Photo by George Marshall
I’ll always say I don’t like posting photos of myself, but I can’t pass up this one. A few weeks back, I met up with George Marshall from the Albion to get my portrait taken for the Rapha Survey. But what bike? My Icarus of course…
See more of George’s work in Issue #8 of the Albion, in shops now, for FREE!
Moth Attack is one of the most unique builders I’ve ever met and not just because it’s owned and operated by a woman. I spent a few hours visiting Megan in her commercial live work space in Los Angeles, touring her facilities that are literally feet above where she sleeps at night. This is the ultimate bike apartment, where everything from racing bikes to commuters and mountain bikes hang from the walls but to add to the mix, Megan designs and fabricates custom bicycles inside the space.
Sharing the loft is Jack, a track cyclist and mechanic. Both Megan and Jack have seperate, lofted studio spaces where they work. See for yourself below…
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Oh man. I saw this on the Signal Cycles Instagram yesterday6 and was wondering when they were going to post photos. This bike is oozing with style and that box lining is sharp. Check out more at the Signal Flickr. Man, these guys are getting some love on the site this week… Must be the rainy season.
I heard this was out of control, but I was not expecting this!
“What started out as a side event of “Side View Mirror Kick” at the 2011 CMWC in Warsaw Poland, quickly evolved into an all out free-for-all destruction session initiated by Von Munz of Milwaukee, WI.
intro color footage shot by Nico Deportago-Cabrera”
Matt displays some clean and balanced bike handling skills for Halloway clothing. Seriously, this edit is dialed.
Riding a bike in SoCal can be a blast and this new Fairdale video featuring Tom Perry captures a little bit of that. I love the Salk Institute fountain “gap”.
I always thought the FTC x Nabiis Alchemy track frames looked good and Fer’s current setup looks very nice. Something about a Zen Ring with a Vento always looks good. Check out more of this beast at PedalRoom!
I was just talking to Rob at Hold Fast when he mentioned Sam’s video was going live this afternoon. This is great. Like all of the Balhogs riding, it’s creative and fast. Killer job Sam.
For once, I’m actually sitting on some great Merckx Mondays content, so I’m going to let it float me for a few posts. This week, we’ll start off with Cooper Ray‘s lovely photos of Jay’s Colorado Merckx road. These photos were taken for Cultivar, a new enterprise arising in Brooklyn. More on that later, for now, let’s check out these lovely photos, taken on a Brooklyn rooftop, just before a sunset. Shots like this make me miss NYC.
I never thought the Flag Hatchet would be as well received as it has been. Since the stickers sell out so fast, I thought it was time to do something a little more timeless. But that doesn’t mean they’ll stay in stock any longer. These high-quality embroidered patches are 100% coverage and have an iron-on backing. They measure 4″ x 2″, so be sure to save a spot on your vest, bag or even saddle.
$5 for one patch shipped domestic, $6 international.
Sorry guys, these went fast!