… and here’s an video all about her. If you’d like more, head to Pretty Damned Fast.
Duluth’s trails are something I’ve yet to experience and while they’re ripping all summer, as Advocate Cycles proves in this video, their Watchman fatbike is more than capable of making even a winter trail session lots of fun.
… after quitting her studies in microbiology. Find out more about Kelsey’s life as a bicycle messenger in this profile video.
This short video showcases the cargo capacity of their bikes, no matter how precious it is.
Riding in some places during the winter months takes dedication.
This is wonderful, Ertzui! Enjoy.
Desert landscapes are such soothing places, as the crew at Social Peloton found out in a very unique place.
This weekend brings about the Sverigetempot premiere in Los Angeles. To give you a taste of what to expect, Ertzui has uploaded a teaser trailer. Check out all the information for the premiere at our archived post and info for the group ride on Saturday morning below.
NOT THE LENGTH OF SWEDEN POST RIDE WITH THE SEQUOIA TEAM.
Meetup at Golden Saddle Saturday morning 1/21 7am. All welcome, no drop, 35 miles, mixed-terrain with over 4,000′ elevation. Be advised, these roads are steep and the terrain is rough at times. You can ride it on a road bike, but a fat tire ‘cross bike would be best. Complimentary breakfast stuff upon return to GSC.
For anyone that can’t make it to the premiere, you’ll be able to view it on Specialized.com over the weekend!
Velocio makes gear to keep you warm, no matter the weather.
I love seeing videos like this from my favorite place to ride…
“In 2014, President Obama designated a portion of the San Gabriel Mountains as a National Monument. Located northeast of Los Angeles, California, these mountains often experience a weather phenomenon of inversion clouds called “marine layer” due to their proximity to the cold Pacific Ocean. From 2012 to 2017, I frequented the San Gabriel Mountains recording time-lapse footage in a variety of weather conditions and seasons to showcase the natural beauty of these mountains. To learn more about marine layer, visit the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration site. To learn more about the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument visit this website”