Photo by Matt Lingo
Here’s a video from the recent Red Bull Mini Drome event in Paris. Thanks for sharing Marc!
Terrance and the guys from Heavy Pedal have been working hard on their new site. Head over and check it out!
It’s that time of year again, where we come together to be thankful for this year’s blessings. I think everyone has asked themselves this question at some point but every year I like to reflect on what I’m thankful for.
I want to take this moment to thank you, the readers, for coming to this site and engaging in (somewhat) positive discourse. Thanks to the builders for supplying us with eyecandy. Thanks to the photographers who have captured this culture, the riders for pushing themselves for our enjoyment, the companies for addressing our needs and finally, my supporters for making my job possible.
Thanks to everyone who’s contributed anything positive to this site. You make all this worth while!
Zlog is having a Black Friday sale. Head over for the details!
Photo by Francesco Rachello
The Red Hook Crit Milano is already building up a ton of cadence. So far, eight riders from the US are confirmed and that has the Italians a bit nervous, sending them to the streets for training sessions. Francesco was there to document the night time riding. Check the rest of the photos out here!
Who are the eight riders?
1. Neil Bezdek
2. Alexander Barouh
3. Kacey Manderfield
4. Nathan Trimble
5. Chris Thormann
6. John Kniesly
7. Chas Christiansen
8. Jon Phillips
Best of luck guys!
Check out Steven Dunnuck’s introductory edit for Black Market! Dude brings some serious moves. Diggin it!
Yesterday was a whirlwind experience. We drove to just about every overlook on Waimea Canyon (next time I’m bringing my road bike!) and hit up various waterfalls. I haven’t jumped off a 20′+ tall cliff in years and it was the most fun I’ve had on the trip. I posted up some more below, so check them out!
I know this is off-topic as anything but over the past few weeks, I’ve been having this discussion with many of my friends about how people, for the first time in decades really, are actively seeking out high-end, made in the USA products. Lasco is a brand based in LA that’s seeking out these customers. Their website is really empty right now but this video is pretty informative. At least this company isn’t owned by anti-abortion scumbags in hippie’s clothing.