What would you do if you lost a leg? Give up riding? Not if you’re Julián Molina, or if you’re as completely committed to riding as much as he. Think […]
I’ve seen enough edits of fixies being ridden with careless abandon through the urban environment to last me a lifetime (it took about three to reach my limit). I hate […]
The MASH collective may ride simple bikes, but their perception of how those bikes are ridden is anything but. Reflection is one such example of the fixed gear imbued with complexity. […]
Consider yourself a true enthusiast of Flandrian racing? Then try these brief video delights, all focused around Le Samyn, a Belgian one-day Classic locally known as “Little Paris-Roubaix”. Racing coverage […]
It’s the toughest test in cycling. The ultimate trip into the pain cave. The worst hour of your life. So I’ve heard, because there’s no way I’d put myself through […]
Now, my Flemish is pretty well non-existent, but apparently Ziet Den Tom translates to See Tom Go, something the cycling world will sadly be doing for the final time after […]
Has it really been seven years since the Singlespeed World Championships in Rotorua? Well yes it has. Memories from that weekend are hazy at best, and some are best left […]
Moving to a new city for your profession has added benefits, as PedalEd’s subject for Journal 4 discovers in the most ancient of cities.
In which everyone’s favourite 80s heartthrob gets footloose as fuck on a fixie and fools a frustrated malefactor in a fast-paced flurry.
When the construction of a bicycle is a work of art, the finishing touch of paint should reflect the craftsmanship suitably. If the bicycle is Italian then there should be […]