Copenhagen 1937

Copenhagen 1937

Cool vid that I saw over on Bikerumor.com about Copenhagen. 1937. It shows a bit about the city and talks of how bicycles are such an integral part of the city. You’ll see the mermaid statue that sits in the harbor, which was the inspiration for the scuba diver that sits off the shore in Stanley Park in Vancouver BC. Pretty cool stuff. I hope to visit Copenhagen one day, for someone that loves bicycle culture as much as I…

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You’re not supposed to do that.

You’re not supposed to do that.

I saw this over on Locked Cog and had to repost it.  Got me all nostalgic about the time that I rode my bike across the Bay Bridge.  1998.  Me and 20 of my closest friends spent some time in jail for that little stunt.  Our ride was done at a much slower pace, during rush hour, and on crappy mountain bikes in order to gain publicity for the planning stages of the new Bay Bridge.  We were riding to…

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BFF Tokyo & Boston

BFF Tokyo & Boston

GO MEANS GO was stoked be a part of the Bicycle Film Festival this year, and is already looking forward to next year.  As the world tour starts winding down, there are only a few cities left.  If you haven’t been, then get after it.  The films that play during the BFF are top notch, and the people that make it happen love bikes, bike culture, and bike movies! This weekend: Also this weekend in Boston, MA- BFF Boston November…

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Thursday videos. Slam a Redbull and enjoy.

Thursday videos. Slam a Redbull and enjoy.

DH Race into the Mexico City Subway. No big deal. Brazil. Urban Downhill streetrace. Alleycats are for the weak. Cuzco, Peru I saw one vid somewhere that had these dudes riding through houses. It was insane. I’m so amped up right now I might crap myself.

Tate Roskelley for Volume

Tate Roskelley for Volume

Volume Bikes: Tate Roskelley from VOLUME/DEMOLITION on Vimeo. This blew my mind a little. From the drifting, to running the swingset gauntlet- impressive all around. Solid riding from a talented rider.

Happy Humpday. Let it rain.

Happy Humpday. Let it rain.

As I look outside, I see what in Alaska, we call a “Sucker Hole.” Basically, you see sunlight peeking through the clouds- get excited, throw on some clothes, more than likely forgetting rain gear, and run outside, only to be met by the rain, which was waiting for you just around the corner. Here is a video that cheered me up as I saw the first drops fall.

Fyxation Tires

Fyxation Tires

Q: Why did the bicycle fall over? A: Because it was “two(sic) tired” I don’t have to tell you that your tires play an important role while riding a bike. Take a look at any bike shop and you’ll see different tires for every common wheel size, and every application. When it comes to riding a fixed gear, they are not only your only point of contact with the road; they act as brake pads. They also work as shock…

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