From the EPICLY LATER’D series, pro skateboarder (does he need an introduction) Geoff Rowley talks about the joy of bicycle touring throughout America. Check out more of this amazing video at Vice. Thanks for sharing this video Mr Scoltock!
I really enjoyed this one. Here’s some background:
“For Andy Duncan, cycling means freedom and life without it is hard to imagine. As a Scotsman and philosopher who stood at the frontier of bike messengering in the Netherlands his affection for cycling stem from the 225.000 km he travelled through the streets and suburbs of Utrecht during the last 22 years. Two years ago Andy was diagnosed with an aggressive prostatic cancer and was told he had only three years to live. We met Andy just before he moved back to Scotland. Surrounded by moving boxes, he was working on his last bike – battered, but resilient and very much in love.”
Make sure you hit the CC for English subtitles.
Everyone is overdosing on ‘cross right now. It’s like we’re all sitting at our desks, gyrating, awaiting the cowbells and handups. Fueling the fire is Crafted Magazine, as they interview Adam from Stanridge and Marty from Geekhouse at KMC Providence Cyclocross…
Keep fighting the good (and tasty) fight, Anthony!
… but we knew that already, right? This is a great video!
Ride Along: Garrett Kautz from Strawfoot
Words and photos by John Watson
Strawfoot is one of those companies that has gained a lot of momentum over the past year in the cycling industry because of social media and word of mouth. While Strawfoot is a bag company, they’re most known for their socks. I was first introduced to Garrett from Brian Vernor last year, when I visited his small shop in Santa Cruz.
Over the past few months, Strawfoot has grown. They’ve moved to a bigger shop, are sponsoring a cross team and yes, he’s continued making socks, which sell out almost immediately…
… got together to do a video, showcasing this living legend riding his home trails and talking about Ritchey!
Photo by Spencer J Harding
As both a “journalist” and a consumer, I get really excited when I see something new coming from a brand, especially one with a history like Blackburn. In recent months, I’ve gotten to know the brand a bit better, both through their Meet the Rangers program and from a product perspective. I’ve seen a few of their forthcoming products, many of which I think you’ll be stoked on but before those roll out, I thought you’d appreciate a little Q&A with the brand.
To give the readers of the Radavist some insight into Blackburn’s modus operandi, I reached out to brand manager, Robin Sansom for an interview.
Read on below!
Here’s a little insight into why I love the dudes at Golden Saddle Cyclery so much. See much more at More than Stores.
Speaking of interviews, Manual for Speed’s Fan Club gets a new face with Kiel Reijnen. Head over to MFS for twenty and six questions!
Garrett Chow is an exceptional designer and I’m very fond of his work. In today’s industry, so many cycling-related projects rely on paint design, meaning it’s the ultimate crux in a project’s success.
It’s easy to draw some chevrons, or paint a logo a pantone and call it a day, but to really dive into data, something that’s typically not visually stimulating and pull a compelling paint job from a series of numbers and historical markers takes talent.
With the recent Mavic 125ans project bikes, I took a liking to Argonaut‘s design. There was information there and it required you to stop and really examine every aspect of the bike. There were a lot of immaculate paint jobs in the 125ans bikes, but this one was more than that…
See more below!
I’m stoked to see this as a Vimeo pick!
“Distance Over Time follows the truly inspirational story of James Golding, a man who has beaten incredible odds to achieve extraordinary things. From weighing 6 stone and being too weak to walk 5 years ago to taking on one of the most savage cycling records ever undertaken, Spindle Productions followed James’ remarkable journey.”
Man, I miss NYC and the people in this video!
Levis is continuing their Commuter campaign by profiling people who commute by and use the bike in the city.
Taking on a documentary named “Bicycle” must be a huge project, but this looks great!
When two names like this come together, you can only hope it’s gonna be good. Well… Looks good to me!
I agree, Tracko, this one’s a weird one! Weird, but there’s some good riding in there.