Just like everything Japanese, their new parking system is done with order and care. The interior shots of this machine are wild. I’d hate to see a “jam” in the system though.
On March 28th and 29th, in The Dalles, Oregon, the Gorge Roubaix will take place. A two-day stage race with views for miles on end. Castelli followed a group of riders out onto these empty roads for a bit of reconnaissance. This looks like a good time.
Scott Chapin and Steve Peat take to the hills of Yorkshire, England during a mid-winter storm on the new Santa Cruz Stigmata cross…
It’s not everyday you see Chas on his track bike and Mark Cavendish in a wind tunnel featured in a video… Check out more information at Oakley.
While the standard issue talking head approach to bicycle documentary can get old relatively fast, I found this one in particular to be quite informative. Filmed in Copenhagen and NYC, two cycling hubs, Genre de Vie takes a look at urban life and the empowerment achieved by using the bicycle as a form of transportation.
If you’re an architect, urban planner, or someone who is enthralled by urbanism, give this one a watch for sure.
It doesn’t take much to get my attention when it comes to camera straps. Never one to shy away from innovative design, I was pretty stoked to see the guys at Restrap develop a new “quick release” for neck and wrist lashes. Through utilizing magnets, their design makes swapping straps between your 35mm rangefinder to DSLR and vice versa, a cinch.
Made in the UK by Restrap and at a damn solid pricepoint too!
Head over to Restrap’s Shoot Kickstarter for more information.
This new spot for Opus Bikes makes my joints hurt just watching it. Yet, there’s something serene and still about winter riding. Check out more information on the Stelle disc cross at Opus’ site.
Jeff and Jamie know what it takes to have a happy relationship: mountain biking and lots of wheelies. Diggin’ the vibes in this video, Kitsbow!
As somewhat of a sleeper climb in the Midi-Pyrénées, Hautacam has a nasty reputation for exceeding the difficulty of other more notable passes. With an average grade of 8%, it’s sure to put fire in your legs. Watch as the Col Collective tackles Hautacam in their newest video…
Bombtrack rider Stefan “Fish” Vis took to the 2014 Bike Transalp, a 7 day mountain bike stage race, totalling 600km with 19,000 vertical meters and 1,200 registrants. Unlike the rest of the field, Stefan was on a cyclocross bike, Bombtrack’s the Hook.
As you could imagine, a cross bike would be a better companion on the long road climbs up, but would require a bit of finesse on the downhill sections… Head over to the Vimeo page for more information on this race.