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Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 11:34 am

NNR x This Experiment | Stash Pocket Tee.

Posted by: kris

I first found NNR through the friends God & Famous a couple years back and have followed Nemo’s adventures since. The Stash pocket tees just released in conjunction with This Experiment looking comfy as ever. Grab one here before the limited run sets sail for good!

 

 

 


Tuesday, June 28th, 2016 5:36 pm

La Doggy Alleycat | Barcelona on Bikes.

Posted by: kris

Barcelona has long been a prime spot for urban cycling and all that goes with it. From Red Hook to alleycats the streets of BCN are no stranger to fast paced adventures in the capital city. This recap from the La Doggy event is enough to get you itching to pop over and see for yourself…

 

 


Monday, June 27th, 2016 3:55 pm

Engine 11 | NY/SF/LB.

Posted by: kris

With crit season well in full swing it only makes sens for companies like Engine 11 hit the road for adventures to the majors. A cool recap from their trips here as they hit up the first Red Hook and Wolfpack events of 2016 with a quick stop in SF…

 


Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 11:23 pm

Bombtrack | Stefan at Fixed 42.

Posted by: kris

Rad Race holds the record for biggest track race after this year’s Fixed 42 criterium coming in at 500 racers. Bombtrack‘s Stefan Vis was there to charge the course and come away with a 16th place for the day. Peep this ride along and get ready for the next Rad Race event coming down the pipeline.

 

 


Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 1:38 pm

State Bicycle Co | Eroica California.

Posted by: kris

It doesn’t get more “classic” that the annual Eroica California ride and the slew of vintage rides that come with it. This year State Bicycle sent Alex Steadman to take on the 80+ miles on on of their Retro Re-issue rides styled as a pre 1987 single speed. Though most took the challenge on geared bikes the rolling hills and greenery make this an epic coastal route at any pace. Definitely some good motivation in this to get out and catch some rays!

 

 


Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 1:52 pm

SF Sprints | Half Time.

Posted by: kris

SF Sprints is back for another year of good times sprinting at the track. This year Hellyer is the place to be and the half time festivities might make it worth the trip alone. The “Hands Up, Foot Down” competition should have been a staple long ago…hit SF Sprints for all the info!

 

 


Monday, June 20th, 2016 2:12 pm

La Petit Course Crit.

Posted by: kris

To stand out on today’s criterium scene La Petit Course tightened things up for an interesting track. Locals and international riders took to “The Little Course” for a fast paced day of racing in Paris. Digging this one…

 

“We wanted to offer Paris the Crit she deserved. Offer a race that would meet the high-expectations of fixed-gear fans, but also introduce this truly unique discipline to newcomers as well. Our ambition was to offer the most beautiful race to the most beautiful city in the world (we are Parisians after all…). A spectacular event, yet responsible. The road is long, and this objective tremendously difficult to achieve, when we look at all the amazing Crits taking place all over the world today. However, in all thanks to you, this first edition of La Petite Course was a true success. A huge thanks to everybody.” 

 


Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 10:09 pm

Chain Gang.

Posted by: kris

I’m out on vacation until the end of the week but I’ve enjoyed this one from Turf Bikes and Mike Schmitt. This was filmed over the Prickly Pear Jam week and features a good 14 minutes of the best. With so many spots, styles and tricks this one has just about everything current in FGFS. Has me wanting to get out on mine…

 

 


Tuesday, June 7th, 2016 1:30 pm

Morning Ride.

Posted by: kris

Sometimes it’s better to trade the long night for an early morning…

 

 


Thursday, June 2nd, 2016 3:05 pm

MASH 2015 | Eddy Bach.

Posted by: kris

Last year’s MASH video was easily one of the most anticipated track bike videos to be drop in years. If you haven’t noticed already they’ve been releasing each part month by month to share their efforts with all those who missed it. Eddy Bach’s night climb at Twin Peaks is a great contrast to his relentless assault on the hilly streets of SF. Toss in a nasty spill and some #fixiecross and this was one of my favorite sections of the video…more on MASH!