Antonio Colombo has had a crucial role in the identity of Cinelli and last year at the 2012 Bicycle Film Festival, this interview was shot. Listen up (or read) to five minutes of reflection on the brand.
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Mike Giant is an artist that a lot of cyclists admire. His work has been shown around the world and his love of track bikes and the imagery associated with them pops up in his illustrations frequently. Check out this recent interview with the SF-based artist.
This year, Chrome is doing something a little different with their limited edition bag run:
“Each season Chrome drops a limited edition of our most popular bags. This year we’ve partnered with Ben Ferencz – gentlemen, farmer, and creative director of the much loved Freeman Transport (R.I.P.). Designer and maker of stuff from the mountains & valleys of Montana, Ben is originally from NYC and has a unique perspective on what it means to live the city.
CHROME ELEMENTS includes heritage buckle messenger bags, technology packs, militia rolltops and accessories. Inspired by the natural dyes and trims used in original outdoor gear of the 1930’s and 40’s. Guaranteed for life.
ALL PRODUCTS MADE IN THE USA”
See more at Chrome and check out an interview with Ben Ferencz below.
I had the pleasure of meeting Woof while in Jakarta. We nearly spent 24 hours a day together and so it was a little sad on the last day when he asked us all to do a “Why do you like riding a bicycle?” video. Here’s the first two in the series, featuring Tyler and Walton. I had so much fun with these two in Indonesia…
I don’t get interviewed that often and to be honest, when I do, the questions never dig that deep. Esther Merono was in town for SxSW and interviewed me for SLUG Magazine, where she did a little excavation into my opinion on various subjects. Head over to SLUG to check in.
DC has a long-standing courier culture and this new short film explores just that:
“The bicycle messenger has been a fixture of the Washington DC landscape for decades. This mini-documentary explores a handful of the present day road warriors as they battle traffic and technology in pursuit of a fair wage and a freewheeling style of life. This is a preliminary cut, currently in post-production wrap up. Produced as part of the Corcoran School of Art + Design New Media Photojournalism Masters Program by Fixed Focus Productions. Fixed Focus is Maria Helena Carey, Dakota Fine, Reyna Levine, and Colby Waller. Thanks to Joel Gwadz for insight on cycling culture.”
Check out more here.