From Mass Appeal:
Sicilian-born musician Alberto D’ Ascola, or as he’s more commonly known, Alborosie, is an international sensation known for his rootsy brand of reggae. The Italian expat has been living in Jamaica for over a decade now and operates out of his Shengen Studio in the foothills of Kingston. The capital city served as the perfect backdrop for his latest eye-popping video, “Strolling,” featuring Jamaican-born reggae artist Protoje. The visuals for the track, off his Freedom & Fyah album on Greensleeves, are next level.
Another wicked MashSF clip!
Man riding, racing, and just hanging out with Larz is the best. We got to get out and shoot while he visited last winter. It was nice for us to see we could get out with a rider a hand full of times, and make a fun edit. He wanted to come from the woods, so I made him run a little before we gave him Dylan’s bike to ride. Hope to ride with you again soon.
Happy Friday y'all!
Clement Stawicki (France) and Joachim Rosenlund (Norway) competing the world's biggest bikepacking race - the "Tuscany Trail" (Italy). An unsupported bike adventure race of 560km distance, 11.000m of elevation and 530 competing starters. Clem and Joachim both achieved a great 15th out of all riders - but somehow it seems it's far more about the experience than the actual result.
A one-take Ugandan mystery reggae theatre production from Blue Imp Productions. blueimp.site/
Directed by Dan Moss, shot by Derek Debru and produced by David Cecil. Starring Jah City with choreography by Rehema Nsanyiwa. Beats by Fred Olsen. Music made in Tilapia Studios, Kawuku, Uganda. Thanks to Boutiq Foundation, Lagoon Resort and Cams And Grips rental.
The Brisbane Blast is excited to offer a new activity as part of the criterium program that appeals to a segment of the cycling network. Fixed Gear racing overseas is growing rapidly whilst here in Australia there are no such events.
Now it is, on the 20th of November!
Back in June, an eye-catching mural appeared on the wall of Nu Clear Dry Cleaners in Queens, NY. Rap fans might recognize the wall as the backdrop for A Tribe Called Quest‘s legendary ‘Check The Rhime’ video, and the mural celebrates the band’s legacy in the most fitting location possible – on the corner of Linden Boulevard and 192nd Street.
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Just saw this on Pedal Consumption:
Cinelli is coming out with a steel version of their popular Vigorelli model that will feature Columbus Thron triple-butted steel tubing and a tapered carbon monocoque fork… which looks a bit wonky on that headtube, but I’m sure it will grow on you.
Colorway: Electric Italo