29 July 20091
Here’s a great video walk-through of how Mission Bicycles and Adaptive Path realised their retail/brand experience.
Terrible Two’s was a hit last night, there seemed to be around 25 teams, so 50 entrants. I raced with Matt, both of us on carbon roadies. We got off to a terrible start with me getting stuck at the lights and not knowing which road he had taken further ahead. I headed for our first target which was the Australian pub in The Rocks. En Route down Elizabeth Street Matt called and we quickly regrouped and put the pedal down.
We have just knocked-up some shirts this week for a local alley cat race that Chris is entering. These are just a test run. The logo was actually meant to be white but mine was the first done and it come out grey. Nice mistake, as I prefer it over the white version. If we get enough (any) interest we will do a proper run and make them available. More images after the jump.
Update: Date has changed to August 15th, 2-6pm
Deus Ex Machina is hosting its third Bicycle Swap Meet on
Saturday, 25th July August 15th. The best thing is it starts at 2pm — yes, in the afternoon. There is also going to be special preview from the Bicycle Film Festival. Other feature events on the day will be hosted by Le Pista Resistance and Sydney BMA.
Photos from previous swap meets after the jump.
[via Le Pista Resistance]
Rapha really know how to capture the spirit of riding. This particular video clip covers the Rapha Gentlemans Race, an unsanctioned and unmarshalled event held in New Paltz, NY.
If this footage doesn’t make you want to go out and ride you shouldn’t be looking at this website!
Sporting the distinctive GT triple triangle, the GT Pulse for me is one of the best looking retro track frames around. The aggressive geometry and mean, stealthy looks are a winning formula. Some people hate these bikes but I absolutely love them. You can check out a Flickr group dedicated to them here: GT Pulses’ on Flickr