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Reader, meet Argonaut Cycles. Argonaut Cycles, meet our readers. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Argonaut Cycles deals exclusively in custom rides. It also deals exclusively in carbon fiber—a building material that’s still relatively scarce in the world of fully-custom, hand built … Continue reading
This week’s selection for Theater Thursday, while just released on Tuesday, is already going viral. Featuring Martyn Ashton, it’s likely the rowdiest bit of riding on a road bike you’ve yet seen.
This week, here’s a look at one of London’s biggest cycling events, the Nocturne, which took place last month. With a nighttime criterium featuring Europe’s best and penny-farthing and folding-bike races, what’s not to love? London Nocturne 2012: Behind the … Continue reading
Held every four years, Paris-Brest-Paris is one of the longest-running cycling events in existence. At 1200 kilometers, it’s one of the longest—period. Started in 1891, the event represents one of the greatest achievements in the sport, requiring racers to finish … Continue reading
Shedding some light and bestowing some much-warranted attention on the sport’s unsung heros, today’s Theater Thursday is all about the soigneur. Filmed during HTC-Columbia’s last year as a fixture of the ProTour, it offers a great look into the life … Continue reading
Take a load off and cue up some bandwidth, Theater Thursday is back again this week with plenty of pixels for your viewing pleasure. On tap, we have ‘The Man Who Lived on His Bike’, and a mini-documentary following Robert … Continue reading