The Red Hook Crit always spawns so many videos!
Keirin is unlike any other form of track racing and this video showcases why.
Professional cyclists are attractive, male or female. This video focuses on the latter. Pain is beauty. Also, there’s gonna be a lot of ‘cross content this week…
It’s been a while since I’ve seen any video come in from Wolf Drawn, but Matt’s still got it. That opening sequence was great and the wheelie to whip skid at 3:00 is insanity. Great video man!
What an interesting concept for a cross race. Charge Bikes recently attended the Red Bull Velodux cross race, an event that took place in Switzerland. This race ran through a town that’s probably older than the USA, up and down stairs, and through its back-alleys.
Track bikes in New York City never get old!
Somehow I missed this video from Inside Line Equipment, showcasing their Prime photo bag. Everything this company makes is A+. I’ve had their Photo Mini bag for well over two years and it’s one of my favorite photo bags.
I’ve never been able to ride any of these climbs, so I’ve been enjoying the Col Collective videos. Not for the data or coaching aspect, but for the scenery. It’s striking! Here’s the latest project, which happens to be the first climb filmed for the Col Collective, the Col d’Aubisque…
Public works like this can be a lot of fun:
“The new Van Gogh-Roosegaarde bicycle path is made of thousands glowing stones inspired by ‘Starry Night’. It charges at daytime and gives light at night. The path combines innovation with cultural heritage in the city of Nuenen NL, the place where Van Gogh lived in 1883.
This is the second Smart Highway Project which are interactive and sustainable roads of tomorrow by designer Daan Roosegaarde and Heijmans Infrastructure. The goal is to make smart roads by using light, energy and road signs that interact with the traffic situation.”
See more at Studio Roosegaarde.
Ever wonder what makes the crew at Portland Design Works tick? Well, check this out…