I’m really proud of everything Andy is doing in Melbourne, including this event:
FYXO is proud to host the first Australian Custom Bicycle Show this 1 & 2 December in Melbourne, Australia.
The ACBS is an opportunity to see a flourishing range of high quality hand constructed frame offerings that are ‘Made in Australia’ and cater to the desires of passionate cyclists.
We aim to promote and foster a part of the bicycle industry we have long been passionate about. Made by Hand / Made in Australia.
From Frame builders and painters to hand crafted cycling accesories, come meet established and emerging exhibitors, their custom products and fall head over pedals in lust with their offerings.
See more here.
Photo by Damian Riehl
I don’t usually post the same thing twice but Damian’s photo of that Pegoretti Custom Fizik is too good to pass up. Shot with TMY 400 pushed to 1600 ISO, during processing, making this shot actually possible handheld. See two more great shots at his Flickr and if you don’t already follow Damian on Tumblr, do so!
Yikes! Someone’s getting a race-ready ride. This Firefly is looking sharp but it needs more mud.
Amanda sent this over from the Chrome Portland opening party. I wish there would have been a video from when I drank her under the table during my stay in PDX!
So many emails come from kids asking me to plug their new FGFS videos and I can’t feasibly post them all. But after watching Omar Sebai’s newest edit, I just had to give this some love. Really digging the street lines here.
Princeton Architectural Press has published a book called Instant: The Story of Polaroid. I know plenty of film buffs read this site, so I thought I’d share.
Hey remember when every track bike video had excessive slow motion?…
As winter approaches here in the States, Australia braces for summer. Who better to ring in the warmth than FYXO?
Mike posted up some great photos of a Histogram build over at the Mash blog. Head on over and check the rest out.
So much radness once again from the FBM dudes.