Seen at the In the saddle flickrspot.
I have been taking a bunch of B+W shots recently too and I’m enjoying it… peep my tumblr.
Beginning January 2011 and for the next two years, Rapha has partnered with four masters of framebuilding to offer four distinct, hand-made bicycles. Each partner has been selected because of the mastery of their craft and passion for road cycling. With each partner we have created a model constructed uniquely for a particular style or purpose of riding.
I’ll take this, the ‘Continental’ please, sans guards.
In all seriousness, I love this bike. It’s pretty much my ideal whip, actually.
See more at Rapha.
Sure, it’s pretty nice and there is no doubt that kids everywhere want one of these 2011 Cinelli x Mash track framesets, but considering the amount of geared road and cross riding the Mash fellas’ do these days isn’t it about time that Cinelli introduced a Mash road frameset?
Mash! Cinelli! If you are reading this, get it done… The following will do, matte black, thanks.
Not one to spoil classic looks, Jon, my good pal recently gripped these NOS Eddy Merckx Adidas “creps” ( street slang for shoes ) off Ebay for use on his Colnago Super.
Properly nice, but on my steel bikes I am still representing with the vulcanized sole, full flex and all. You know? I really should look for a solution to that.
On a bike with swept back handlebars and amber wall tyres one of these would look great. Plus you can flip it and wear it around your person with the additional strap. Perfect!
Spotted at the Death and Texas Etsy store.
The first saddle with a plastic shell in the history of cycling. The legendary Unicanitor is back and improved with the satin steel rail and the ultimate calibrated techno polymer base. The dimensions are identical to the ones of the most famous model.
I’ll take a Red one please.
Massan. In my opinion always has the nicest looking ( Aluminium ) track bikes – Always with drops and always, always in Black. Exactly how they should be.
Spotted at Leeds Fixed.
A friend of mine alerted me to these cripsy shots of a day cycling in the sun. What I love most about them is the fact that you can actually feel the heat despite the absolute lack of colour.
Kevin Kafesu, my 20 year old work colleague is the man responsible for these and I must say that he has definitely got an eye for a good shot. More to the point since he copped his Bianchi pista a few months back via our work’s cycle incentive scheme he has been on his ride almost daily and although I am not condoning him for it he has taken to brakeless fixed riding like a duck to water.
Well done sir… these pics are the biz.
Check out more of Kevin’s work on his own blogspace – Propperganda
Yes I know this is really old but seriously…
Cazals, Jordan Vs and a PK Ripper in the same movie!? For that reason alone I am putting it up and for those who have not yet seen it your in for a treat.
This from the Cool Kids is pure hotness.
Check it! A Classic Chanel quilted bag with a bike hanging off the back of it… No seriously this really is a Chanel Bicycle and at £6200 it is not cheap, especially being as your mrs/mom/sister/gran wont ride it, they will merely grip the bag off of it and discard the metal tubey bits… Or have it jacked.
Available at your local Chanel Boutique from december
You know what time it is!
An ultimate classic freaked with for folks who like big wheels… Comes out next year complete with risers and Ourys! Barspins anyone?
I had a polished aluminium Ripper circa 98 and I loved it, I remember people, like pro bmxers and sh*t giving me props for owning one at the time… lucky for me I had a friend who rode for SE… Big.