Ben Towill and friends rode from Colorado to Oregon, documenting the trip along the way. I’m digging the 70s surf movie feel of their videos, this final piece being the last leg of the trip, concentrating more on the details of riding rather than the journey itself. Towill explains the reason behind this ride along parts of the TransAmerican Bike Trail,
I am riding for a New York charity called Just Food, an organization working to make NYC a healthier place to live and eat, and will be working with them on their Youth Community Chefs program.These inspiring young people are participating in urban farming and gardening initiatives and then sharing their knowledge of and passion for good food with their neighbors.
Johnathan Ball keeps you dizzy with an edit from the last year of FGFS for Bombtrack.
These guys so get it. Bikes are fun, spread the word. Check out this video with Tyrone Stevenson Jr, founder of the Oakland Scraper Bikes crew inspiring kids to spend their time wrenching and riding.
How aerodynamic is a beard? Specialized engineers use their wind tunnel to find the answer we’ve all been waiting for.
Nothing more than beautifully shot eye candy ride porn…and that’s ok with me. The dudes from Hardbrakers cruising around the streets of Hamburg.
Hey, sometimes you can’t even GIVE away your old bicycle parts, so why not repurpose them into musical instruments? This dude will show you how.
Disclosure: I pre-ordered one of these FLUX packs through their initial Kickstarter campaign and have been anticipating it’s release for almost 1 year and a half now. Torch recently let backers know that after the release of the T1 helmet, the FLUX pack is almost ready to follow, but first they are pushing forward with a stretch campaign to grow their line of products. The pack will still be available to initial backers first, but you can also get a first production release through helping fund this stretch campaign as well. I’m really looking forward to putting this bag through it’s paces and reporting back with a review.
We’re getting one of these in for review soon, but until then check out the Pixel on video.
Cross Season is coming, but velodrome racing is still in full swing. Catch some of the action going down at the Encino Velodrome during the Ride The Black Line summer series every other Wednesday night through September 3rd.
Fixed freestyle — not dead, still fun to watch.