Category Archives: Videos
Back in the 90′s Squid threw a themed event called the Warriors race. Just like the movie, it was a team event and took people all over NYC. This year, he brought the event back, in the form of a fun ride and Takuya Sakamoto was there shooting video.
I can’t wait to see more from this!
Cadence’s new Motion Kit is one of their best designs in my opinion but how can you showcase a kit called “Motion” in photos? Hence the video…
Wow. I’m speechless. I love how most of this video is filled with vignettes of the sites and sounds of Chile and very little actual cycling.
“Second part of our travel – almost 4 months of cycling through the amazing Chile. After a really tough start we fell in love with our bikes, but first of all we fell in love with the country.
Few things come to my mind when I think ‘Chile’: beautiful landscapes, difficult past, very friendly and helpful people and unfortunately, a lot of hidden, mainly environmental problems (contamination from mines, HidroAysén project).
It was a really wonderful time. Many thanks to all good people we’ve met on our way!”
Neko snapped his chain, right out of the gate and still pulled off one of the best times of the day at the UCI Downhill WC, landing him in 4th place overall. All this kinda makes that bad luck 13 number suddenly seem quite lucky. I can’t stop watching this.
Thanks for sharing this video, Neil!
I met Luciano Berruti at the L’eroica Britannia and I couldn’t get over how rad he is. Seriously, mind blown…
Man, it’s a Red Hook Crit morning. Here’s a video showcasing Neil Bezdek and his Rider Cap:
“Neil Bezdek is a bike racer, advocate, commuter, and writer based in New York City. Neil grew up mountain biking on singletrack outside of Denver, Colorado before falling in love with road cycling while attending college in scenic Santa Barbara, California.
After a year-long stint as a bike messenger in New York City, Neil took up road racing and competed professionally for three seasons. Now pursuing a “grown up” career in NYC’s Department of Transportation’s Bike Share Program, Neil still finds time to moonlight as a semi-professional at races across the US while also contributing regularly to Bicycling magazine.
Neil is a four-time winner of the Red Hook Criterium, which we considers his all-time favorite cycling event.”
Pick up a cap at the Cinelli Winged Store.
… and here’s Iride’s coverage!
Man, it’s been a crazy few days and while I settle into posting, I’m going to fire off a few Red Hook Crit videos.
In the wake of #CrossGate2014, Tim Johnson sent this over. Thanks for sharing buddy!
Ratboy takes us along on his way down in Hafjell at the UCI WCH… Literally. #RubberSideUp!