Amazing story that you must read first, makes the video below off the charts Cyclingnews.com – Iljo Keisse: From tragedies to triumph A man who has over come so much is asked to over come yet one last hurdle after returning from […]
Paris Roubaix – the Monument, the classic – THE one day race all riders love and fear. 250km with 70km of roman cobblestones. Long, hard, fast, dangerous, luck and skill plus power. Who has it for the greatest one day […]
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The Birth of the Bicycle http://mashable.com/2015/08/29/evolution-of-bicycles/?utm_cid=mash-com-Tw-main-link
The Legendary Lightness – World Full Of You (Official Videoclip) Music by The Legendary Lightness Directed and edited by Adrian Winkler Photographed by Simon Huber and Mario Winkler Color Grading by Christian Müller Production: PiXiU Films, Laurin Merz Supported by […]
Weekend launch party! I started this website in 1996, wow time flies. This current iteration based on WordPress with a customized HTML5 theme.
Yeah yeah, I scoffed too. Scattante? Performance Bike? But if you’re like me and not being paid to ride….. I’d been getting in shape and didn’t think my 25yr old PUCH steel SLX frame with components from anywhere and everywhere […]
Every day the Tour De France generates a new story line, a new hero, a new winner, a new looser and someone who came just short of writing themselves into the history books with an epic ride. After 19 stages, […]
I think compact gearing exist’s so recreational riders aren’t running mid to low gears leaving them forever feeling inferior. Look over hear ma, I’m crunching the big stuff! Either that or a compact crank and compact gearing are more efficient […]
Inside the High-Octane and Lucrative World of Japan’s Cycling Spectacle
Broke my 4th Cannondale frame last spring. Sudden tire rub indicated I had broken spokes or a bent rim. I tried truing the wheel but suddenly noticed a gaping whole in the drive side chain stay. Hmmm I don’t think […]
Paris Roubaix is arguably the greatest one day cycling race in the world. Jørgen Leth captured the race, the riders and professional cycling itself in his 1976 classic A Sunday in Hell. The movie is hard to come by these […]
‘BOY,’ written by British Airways Great Britons winner Prasanna Puwanarajah is a moving short film starring actor Timothy Spall and was inspired by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A unique insight into a champion’s adrenaline and drive as he trains for the Olympics. Maclean’s heroic cycling is set against the story of Odysseus, creating a heart-stoppingly rich portrayal of man.
The Perfect Athlete from Duncan Elms on Vimeo. Australia is a land of champion athletes. But when it comes down to it, few of us have any idea about what it takes to produce a world-beating result… Kirk Docker deconstructs […]
About 30 years ago, residents on Toronto’s Palmerston Avenue were complaining about cars racing up and down the street, using it as a way to avoid the nearby busy arterial Bathurst Street. read the full story via Why Cyclists Blow […]
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Missing wheel? No problem – YouTube.
Tour of Utah – Queen Stage – Wacky Food Hand Ups on Vimeo on Vimeo
Danny Macaskill – Industrial Revolutions – YouTube.