year and a half since the first trailer came out. Let’s see the full length. Thanks for the heads up on this one Tracko.
Here’s another video from the Col Collective, featuring yet another one of Europe’s most fabled road climbs, the Col d’Izoard. The climbing data is there, sure but the landscapes are what these videos are all about, in my opinion.
Things aren’t always what they seem, are they?