Rad Race‘s last man standing remains one of the crit series where most riders are still hitting the streets on their track bikes daily. A fast paced and premiere event in Germany, many of the world’s most dedicated riders make it a point to attend the event. Bombtrack‘s Stefan “Fish” Vis is no stranger to the race though this year he took a place on the podiom grabbing third out of 140. A proper look at his event showing below and a little bit of motivation for the coming track criterium season!
Track bikes and dirt are so hit right now…this is exactly why. That Campy equipped 70’s Viner track is too damn cool too!
Though Matt’s been working with and for Chrome for some time now he officially joins the Famila team with this rad spot shot in NYC. He’s been the king of fixed freestyle for a while but I have to admit I’m digging all the track bike stuff he’s been doing lately a bit more. Solid dude on a solid crew…check more over on Chrome!
San Francisco is easily one of the best cities for alleycats and it’s not hard to see why. West Side Invite is just a few months away so fundraisers like last weekend’s Mean Streets of China Town are in full swing. Peep the edit and stay up to date for more as the big weekend in the bay approaches…you can bet we’ll be out covering!
Having taken numerous first place finishes at Monster Track and Red Hook Alfred is well known in the track bike world. Success aside he still rides for the for the love of two wheels and the escape constant pedaling brings. Dig this quick interview piece that finishes with him where he feels most at home…ripping up the streets.
2017’s NAHBS is fast approaching so a look at Tony Spray’s paint technique from last year’s “Best Track Bike” award ismore than welcome. Dead Cyclist catches show that the time going into a project like this is often mind blowing and that the end result makes it well worth it. We’ll be at the year’s NAHBS in Salt Lake City so be on the lookout for coverage next month!
Chas getting down with reflective materials and lighting up the night for MASH in this newest bit. Crazy to think this was all produced with smartphones and some proper creativity both in front and behind the lens. Click through for the behind the scenes footage and be sure to pop over to MASH as usual!