From BFF2010, this video is awesome. Take a look.
Who’s that CBRC rider at the 1 minute mark? Gavin?!
Awesome. I really hope at some point I get to head over there to take some photos of my own. What a rad video.
Ed took a ton of great pictures last Monstertrack and made a collage in preparation for this years race. I was excited to see a bunch of shots of me from my favorite race so I wanted ot post this to get pumped for this years race!
Check out Ed’s site at http://www.tedwardglazarphotography.com/
My friend Mike Green is giving away an iPod touch with a tallbike joisting app on there. Check out the contest and figure out how to win by readint he rules over on BikeBlogNYC.
When done right it’s strong and less sketchy than most people think. I’ve got an el cheapo cf fork on my fixed gear and have had no problems with it over its two year life span.
Generally I don’t really go out of my way to watch fixed gear freestyle videos. This video however is different. Chris Akrigg is a really talented trials rider, and this video is of his first few rides on a fixed gear.
Chris Akrigg’s take on fix gear riding, this film documents chris’s very first fixed gear riding sessions…
Winter’s on it’s way and as we all know, nothing takes a bigger toll on your bike than the salt and slush combo. These fenders were just announced on the internets, and should be coming out soon.
You can barely notice those things! And they’re designed for bikes with out fender mounts. Also, the supports are made to break in case of emergency so it won’t end up fucking up your wheel. Sounds awesome and I’m looking forward to putting these on my IRO and leaving them on. Should be around $30 when they’re out, which is cheaper than basically all current fenders, and they’re lighter. Sounds awesome.
A lot of dead air on this guy means that I’ll be updating it with more kinds of non-Albany but still cool bike things. Word.
I got woken up by a freight train at 5:30 am and wasn’t able to get back to bed. Got geared up, packed and ate breakfast by 7 and got riding by 8. Met a dude from Boston riding the tour on a conversion and we rode the first 22 together.
We met up with a dude who was a computer programmer on a hybrid who was ripping harder than me and the other fixed dude. We kept riding and he kept ripping on the hybrid.
The canal is pretty boring honestly, the people are pretty intresting and camping is super fun!
After everything was setup it was normal campy shit. However there was this super good (hilariously bad) bad that played for way too long and annihilated Billie Jean.
I like camping.