Click on the image for the link to the LOW// blog with images by Ian Sutherland.
Some nice photos of the A-train workshop
better then anyone else.
This spectacular circular cycle bridge in the Dutch city of Eindhoven has recently been opened to the public. The cable-stayed bridge, designed by ipv Delft, offers cyclists and pedestrians an exciting crossover. With its impressive pylon, 72 metre diameter, thin deck and conspicuous lighting, the cyclist roundabout is a new landmark for the city.
Having your own, made to measure frame made is a one-of-a-kind experience. Especially when you commission it to master frame builder Giovanni Pelizzoli and his team. Planning the frame, discussing it together in all of its details, establishing a precise purpose and developing it accordingly is something to be recommended to anyone with a true passion for bicycles. Discover more at pelizzoliworld.com
Words - Michele Colucci
DontDo presents his first documentary on bike .
A film in which you will be able to follow a French rider in the Red Hook Crit in Milano. This crit has become a must for any fixed gear fan.
Introduction of a series of documentary, this first part presents the ins and outs of the Red hook Crit.
It is the opportunity to meet riders coming from all around the world, like Ray Cooper (King Kog - Rosko), Kyle Murphy (MASHSF) and Evan Murphy (Stanridge Speed Cycles). They will share with us their visions about bike’s world and this spectacular event .
Come explore Rick Hunter’s workshop in the hills of Santa Cruz county where a pump track sits steps from where he builds mtn, cross, road and touring bikes.
An avid cyclist himself, Rick is a riding framebuilder, “When I ride I think about the bikes that I’m building,” Hunter says. Clean/simple lines have become synonymous with a Hunter’s frames and the most important part is making the best experience for the customer.
Happening in March, I encourage attendance.
Shout out to Andy Becker for the great video edit.
I am always amazed at the steadfast longevity of traditional crafts and their masters that are celebrated in Japan. I really wish the western world would take a page from this culture of sustainability, rather than profit and consumerism.