Thomas and Simon Becker take on the Romagna Bike Trail for Bombtrack in their latest video.
While Paul recommends not breaching the 4nm torque spec on their Boxcar stem bolts, just how much can Travis push it? This should go without saying but don’t try this at home!
We’ve got some photos on the way from this event, but for now, here’s a preview video from Bike Chaser.
… it’s really good! And people really like the new Stumpy.
“A two-month, two-thousand-mile book tour by bike to save 1.1 million acres of wilderness…”
Read more about this project and make a donation at Kickstarter!
Salsa brand manager Justin Julian takes his son Waylon out on a ride…
Justin sent over this video he made while on tour in the lakes district of Chile and through parts of Northern Argentine Patagonia. It’s a bit long of a watch but well worth it to kickstart your wanderlust.
The third installment of the DreamRide series transports us to follow along as Mike Hopkins takes on epic landscapes. Check out the previous two DreamRide videos in the ‘related’ sidebar.
Jay Ritchey, son of Tom Ritchey, has both worked for his father, Tom, and for Rivendell over the years. He’s also a filmmaker with a love for bikepacking. Check out the latest PLP Talks for some inside information on what makes Jay tick.
The story behind this film is so interesting…
“The film follows my cousin, Zack, and I as we half bike-pack half bike ride across the US with cameras to uncover the dark story behind how or why our grandmother died suddenly from mesothelioma, an asbestos-caused cancer.
We made this film because we wanted people of our generation to know the truth about the fucked up problem of asbestos. It’s something that corporations and the government have covered up for years. Fun fact – the California state rock, serpentine, commonly contains a form of asbestos called “chrysotile”!
We are in the middle of our film festival run and are showing at the Newport Beach International Film Festival on Wednesday, May 2nd @ 7:30PM.”
See more at Asbestos Movie.