Photos by Jacob Rader
This past weekend, I spent my time hanging out with some great people at what is best described as a “luxury cabin in the middle of nowhere”. Texas is like that: a thirty minute drive south and you’re surrounded by nothing. One of the people who spent the weekend with us, surrounded by cacti was Jacob Rader. He’s been a friend for a while but it’s not until you have nothing else to do but talk (and drink), that you really make a connection with someone. As someone who also can’t leave the house without a camera, I can appreciate his lovely work.
Follow his Flickr, for what it’s like to live and ride in Austin, Texas.
Photo by John Daniel Reiss
Maybe it’s the #lightbro, or maybe it’s the subject matter but John can capture some great moments on the streets of SF. Follow his Flickr for more.
Photo by Dave Beard
Dave has a new contribution up on Rec Fail, featuring Gus and his new SKYLMT. Hop on over to see what he gets himself in through.
Photo by Crihs Shirc
Photos by Dylan Bigby
Around this time each year, I start to yearn for riding in SF. I missed out on Ride N Style, but will be finding myself there in about a week. Til then, Dylan’s Tumblr, Times is Weird and Crihs’ Tumblr, I No Longer Live in New York, have been making me want to chill with the brehs again… Great photos man!
Photos by Rick Anderson
Rick posted up these two photos of Tom from when he was in Los Angeles. We’ve already seen Tracko’s photo from this (who obviously wasn’t used to shooting Tom’s riding) but Rick captured it perfectly (again). You should really check out Rick’s Tumblr, he’s got some great photos up.
Photos by Neil Bridge
While I’m sure this won’t be the last post from the Mudfoot Hump Hundo, I can’t pass up some great pics from Cloudburst. Check out more of Neil’s photos here.
Photo by Brenton Salo
Anytime I see a photo of Hufnagel, I gotta give it some love. Especially when it’s from the lens of Brenton Salo. Great photo man! Everyone’s following West America’s Tumblr, right?
The guys at Manual for Speed have you covered (well, Cannondale covered) for ‘cross in 2013. I can’t wait to see how this unfolds. Check out more at MFS 2.0.
One of my favorite cycling photo sites, Manual for Speed, just got a new look and a bitchin’ new logo. Head over now to check it out and hop onto their Twitter to wish them good luck at the Giro!
Photo by Matt Spencer
While Matt was in Phoenix riding with Jensen, they hung out with a local ripper named Michael Cahill. I’m sure there will be video evidence of said sessions, but for now, we get to soak in the radness that is this photo. Such a sick shot Matt!