Cycling has to be the most photogenic sport there is, and one that also lends itself well to other visual artforms. The history of the Tour de France provides a […]
I guess it’s a good sign when you you watch a short film like this and then go away wanting more of it; Rapha does a stunning job of capturing […]
Freedom on the open road is personified when you’re riding the aptly known ‘Cadillac of scooters’ the Honda Helix 250, featured in this short road tripping film by Pit Viper. […]
This is my Crowe-Rishworth Bicycle. It’s my do-everything-that-isn’t-mountain-biking bike and it even gives that a good go when I get carried away. Pat needs no introduction but I’d like to […]
Is there anything a gravel bike can’t do? Not when it’s piloted by Chris Akrigg.
Last time on the ‘Slap we looked at an all original 1983 Morrison Bikes Sidewinder (here). That particular bike had a very easy life and sits comfortably at my in […]
And you think there’s a problem with bottled water wastage? The Tour has it big time. In today’s cycling, about 25000 water bottles are used by a professional team each […]
Another great piece of film from SpaceCadet with a barspin around Burgas on the coast of the Black Sea. Cold indeed. And stark, warm, dark, colourful, monochrome.
Brandon Kuzma shoots Aaron Herrington and Brian Delatorre skating in New York City in a video so freakin’ stylish I don’t care it’s a Converse ad. The lonely saxophone with […]
Combining elements of bicycle racing at the pinnacle of the sport and the roadside personalities who help make the spectacle with black and white photography is a formula that just […]