Bennett Rust designed these wicked trophies for a Cyclocross series to replace a standard wooden plaque. Pretty damn neat.
Brother Cycles have just dropped a new shirt designed by Matt Blease.
Check it out at there online store
“Anna has been on us for years about how we don’t have “real” track rings. What she meant by this was not that our 144bcd 612 Track Rings were intangible, false or fiction, but that we didn’t offer them in the larger sizes that velodrome racing requires.
To remedy this situation, rather than just produce larger sizes of our existing rings, we did the totally reasonable and financially sound thing and turned her loose to design the ring of her dreams .”
Check out all the info and more sexy chain ring photos over at All-City
A Bike Swap Meet is being held in the Barlee Street carpark on Beaufort street in Mt Lawley.
10 am- 1pm on Saturday October 11.
More information over at the City of Vincent
Trash Messenger Bags kill it for the NACCC prize bags every year. This year was no different.
Run over on the east coast (Sydney to be precise) the Blayney to Bathurst is one of the biggest and best rides on the calendar. Suitable for all your friends and family with distances of 11km, 70km and 110km.
Sign up over at the b2b website.
Solid compilation of footage from the elite mens race. Well worth watching from Jamie Servaites (He’s got a hoard of CX videos, well worth checking him out).
GoPro handlebar footage from John Deibert showing highlights of the course during the 40-44 Mens race.
Nice short video of Alex Ryan from Mock Orange Cross showing how its done by hopping the barriers.
Subrosa have chucked up some new shirts on the store. Available in Black, White and Heather Grey.
Grab them from the Subrosa shop
Larz Wolvh was in San Fran for a month of riding, tattooing and MASH got a pretty sweet video of him well mashing.
“This is the first episode in a series exploring the process behind some high-quality items and the dedication their creators put into their craft.
Chris Dekerf designs and creates custom made-to-order bicycles. He starts with a design unique to each customer and produces a frame that’s hand made in his workshop every step of the way. The dedication to his craft is obvious and even after 25 years in business he is always looking for ways to improve the frame-building process.”
Check out Chris’s work over at dekerf