Photo by Neil Bridge
“Golden Saddle Cyclery hosted an amazing day of races to raise funds for the Encino Velodrome. The races consisted of a 3 category Omnium as well as a separate sprint race. Aside from racing, the highlight would have to be the camaraderie and the amazing food prepared by Todd of Burrito Project fame. Golden Saddle would like to thank the racers, spectators and all of our sponsors who donated prizes to help keep this amazing facility open. A special Thank You goes out to Keiron, of Ride The Black Line, for throwing this great event and allowing us to participate. Make sure to make it out to the rest of the summer series going on through out the months of July and August.
Shot and Edited by Ace Carretero
Concept by Kyle Kelley
Creative Consulting by Mel Seger (Luv Sik Grafix)
Shot with a Nikon D300s – 35mm f/1.4, 20mm f/2.8″
“Giro, the cycling world’s design leader since 1985, announced today the Air AttackTM, defining the next generation of cycling helmets. With a systematic approach to design and wind tunnel–tested performance, the Air AttackTM offers reduced aerodynamic drag, light weight and tremendous cooling power. Taken together, these factors can help riders to use their power more efficiently, creating what Giro calls “Free Speed”. The Air Attack will be available in two versions – including one with a magnetically-anchored optical shield, with MSRP of $200 USD and $240 USD respectively. The helmet will be available in Spring 2013.”
Shown above is the helmet without the Carl Zeiss Vision shield, to see more, check out a video below.
A few people forwarded this to me today and I didn’t have time to watch it until just now. Talk about a motivational video.
“This is the way we would like to introduce our characters! Our goal is to make a documentary following these “Unstoppables” in terms of training and participation in the next Paralympic Games London 2012.
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The 2012 Velo City dates are locked in! Make it out to this if you can and check out more at Cyclehawk.