Austin Esposito brings us coverage from the 2017 Mission Crit in San Francisco.
Engine 11 takes to New York, SF and Long Beach as their team races various track bike criteriums.
… and with a new bike sponsor, Specialized, who has artist McKenzie Sampson designing the team kits and bikes for their new squad, Allez Allez. With a new sponsor comes new prize bikes and here are the two prize bikes for the winners of Brooklyn, this Saturday, April 30th. Stay tuned for more coverage…
By utilizing the Exposure platform, collapsable fender company Ass Savers has started a new platform for sharing photos, beginning with the Red Hook Crit Milano. Head on over to the Ass Savers Journal for the photos and story.
The Last One Standing race in Berlin adopts the rules from a miss-n-out and applies them to a fixed gear crit. 8Bar Bikes was there documenting the day’s events.
Here’s a video recap from this year’s Red Hook Crit Milan.
Here’s a video recap from Wolfpack Hustle’s Civic Center Crit that went down a few weeks ago in Los Angeles. There are some great shots in here and it looks like a great time as always.
Los Angeles, if you’re looking for a great spectator event, be sure to swing by the Wolfpack Hustle Civic Center Crit in downtown LA today! See more details at Wolfpack Hustle.
This year brought about the Red Hook Crit track criterium to London, where all the high-speed, spectator-friendly action took place on a closed course within the city center. Here’s the first video we’ve seen from the event. Be sure to share yours.
July 11th brings the Red Hook Crit to the streets of London. This one’s gonna be good! To make sure you’re on top of all the happenings, head over to the RHC London website and follow them on Facebook.
Here’s the first video coverage I’ve seen from the recent Wolfpack Hustle Shoreline crit that took place last weekend. My thoughts? Looks like a great event!
… and I’ll watch every one.
… thrills and spills abound in this highlights video from the 2015 Red Hook Crit Brooklyn!
Neil is a best and without a doubt the longest Red Hook Crit participant / bad ass / combatant ever. At least in my opinion anyway…
Here’s a short video showcasing German team Good Times Roll as they compete in various events and lay down the vibes for their squad.
This past weekend, racers and spectators gathered for the eighth annual Red Hook Crit. Unlike previous years, this last Saturday provided far more sun and warmth, although racers had to fight against considerable gusts of wind all day.
2015 brought the most diverse field of racers in the history of the Red Hook Crit. With 29 countries represented, it was a melting pot of nationalities staging in the Cruise Terminal, where riders warmed up before the races. Additionally the number of competitors in the women’s field more than doubled from last year, boasting a healthy 79 racers registered.
Like last year, multiple qualifying heats during the day were used to advance and place racers in the two feature races later that night. The men’s field had a new addition of the “Last Chance” race. The “Last Chance” race was a 14 lap crit with the top 10 finishers were added to the feature race.
At the end of the night, Ivan Ravaioli and Ainara Arteaga took home the win, the medals, the custom RHC Cinelli track bike, and the glory.
Poster art by Gianluca Fallone
The 2015 Red Hook Crit lands in Brooklyn this weekend for the eighth time and while the main race is sure to draw crowds, there are multiple parties and events throughout the week. Check out some of the after and pre-parties below.