Author Archives: "PavedStaff"

Proof | USA Pro Challenge Stage 2

08.20.2013 //

Photography by Wil Matthews View Gallery

The Making of a Spoke

08.20.2013 //

Words and Photos by Ryan Palmer Spoke manufacturer, Wheelsmith, has been making high quality stainless steel spokes in the U.S. Since the mid-nineties. Disc-brake company, Hayes acquired Wheelsmith in 2007 and moved production from Montana to Hayes’ headquarters outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Wheelsmith now produces spokes for the Hayes-owned SunRingle wheel systems as well as the

Proof | USA Pro Cycling Challenge — Stage 1

08.19.2013 //

Photography by Wil Matthews Christian Vande Velde, last year’s winner, heads towards the Stage One sign-in in downtown Aspen in his campaign to retake the top step. View Gallery

Paved Magazine Feature: Finding the Stoke — Part 1

08.17.2013 //

A Former BMX Pro Struggles to Gain His Stride on a Tour Down the Pacific Northwest Coast By Taj Mihelich | Photography by Sandy Carson My head was full of second guesses as I watched the luggage handlers toss my bike box onto the conveyer. Had I packed the right stuff? Was my bike set

Theater Thursday

08.15.2013 //

“No carbon fibre or shiny lycra here boys. These dudes are tough…”

Proof | Tour of Utah — Stage 6

08.12.2013 //

Photography by Wil Matthews All-American strongman, Ted King, drives the break in a day that would see Tom Danielson climb into the final yellow Jersey of the Tour of Utah. View Gallery

Proof | 2013 Tour of Utah — Stage 5

08.11.2013 //

Photography by Wil Matthews Tom Danielson leads race leader Lachlan Morton and the select group over the Guardsman’s Pass KOM above Park City before descending into Big Cottonwood Canyon. View Gallery

Proof | Tour of Utah — Stage 4

08.10.2013 //

Photography by Wil Matthews Before Stage Four, all traces of a lighthearted Jens Voigt were gone, replaced by seriousness and determination, saying that racing was about to get serious in the Tour of Utah. View Gallery

Proof | 2013 Tour of Utah Stage 3

08.09.2013 //

Photography by Wil Mathews Chicks dig Garmin-Sharp rider Lachlan Morton. View Gallery

Behind the Lens Video | Jeff Curtes: Life in Focus

08.08.2013 //

Remember the cover for our 2013 Spring Issue? Meet Jeff Curtes, the man behind the lens. Source: F-stop

Proof | Tour of Utah — Stage 2

08.08.2013 //

Photography by Wil Matthews The bikes of Team Jelly Belly find a quiet place to rest before the day’s stage. View Gallery

Proof | 2013 Tour of Utah Photo Gallery — Stage 1

08.07.2013 //

Photography by Wil Matthews Belgium’s Greg Van Avermaet rides the Swiss train to a sprint victory in Stage 1 of the 2013 Tour of Utah.

Video | New vs. Pro

08.06.2013 //

It’s not every day you sign up for your first race. It’s also not every day you come across a racer who’s been at it for 20 years. At the Driveway series in Texas, though, that day is this one.

Giro Empire MTB Shoe: A wolf in camo clothing

08.02.2013 //

Sure, this isn’t a mountain-bike mag but rather a road-bike publication. But with cyclocross (and hunting) season coming up, the good folks at Giro have seen fit to offer a limited edition, camouflage Empire cycling shoe that’s been specially constructed with a lugged EC90 sole like the one found on the top-o’-the-line Giro Code mountain

Theater Thursday | John Watson: The Ends

08.01.2013 //

Source: Mission Workshop Setting out from Shanghai, John Watson and Mission Workshop began their cycling tour of China’s Yangtze River Delta. Using both film and digital formats, Watson photographed the surroundings and encounters with the local community. Led by their friends from Factory Five, they headed into a frenetic network of massive residential complexes, large

Les Alpes Project: 666 Kilometers and 17 Mountain Passes

08.01.2013 //

Source: Mavic | Photo: Christophe Margot On August 5th Mike Cotty will attempt a personal challenge to ride non-stop through the heart of the French Alps from Evian Les Bains to Nice, a distance of 666 kilometers with 17 mountain passes—including the Col de la Colombière, Madeleine, Glandon, Croix de Fer, Télégraphe, Galibier, Izoard, Vars,

From the Vault | Ben Serotta

08.01.2013 //

Photo: Chris Milliman We here at Paved are sad to see that Serotta bicycles will soon be shutting its doors. Ben Serotta made the bikes for the 7-Eleven team—the first American team to race the Tour de France—and for years Serotta has been one of the most respected small bicycle brands in the business. We

Video | The Tour of Flanders

08.01.2013 //

“If you were brought up without frills and you know what hunger is, it makes you hard enough to withstand bike races.” —Karel van Wijnendaele, Sportwereld Magazine, 1942

Levi’s Bike Shop | Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Austin, Minneapolis, Brooklyn

07.30.2013 //

Source: Levi’s In August 2013, Levi’s kicks off “Go to Work,” a two-month campaign and traveling Bike Shop. We’re visiting six cities and five social networks. RSVP at Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Austin, Minneapolis, Brooklyn

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