Photo by Kyle Kelley
I just left some of the most beautiful roads in Australia and yet a photo like this makes me want to hop on a flight to Los Angeles as soon as I’m Stateside.
Nice one Tracko!
Cloud Burst is one of my favorite rides I’ve ever done and was greatly responsible for my changed opinion on riding in Los Angeles. To this day, I still talk about it nonstop. If this daunting ride is too much for you to take on solo, the guys at Mudfoot are organizing the Hump Hundo, a group pedal up to Cloud Burst on May 5th.
See more details at ALightThatNeverGoesOut.
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This just in from Chrome:
“Thousands of racers will ascend on and crash the Los Angeles Marathon race course in the dead of the night to compete in one of the most toughest urban cycling races known to man. Chrome has partnered with Red Bull to bring the Wolfpack Hustle Unified Title Series to the next level of urban racing. This is just the first stop of the three race series that will span over several months including a LA Crit, and the 6th St. sprints. Only one man and one woman will be immortalized as winners of the official sacred dog tags which will prove their endurance, speed, and power.”
Wolfpack Hustle takeover! I gotta make it out to at least one of these events in 2013.
Wolfpack Hustle: The Unified Title Series
People may think I don’t pay attention to fixed freestyle but I’m very much still stoked on seeing the riders and the riding progress. Most importantly, dudes like Elliot Milner (Unknown Bike Co) are pushing themselves and having fun. If you pay attention to the little nuances in his riding, you’ll notice that pedal setting doesn’t matter to him and he can spin either direction with ease.
Leave it to Matt Spencer at Wolf Drawn to deliver an excellent video and if this doesn’t make you want to ride, I don’t know what will.
Photo by Matt Spencer
This is amazing. Well done Matt!
This is the third layout of the 2013 PiNP Calendar, entitled “The Lost Highway”. The camera, film used and location are located on the bottom left of the document.
On the first of each month, I’ll be posting a PDF file here on the site, allowing you to print this letter-sized document as you wish. Print as many copies as you’d like. Hand them out to friends or your local shop. It’s intended to be a free offering from the site, as a thank you to all the readers out there.
Spring is just around the corner and that means it’s time for rides that will kick your ass. The place where I go in the US for ass-kicking is Los Angeles. This stretch of the 2 is closed and for good reason. Falling rocks cover the road but man, is it other-worldly.
(UPDATED LINK – Sorry, I accidentally uploaded the JPG to the Dropbox!)
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