Author Archives: "Kevin Rouse"

Boys In The Yard – Bilenky Junkyard Cross Recap

12.23.2011 //

By: Harlin Price Video: Erik Silverson Northeast Philadelphia doesn’t rank high on my list of areas for a romantic spring picnic, but if you turn a junkyard into a racecourse I’ll venture with glee into the city’s maze of tired row-homes and dirty streets. And, when I say “Northeast” I’m not talking about states that […]

Theater Thursday

12.15.2011 //

Some theater for your Thursday. Enjoy. Portlandia Two Nuns Bicycle “Golden Tree” A Professional Display of 50 No-Handed Bike Moves

Campagnolo Holiday Toy Ride

12.14.2011 //

Believe it or not, it’s been raining here in sunny Southern California. And, while this of course means we’re too afraid to ride, accordingly we’ve had ample time to reflect on the amazing December weather we experienced this past weekend on the annual Campagnolo Holiday Toy Ride.

Graffiti-Bike Auction to Benefit Bahati Foundation

12.08.2011 //

Like bikes? Like helping under-served kids? Have a wad of cash that’s just waiting to be spent? Well, then look no further. Los Angeles— A one-of-a-kind Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod bicycle is on the auction block to help further the mission of the Bahati Foundation and its mission to positively affect the lives of inner city […]

Theater Thursday

12.01.2011 //

Hello, and welcome back to Theater Thursday. Today, for your viewing pleasure we’ve featured one of the steepest cobbled climbs outside of Belgium, a look at the man behind Ciocc bicycles and, finally, a day in the life of two urban cyclists. Enjoy.

Meet Paved’s Latest Issue

11.29.2011 //

Inside: Features Highway 49 Revisited: Rolling California’s golden road Blood Work: Phil Southerland’s Life Race Follow the Good: India on Two Wheels Plus: Urban Assualt Chicago And Yes, a Book Review.

USA and Canada Go Head-to-Head at The Home Depot Velodrome

11.18.2011 //

CARSON, CALIFORNIA— AEG Facilities’ Home Depot Center Velodrome will launch the USA vs. Canada Showdown Series next Tuesday, November 22 at 7 p.m. The series will pit national team riders from the U.S. and Canadian National Teams in both sprint and endurance races in a free-to-the-public evening event. The U.S. and Canadian National Teams are […]

Theater Thursday

11.17.2011 //

Theater Thursday is back in style with three new videos for your workday viewing pleasure. Enjoy. Bicycle Portraits – Sina Mabeta Filmed during the portrait project of Stan Engelbrecht and Nic Grobler, this video follows Sina on her postal route through rural South Africa. For more info on the project, click here. For a neat […]

Bicycle Portraits Needs Your Help

11.16.2011 //

Bicycle Portraits is a group consisting of South Africans Stan Engelbrecht and Nic Grobler. The two men have set out to create a three-part book during their two-year journey around South Africa. They’ve taken over 500 portraits in pursuit of their goal to depict South Africa’s commuter culture, though the two quickly discovered that the […]

Alex Zanardi, Former Motor Sports Racer Wins NYC Marathon Handcycle Division

11.09.2011 //

Italian race car driver Alex Zanardi lost both of his legs in a gruesome crash in 2001. A decade later he has just won the Handcycle division of the New York City Marathon. Check out this link for more on Zanardi’s story.

Theater Thursday

10.13.2011 //

Curated for you here is another installment of Theater Thursday. On tap for this week is Riding the Long White Cloud, a featured film in last year’s Bicycle Film Festival. This flick follows several professional skateboarders on a cycling tour of New Zealand’s skating hotspots. Also making the cut is Rapha’s Rapha Rides Little Switzerland, […]

Subscriptions!

10.11.2011 //

Yup, you heard right, we’re finally offering subscriptions. You guys asked (and asked, and asked….) and we can finally announce that we’re now offering one and two-year subscriptions to Paved. For more info and to purchase a subscription, click here.

Theater Thursday

10.06.2011 //

We’ve “curated” these “edits” for your Thursday viewing pleasure. Eclectic, yes. Enjoyable? You be the judge. Surviving the Pavé 1 – Paris-Roubaix 2011 with Team NetApp SRSLY Bikelordz

Whiskey Drome

10.03.2011 //

And we thought the Circulus had some steep banking…

Red Hook Criterium Milano

09.30.2011 //

The second annual Red Hook Criterium Milano is scheduled for Oct. 15 in the Bovisa area of Milano. An offshoot of the quickly-expanding series started in Brooklyn, New York, the unsanctioned race is held late at night and is contested by roadies, track racers and messengers alike. Track bikes are mandatory and the course is […]

Cyclist’s Guide to Britain—In a Box

09.29.2011 //

Since we’re currently stuck in our office in a decidedly overcast hamlet of Southern California, it’s always nice when we get items like this in the post. So while we were imagining ourselves on a bit of a riding trip across the pond, we took note of the guide’s smart design (it’s printed on waterproof, […]

Timbuk2 Launches Kindle Accessories

09.28.2011 //

Timbuk2, one of the pioneers of the original messenger bag has partnered with Amazon with the launch of their latest line of Kindle e-readers and has produced a line of accessories to match. The Reading Jacket, among others, takes Timbuk2′s easily recognizable design aesthetic and applies it to a Kindle-size package. Check ‘em out here.

Oregon Manifest 2011

09.26.2011 //

The Oregon Manifest Constructor’s Design Challenge pairs some of the country’s most talented bike craftsmen with a unique challenge: to design and build the the ideal modern utility bike. Why a utility bike? Well the organizers of the Challenge offer this: “The two-wheeled revolution won’t come on the saddle of a race bike or a […]

Video: Team Ritte’s New Support Car

09.23.2011 //

The Bentley sure is nice, but Porsche may have a few alternatives that are a bit more sporting. Our sister mag, Bike, did some testing recently with a couple of the Garmin-Cervelo pros, have a look-see:

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