Chari & Co shot this video at last weekend’s Red Bull Mini Drome at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple.
It’s that time of year! The winter cold has thawed and everyone is out on their bikes…
“Tallinn Bicycle Week and Tour d’ÖÖ group rides are activities brought to life by a circle of bicycle aficionados in order to bring different bike lovers together, grow ‘the pack’ of cyclists on the streets of Estonian cities and honor the bicycle as one of the greatest thought and action inspiring mechanisms ever invented. TBW is celebrating the cycling culture as a whole.”
I agree, Tracko, this one’s a weird one! Weird, but there’s some good riding in there.
Bike racing can change your life, no matter how old you are:
“Riding was inspired by Tim’s participation in the Tour of Flanders 2014 cyclo-tourist ride of 245 km. At the age of 71, Tim is still an active cyclist. His novel The Rider, first published in 1978 and translated into English in 2002, is considered to be “the best writing on the subjective experience of cycle-racing”.
In this short documentary we interweave Tim’s moving story with historical photos from his ‘first racing life’ and his participation in the Tour of Flanders, which symbolizes his ‘second racing life’.”
… I’d be riding this trail again.
Well, we’ve seen the saddles being made through photos, now let’s look at Brooks’ portage line through this video…
Crihs really did a great job on the 2014 Red Hook Crit Brooklyn video. Enjoy!
Today’s videos are so amazing…
“This profile film follows US Army Veteran, Ari Sonnenberg throughout the streets of Portland, OR as he describes his 15 years in combat, his transition into civilian life and his struggle with the Veterans Affairs system. Throughout everything in Ari’s life, cycling has been a constant source of therapy and joy.
To view the entire story, please visit Juliet Zulu.”
Thanks for sharing this video, Brenton!
This project is looking so good.