The Radrace Heidbergring returns with a last racer standing format…
Bill from CX Hairs can’t stop dreaming about cyclocross…
This is so rad:
“The Sidecar Bicycle is a stout three wheeler with a hardwood flatbed and a small 12″ wheel. Here at Horse, we use it for work and for play. It’s perfect for hauling packages around town, but after hours we throw a surfboard or two on her and cruise down to the beach. It has approximately a 100lb load capacity = 3 large dogs. Made entirely of super strong chromoly alloy steel, this bike was built strong and Horse tough.
The bicycle comes complete and ready to ride with 35mm tires, Brooks Saddle and Brooks Grips. The flatbed is made of hardwood oak, but is also available in reclaimed Coney Island Boardwalk salvaged from Hurricane Sandy.”
See more at Horse!
Tom Ritchey, Thoas Frischknecht, and Nino Schurter met up at Sea Otter last year and discussed MTB’s roots in this video…
Here’s a great video about what cycling is to the women of Los Angeles:
“For the longest time I wanted to do a piece on women’s cycling and got carried away with work, a cycling related accident and just life. The other day I was looking through my feed on Facebook and came across Asia’s post and that gave me the nudge I needed to make the video. I was hoping to get some interviews to feature on the video but Instead I let their riding do all the talking.
Man… Kris at 44 Bikes sure knows how to present an intro to a fun project. This one’s gonna provide for some good times in LA this week. Expect more soon but for now, check out more at the the 44 Bikes XXX The Radavist ISSU book.
The gloves that will never get lost because you’ll never take your hands out of them.
Chris Chance is bringing back Fat Chance Bicycles. Making a killer bike back in the day wasn’t easy and bringing it back to life 15 years after closing down shop can’t be either. Chris will be speaking at Mission Workshop San Francisco Saturday August 15th.
Need a new trail or bikepacking helmet? Check out the new Giro Montaro™ MIPS. With looks to kill and great details, these helmets will be hitting dealers in October for a retail of $150, something we can all afford. Check out more information at Giro and see the product details at their web shop.
… not that we needed any convincing. See more information at Ride the Tetons.