Our buddy Zo got tailed by Chrome in his hometown of LA and in Brooklyn while in town for the Red Hook Crit.
Don’t let the man keep ya from having a good time. Man, the cops are tough on cyclists down in Australia!
Project Y v1 is a serious study of why humans pursue activities that challenge and push our emotional, physical, psychological, and spiritual limitations. The end result of this project will be a full-length documentary in which we hope to give the viewer a better understanding of why we test these limitations.
We bring to bear upon this project serious science, focused research, vetted experts, and honest intention. If selected as a subject-athlete you will play an integral part in the research and production of this documentary. As such we are looking for subject-athletes who are committed to a project of this nature. The project will depend on your integrity and commitment.
Above all, it is integrity and commitment we are looking for. We will be looking for subject-athletes who are able to express a true interest and honest intention in being involved in this project, because that’s what Yonder is committing to you.
The video application deadline is February 1st, 2017.
Visit Yonder Journal for specific details.
This just goes to show that you’re never too old to chase your dreams.
It’s that time of year. Blackburn is seeking their 2017 Rangers with four new European routes. If you’ve been waiting for this opportunity to come to Europe, now’s your chance. Head to Blackburn to see more information and check out this video from Ranger Amanda on the Divide from a few years back for inspiration.
Yeti takes on the Tobacco Roots range in their latest video, showcasing some of Montana’s epic scenery and riding.
Watch and Nik and Leif take on a cycling tour.
… and luckily there are still people who can work on them.
Since its inception, the Transcontinental Race has been one of the most thoroughly-documented, self-supported endurance races. Here’s another look into what racers experience on this painful trek across Europe.
This is a good watch, or listen, for the next five minutes of your morning.