Have you ever gone go-karting at those indoor tracks and thought how much fun it would be to race fixed gear bicycles around them criterium style? Neither had we, but […]
Ferrous materials have been making a comeback into the current psyche of cycling, refuting notions that a high-performance bicycle has to be made from fantastic plastic. Modern steel fabrication is pushing […]
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. […]
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.
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 […]
The folks over at Rapha know a thing or two about style; whether you think it’s a load of overblown toff or some of the nicest riding gear out there, […]
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, TSB Arena Wellington, January 17 Light and dark equals love.
Years in planning, minutes in execution, light years of progression. “If you wear hi-vis jackets, people don’t even really look at you…”
Now for something completely different. Sander Joon from the Estonian Academy of Arts produced this brilliant hand-drawn animated short film, ostensibly about track racing and cigarettes, but underpinned by a darker narrative. […]
This is how you do ‘cross: find an old abandoned factory and ride in it, through it, around it. Course design innovation from Hungarians Cross Arena.