Short, simply and to the point, straight from Velocity: “The video offers a rarely-seen look into how our dedicated workers proudly hand-build our bicycle rims at our Jacksonville, FL, factory. In 66 seconds, the video takes you from raw extrusion to a completed rim that’s wrapped, boxed and ready to ship.”
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It wasn’t enough to poke fun at plaid loving, burr grinder owning mountain bikers, now Matt Dennison of NSMB has turned his attention to the Spandex clad crowd.
Let us know what steps you’re guilty of in the comments.
These ladies aren’t TLC, but they can get some love from me for trying to break down bike jargon into 8 bars. Now please excuse me, I need to wash this out of my ears with some MC Lyte and Jean Grae.
If something’s ridiculously easy to do, anyone could do it. Sometimes, they’re things are just easy but made ridiculous, which is what often happens to things in the hands of Thom Parsons. Here, for your enjoyment, an alternative tutorial to our first look at Endless Bikes’ single speed cogs and Fibonacci Spacer Kit.
Yup, go ahead and start feeling bad about your own skills because Connor Gallart kills it and is only 14 years old. Certainly the future of mountain biking for at least slopestyle and dirt jump riding, young rippers like Connor let us know the future is in good hands. Produced by Tyler Paget Productions.
Like beer and bikes? Check out the Beer on a Roll Movie after the break!
The finals for the NC Cyclocross Series took place on the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC. The same venue that’ll host the 2016 U.S. Cyclocross National Championships. We strapped a GoPro Hero3 to the handlebars and signed up. The map overlay shows the course from 10,000 feet, but click through the break for a rider’s eye video view…
Come on – with all the people involved in designing that bridge no one thought, “hey, this could be really fun to ride on a bike?” Yes, the Seventh Street bridge in Fort Worth, Texas needed plywood transitions between the arches for pro BMXer Mat Olson to clear the whole thing, but that didn’t keep him from what looked to be a pretty fun ride. After the bridging the gap, local media was on it, trying to keep anyone else from having the same idea. We’re guessing there will be some sort of barricades at each end of the bridge in the near future.
Want to see the whole ride from Mat’s perspective? Check it out after the break.
Chances are you’ve either used the phrase or heard someone say it.
“What are you doing on Sunday?”
“I’m going to the church of the MTB.”
And every time we say it, we’re only partially joking. While certainly not church in the literal sense, there is something spiritual about getting out, being one with nature, and riding your bike through perfect ribbons of single track. Brandon Blakely, Zach Heaton, and Evan Voss bring us to their version of church which happens to take place in the mountains of Western North Carolina, and it is beautiful.
For many years the Santa Cruz Jackal has remain unchanged for a simple reason. Whats there to improve on? With a great geometry and one of the best adjustable dropouts in the business, it’s versatile enough to cruise the streets, hit a set of dirt jumps, or race some slalom. So just in case you’ve forgotten what fun a dirt jumper is to ride, here’s a video of Josh Bryceland and Logan Peat doing what they do best.
For the car buffs out there, the shorts star is a 1949 GM 4101 Union Pacific Streamliner which is powered by it’s original super-charged two-stroke straight-six Detroit Diesel power plant!
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