Now about a decade old the Louis Garneau Pursuit frames are a a bit of a rarity out on the streets. Adam picked this one up a few months back and has been abusing it as much as possible from Mission Crit to tricks here in Sac. Having worked in a shop with Adam some years back I’ve seen his addiction to cycling grow to an appreciation for fine machines like this. A few more photos after the click and more to come from him here soon…
I’ve been knowing my Korean dude Jack for some time now and recently the dude is getting crazier on his ride! Changing from Cinelli Parallax to his new track machine Low Bicycles Track Standard, the color is the same as Massan’s Low. Speaking frankly, Low Bicycles may not be the best track frame or the most expensive frame in the world, however, it’s always fascinating and worth looking at! I guess people who love those kind of aggressive style and SF scene would dig into this masterpiece from Andrew! Stoked to see Jack bombing around Seoul!
Pics by Rex
Last few weeks I was proud to work with my friend’s brand Alter Cycles. Speaking frankly, it’s a hard work to work on my project and Alter project at the same time. But I’m really stoked to see my friend start building up the empire of Alter. This small video project is aimed to introduce the two new chainrings, SC and Mad Max series, coming out from Alter. With no doubt that Alter has made its name and reputation in foreign countries and I’m looking forward to the bright future of Alter Cycles. Big shout out to my homie Tim Huang again for riding out and David for being a great scooter rider.
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No denying that track bike tricks are back but this is the best effort I’ve seen in some time. Constantine is bringing barspins and more with on featuring the OG Rally. Some serious style in here and that no front wheelie is too good…are we back in ’07? I dig!
Had a chance to meet up with Mario on some recent standby to snap a few quick ones of his hooked up Super Pista. Some nice carbon FSA bit with the bars and cranks and a Razor seatpost to finish off keeping his baby light and nimble. Worth noting that he laced the front crow’s foot pattern himself and some people aren’t fans it did come out real good. Definitely seems top tube pads are back in as of late and I can’t say I’m mad about it…click through for a few more!
Teppei has long been one of the smoothest fixed freestyle riders and still holding it down on 700c to boot. Easily my favorite edit of his with the bench walk leg-over skid and some smooth pegless grinds. Fast skids still too on point as well and I always dig a good look at Fukuoka city spots…not to mention great work on the edit from Devour!
After changing the cycling light game up a few years back the team at Revolights ups the ante yet again. Their forthcoming Eclipse+ syncs to their app via Bluetooth to make lighting up on the go and tracking your rides easier than ever. Along with the new connectivity comes the addition of turn signals, weather updates and my favorite new feature auto on/off. Having had a pair of the original set that I loved you can bet I’ll be tossing a set of these on a city getter once they drop. More on the new features after the jump and be sure to hit the official Eclipse+ landing page for more!
Your lights automatically turn on when you need them to – like when you’re about to start a ride or when it gets dark.
The turn signal functionality can be activated through the app, the included remote or upcoming gesture recognition.
The intelligent weather forecast helps remind you to bring a coat if it rains later or lets you know if it’ll be sunny for the entire ride.
Eclipse+ tracks your ride with high accuracy and will automatically provide you with ride data, such as speed and distance.
The battery status is displayed in real-time and you’ll receive alerts when the battery charge is low.
Eclipse+ helps you reach your riding goals by automatically tracking your rides and displaying your achievements.
Chris and his Track or Trick crew have been up working late on their newest project set to release here soon. Midnight City will showcase a new side of riding Taipei as the dudes navigate the quiet and empty roads of the night. This is my favorite time to be out and about as the wee hours bring an entirely more peaceful experience when compared to the adrenaline daytime traffic brings. Stay tuned for the official release here and pop over to support the guys in the meantime!
After trekking to Paris last year the Fixed Beer crew hit the road this summer bound for Berlin. Nothing like a 400 miles to squeeze the most out of the season…more from them here!