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Wednesday, August 12th, 2015 10:57 am

The Heavy Pedal Suffercat | Oakland Edition.

Posted by: kris

The Heavy Pedal‘s traveling Suffercat series hit Oakland over the weekend with 50+ miles of suffering around the bay. A good look at the days race coming from SF Sprints!

 

 


Saturday, June 6th, 2015 7:19 pm

ECMC 2015 : La PAME à Milan.

Posted by: kris

The European Cycle Messenger ChampsECMC is one of those events I hope to make it to at some point and with this solid recap it’s easy to see why. A weekend of bike shenanigans and a hell of a race are more than enough reason to make the trek. This one clocks in at 8 minutes but gives you a proper look at this year’s European Cycle Messenger Champs in Milan!

 

 


Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015 12:14 pm

Giorgio Cordini : ECMC 2015.

Posted by: kris

While laps were being checked off in Long Beach halfway around the world messengers battled it out at this year’s ECMC. The European Cycle Messenger Champs took to the streets of Milano for the 2015 edition drawing races from all around the globe. A pretty rad set of photos from Giorgio Cordini captured the good stuff including this one of Austin Horse snagging the taking the top spot. Pop over for a bunch more!

 


Monday, April 6th, 2015 1:41 pm

Jambi-Jambi : CMWC 2015.

Posted by: kris

With it’s years of history I definitely look forward to the Cycle Messenger World Champs post event coverage. This year’s CMWC headed down under to the streets of Melbourne for the festivities and it looked fun as ever. None other that Austin Horse snagged another title to take back to NYC. I’ve only posted a few photos form massive collection on Jambi-Jambi so hop over to peep!

 

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Thursday, March 19th, 2015 3:13 pm

Monstertrack XVI: Jason.

Posted by: kris

The best way to experience Monstertack without being there? A full length ride along like this one from Spincult Media. Plenty of time to get a feel for the conditions and a few familiar faces in the mix. Well worth kicking back to finish this one!

 


Thursday, March 19th, 2015 10:14 am

The Radavist : Monster Track 2015.

Posted by: kris

The Radavist runs deep these days and with that comes great coverage like this! Monster Track videos are trickling out now though this recap will likely remain one of the best. Take a few to hear some dialogue from past winners paired up with some great photos from Chris Lee. Really dig how well this captures the city and the energy that goes into owning it!

 

 


Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 3:14 pm

Skvoz Drag Race 2014 | SECT.

Posted by: kris

This bit from the Skvoz Drag Race in Saint Petersburg is gold. It’s been a while since an alleycat video like this hit the web and this one is complete with crashes, ugly traffic and a news feature that is too good. Peep more from Russia’s SECT here!

 

 


Monday, March 16th, 2015 12:51 pm

JC Ramirez: Monster Track XVI Tease.

Posted by: kris

The legendary Monster Track went over the weekend and with almost 100 people rolling to the finish. Hoping for a plethora of coverage like this one coming soon from NYC messenger JC Ramirez. Was a rainy one this year but still looked fun as hell. Will post the full one when it drop but in the meantime peep more post race bits here!

 

 


Friday, February 20th, 2015 3:17 pm

James Macay at the 2014 Metropolis Alleycat 2.

Posted by: kris

Can’t get much more real than racing through the crowded streets of NYC. Ride along with James Macay at the Metropolis alleycat a few months back. This looks too damn fun!

 


Monday, February 9th, 2015 1:33 pm

“Alleycats” Kickstarter.

Posted by: kris

Typically when production companies take on urban cycling for a film the results are a tad less awesome than they could be. Doesn’t seem to be the case with the upcoming “Alleycats” project chock full of proper cinematography and some rad footage of London’s race scene. After a a handful of years participating in and documenting actual events the crew behind Alleycats is primed to get their feature rollin’ with a little help from the community. If you dig what you see pop over to their Kickstarter and throw them a few bucks…er pounds!

 

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