Photos by John Daniel Reiss
As previously-stated, yesterday I rode with Chas in Golden Gate Park. Which if I lived in SF, would be a daily staple in my riding routine. There’s something completely ironic about a camo cycling kit but it works exceptionally well on the new Endo Customs-made TCB Courier kits and yes, they look completely rad in person too.
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Today, the Urban Cycling Hall Of Fame (UCHOF) was launched in conjunction with Echos CommunicationsChrome Industries. The purpose of the UCHOF is to spotlight the rich culture and history of urban riding. How is the UCHOF planning on doing so?
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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.
Yes! Remember, never read the comments on a Boda Boda NYC video…
Remember Triple Rush? I sure do and while it wasn’t the longest-lived show, it made me miss NYC. Now you can watch every episode online, for free!
See the full episode list at the Travel Channel.
Monster Track 14 descends upon NYC this weekend. Pre-Registration is this Thursday, March 14, 7pm at Tender Trap in Brooklyn (245 S 1st St). Check out more details at the MT14 Facebook page.
Ugalde’s artwork is always so insane!
Photo by Damian Riehl
As long as Damian keeps photographing this work horse, I’ll keep posting it. Even if this Casati is in need of a quick seat stay repair.
If I had to guess off the top of my head, which model bike has been featured the most on the site, it’d have to be the All City Nature Boy. Whether racing it singlespeed cross, or commuting or messengering on it, the Nature Boy is the people’s choice and when I saw Rob’s, I had to give it some lens love. Lots of street grime, character, stickers and yes, a top tube pad, make this one of the more unique builds I’ve seen. Technically, this isn’t a singlespeed though. Rob got a bit crafty with his setup. Look closely…
Usually, when I shoot a portrait of a rider and their bike, it goes at the end of a post but I really liked how these photos of Rob came out so he’s getting two galleries. Rob is quite the character. He came into Pearl Velo the day after NAHBS while I was working, snot dripping from his nose, bag all crusty and his bike was filthy. I couldn’t help but pull of the Mamiya 7ii and fire off a few shots. Rob helps throw a lot of the alleycats in the Denver area and has put in some serious saddle time on his Nature Boy. A full bike check is coming but for now, let’s admire this red-bearded brethren. Ladies, don’t get too hot and bothered, he’s taken!
Mamiya 7ii / 80mm
Photo by Brenton Salo
Around the time that I was shopping for my M7, Brenton was looking at the Leica R6.2 SLR. Those cameras are bomb-proof work horses and Brenton’s recent exposures are doing it justice. He posted this up on his Tumblr last night and I had to share. It’s like some modern day rendition of some hardened stage racer smoking on a mountain pass.
Digging the TCB Rack as well!