Here you go, the second installment of this year’s SVENNESS series from CX Hairs. Just in time to get you stoked on the weekend’s races!
I cannot get over how incredible this year’s Trans Provence looks. Seriously, what an incredible event!
Even though the Radavist is based in Austin, Texas, I’ve put in more than enough time riding in inclement weather in NYC. I wish, back then, that I had footwear like the 45NRTH offerings. Check out this video for some insight into their lineup.
Front flip, meet possible cross wind, or any other number of factors that could come into play while doing a 75′ front flip during Rampage. Yeeeesh!
Brian Chapman really does build some exquisite frames. Check out this short video profile from his work space at Chapman Cycles. Looking great, Brian.
Portland Design Works introduces their new USB charging commuter lights, the Lars Rover™ in 650 and 450 lumens. Each light has five modes, depending on how you want to use them. For me, a 2 hour battery life on light like this seems pretty good, especially coming from a lamp without an external battery pack. That takes it out of the strictly commuter, blink light mode into some trail romping.
Looking good, PDW.
… four minutes of track standing on a velodrome, finished off with a sprint finish. It’s easy to see why this is a crowd favorite!
Here’s how all the action went down at the 2014 WPH HP Gran Prix. See the full results at Wolfpack Hustle.
Here’s a prospective on track racing from Don’t Do, with subtitles.