August 12

(Source: bicycleart, via nicolas3298)

August 10

nickrearden:

Oh my actual giddy aunt. Much admired  socks on @velorunner this morning: Ornot it seems from Pete at Always Riding here: http://www.alwaysriding.co.uk/ornot-yellow-pave-road-sock-2687.html

nickrearden:

Oh my actual giddy aunt. Much admired socks on @velorunner this morning: Ornot it seems from Pete at Always Riding here: http://www.alwaysriding.co.uk/ornot-yellow-pave-road-sock-2687.html

August 7

Great pics.

danielgould:

Vigorelli Velodrome, Milan.

www.danieljgould.com 

August 6

danielgould:

S-Works Mclaren Tarmac
www.danieljgould.com

danielgould:

S-Works Mclaren Tarmac

www.danieljgould.com

August 5

August 4

Brand new 2015 Fratello on its way to test.

Brand new 2015 Fratello on its way to test.

August 4

Reflection

Reflection

July 24

If it moves, fucking shoot it.

Click the pic

If it moves, fucking shoot it.

Click the pic

July 23

Lovely day for a bike shoot

July 23

Going coastal. Exploring the Kent coastline for a Cycling Active ride story.

July 19

cadenced:

Photos of Éric Barone’s attempt on the world cycling on snow speed record in Vars in the French Alps. You can find more Richard Bord photographs over on the Guardian.

(via pistacollectivecc)

July 16

Lovely ride home tonight.

Lovely ride home tonight.

July 16

Deux North - Hunt 4, video

July 13

chrispino:

100+ miles today. Toasted.
Maximum effort needed to take this photo.

chrispino:

100+ miles today. Toasted.

Maximum effort needed to take this photo.

July 12

cycleangelo:

GARRETT CHOW FOR MAVIC 125ANS PROJECT
Lots of yellow and black custom bicycle goodness over at The Radavist celebrating Mavic’s 125th year anniversary. This Argonaut designed by Garrett Chow for me is the true winner. Here’s what Garrett had to say about the project:

"On the top of the Top Tube, the 7 color blocks represent the 7 eras of Mavic’s logos’ lineage. 1923 to the present. While this timeline does not extend to 1889, and the company’s inception, the 4 additional color blocks on the bike’s rear-triangle reference the company’s 11 (7+4=11) innovation milestones, extending from: 1) 1889 Idoux & Chanel begin manufacturing bike parts, including the Apron Mudguard; 2) 1923 first Mavic logo and trademark, and manufacture of rims, mudguard, and handlebars; 3) 1934 750 grams Duralumin rim first made: Magne wins TdF by 27 minutes; 4) 1973 first fiberglass lenticular wheel, and neutral support; 5) 1975 anodized rims; 6) 1975 double hook bridged rims for high-pressure tires; 7) 1979 Le Tour Mavic complete system; 8) 1997 Helium Wheels; 9) 1993 ZMS Electronic Derailleur; 10) 1999 fore drilling process on Crossmax and Ksyrium; 11) 2012 CX01 Technology Wheel and Tire System. Joyeux anniversaire, Mavic!"

Photos © The Radavist