Profile videos like this are easily the best way to experience Red Hook and other major events you might otherwise miss. State tagged along with their Canadian powerhouse Josh Tyrel as he trekked to Brooklyn for the first of the year’s RHC events. Despite being taken out in the wild crash at No.9 the journey and commentary in this are beyond rad…
After a trip to NYC it only made sense for Fixedgearlondon’s Duke to meet up with the friends at God & Famous across the pond. Having ripped for 6 or so years this dude has made quite a name for himself on the track bike scene. More hangs meant more proper photos for G&F so be sure to pop over for the write up and more flicks!
This year’s North American Cycle Courier Champs makes it’s way back to the busy streets of NYC. Registration is open so you can your spot, book a plane or spot some couches to start getting prepped before October sneaks on up . Going on 18 years, NACCCs is one of the longest running urban cycling events all year and well worth skipping to New York!
Polo & Bike were out at this years Red Hook Brooklyn in full force on their Williamsburg completes. Good coverage of the event as a whole including some of the carnage on the asphalt and plenty of exploring NYC before. If you didn’t make the trek to Brooklyn this one will give you a proper look at what you missed out on!
Chrome spent some time with Mike Hernandez navigating the streets of NY for their most recent Streets of Chrome. From his days as a pro skateboarder to working on track bikes and fighting fires in The Big Apple this dude has just about done it all…with style.
Between teaching youngsters and running I.AM.WE.ARE you can find Mow out crushing the streets of NYC. He’s long been engrained in the track bike scene and is an all around good dude. Mighty Healthy took a few to chat with him about riding and vibing in the Big Apple…take a peek!
After a short hiatus the infamous G.O.A.T. mill is back up and running. Double butted and heat treated these bad boys are street tested and ready to take everything you can throw at them. It’s been some time since new G.O.A.T. Tracks were on the market so don’t sleep and check out what’s been brewing…
Doesn’t get much more real than racing track bikes on the streets of NYC. Last year’s “Rookie Race” was full of skitches and spills in true alleycat style as everyone navigated the checkpoints gunning for that first place finish. Here’s a fresh cut of the cold March race adding to the already upped BodaBoda! piece from posted just after the event. It’s high time we had something like this here in Sacramento again…been far too long!