Ballet in the Mud, features selected photos from a new book to be published in November 2013 by the Wisconsin Bike Fed. The book features more than 300 photographs taken by four Wisconsin-based photographers—Peter DiAntoni, Darren Hauck, Jeffrey Phelps and Dave Schlabowske—at the 2013 USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships held in January in Verona, Wis.
The San Francisco bag company Timbuk2 is celebrating 25 years. And that means some new stuff. The company recently partnered with Mission Cycling, a cycling club in San Francisco, to design a pair of new products for happy on-the-bike adventuring. Because we all love happy bike adventures. Mission Cycling has a standing early morning ride
Marked by a fine fall day, the 2013 Boulder Cup made for a solid day of racing as riders took to the particularly challenging course at Boulder’s Valmont Bike Park. While perhaps not the most ideal conditions for ‘cross—clear skies and plenty of sun—folks weren’t exactly disappointed as Boulder was more than owed a bit
By Jen See All your friends are talking about it. They go on and on about the mud and the barricades and the beer. Mostly, the beer. You’ve begun to think that cyclocross sounds pretty cool, but you are also forced to admit that you don’t have the first clue how to go about it.
Just in case you’re not already in the know, the Fall 2013 issue of Paved is now in bike shops, on traditional newsstands and available for download on iTunes and Zinio. Chock full of cycling, the Fall issue contains some of the best writing and photography to grace the pages of Paved yet.
Castelli and Slipstream Sports Team Up to Offer Flood Victims Support Source: Castelli 2 October 2013 (Portland, OR)—Italian cycling clothing manufacturer Castelli has teamed up with Slipstream Sports, the parent company behind the Garmin-Sharp professional cycling team, based in Boulder, Colorado, and OpenHeartCO to create a special cycling jersey to benefit the communities affected by
Theater Thursday | Spokes Nothing like a good ol’ fashioned movie to set your Thursday straight. On tap this week is a gem from 1984, written and directed by John Behnke and shot on 16mm film. Just remember, watch out whose bike you tip over…or garbage cans for that matter.
PAUL Components Gino Light Mount $24 / paulcomp.com Chico, California-based PAUL components has quite the knack for dreaming up simple products that just plain work. Simple solutions for complex problems is the name of the game, and the Gino light mount is mighty illustrative of that. Fitting just about any braze-on or fender mount that
In this little movie for your Monday, watch as Portus Cycles transforms a bit of Reynolds 725 steel tubing and some super swanky carbon bits into the most bling-tastic balance bike we’ve seen. For the toddler that is simply above aluminum, we give you: The Greenhorn
Seven Spectacular Mountain Passes at the Maratona dles Dolomites Words by Colin O’Brien Video Courtesy of Maratona dles Dolomites The first kilometres of the Maratona dles Dolomites are as electric as any you’ll have on a bike. Helicopters hover overhead, bands line the roadside, crowds cheer and ring cowbells.
As you may have heard, British Cycling Federation president Brian Cookson has ousted sitting UCI President Pat McQuaid—a result that surely has a resurgent Greg LeMond in good spirits. Fresh off of the successful launch of his new bike line at Interbike last week, LeMond showed his support for Mr. Cookson in an open letter,
The near comatose state of confusion that inevitably follows Eurobike and Interbike was almost instantly made better as we watched Machine for Riding. A mere minute of your day is needed to enjoy this collaboration between Vandeyk Contemporary Cycles and filmmaker Christopher Kippenberger — though we suspect that you’ll want to watch it again.
Coffee. As you know, we’re pretty obsessed with the stuff. Like, our little world pretty much comes to a screeching halt without it. Also, we get a little cranky. The Bicycle Coffee Company is on our team. And yours! Based in Oakland, they hand-roast their beans in small batches. Currently, they’re cooking up beans from