Friday, June 26, 2009

Summer Reading: Bicycle Books



Ok guys, it's my summer vacation time and I'll be gone and offline for a while now but in the meantime I'll leave you this LINK behind which you'll find all these great books as PDF-documents. Nice, eh?

Ride Hard, and Ride Safe!













More interesting PDF-books about bicycles.

'Short Documentary About An Epic Journey' ???

Tokyo To Osaka test from Noah Tsutsui on Vimeo.

Michael Jackson R.I.P.



King of Pop owned bikes too, well, kinda.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Ocean Cycle Factory 'Namie' // ニューフレーム



Model name: Ocean Cycle Factory NAMIE
Seat tube: True Temper - YAMAGUCHI
Top tube: KAISEI8630R
Down tube: KAISEI8630R MEGA

GOrilla 'Lama' Trick Frame



GOrilla 'Lama' freestyle frame, now for sale @ Chari & Co., NYC. The frames were built by Giovanni Pelizzoli himself, known as the man behind CIÖCC. Lugged steel with nice details such as the chromed fork tips and dropouts, and only 30 were made.

And the price? 1,550 USD.


'He used to mess in the 90s and he's a real strong rider...'

OT: I Totally Agree



... with Prolly, the Black Sabbath live in Paris 1970 rocks!

Pics For Tuesday



Monday, June 22, 2009

MJSドキュメント「まっさんが見た // Shiokaze '09

MJSドキュメント「まっさんが見たSIOKAZE'09」 from Tomoshit on Vimeo.

Odyssey Chameleon Goodies


The Chameleon from OdysseyBMX.com on Vimeo.

Just As A Little Reminder

Thrashbike Jam 2009 from y.arava on Vimeo.

... that the fixed tricking really ain't all that hot. ha ha.

Trash Bike Jam 2009 at the Brooklyn Banks, from Prolly's blog.

Leader 722TS // In Japanese Steel



The brand new Leader 722TS frameset, made from Japanese Kawasaki steel with hydroformed tubing. Rather interesting.

"These frames will come in black, White, glitter Green, and glitter Blue. Sizes center to top of seat tube are 49cm, 51cm, 53cm, 55cm, 58cm, and 61cm. We will be taking preorders next week. Leader 722TS is the first frame ever to come into the US market with a hydro formed steel tube set. Leader worked directly with the tubing company to design it. Took almost a year but it was worth the wait.

Price and delivery date will be posted soon. This frame will has a 55mm BB drop and 75.5 seat angle. Very tight geometry. We will have more information on the fork soon"


Read more here.

Leader is also about to release a dedicated stainless steel trick frame 729TRK...

The Infamous

TRAkTION from Chris Cusson on Vimeo.

Remember this? And hey, I think there's the very same Marwin Ou in there as in here.

The Aftermath

blazin saddles. from Marwin Ou on Vimeo.


With the Spinergy wheel and all this is bit like MASH SF but done by only one dude...

And the lesson in the end? Please wear a damn helmet when bombing down those hills.

Spotted at ZLOG.

In Houston

Hector Bustin Fixie Tricks @ Freestyle Toozdays from Dunamis Media on Vimeo.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Three Men // On The Track



Great photo, from here. Thanks to oopa8000.

If you like it, you'll probably dig this too.

Volume Cutter V.3



Volume Bikes Cutter V.3 is out and now the frame is actually starting to look fairly nice.

Up until now I haven't been a big fan of any of the dedicated trick / 700cmx frames out there and I can honestly say that when I saw the first pics of the first version Cutter frame I thought it looked like piece of shit. A BMX company half-heartedly hopping on the bandwagon etc. But by continuously working on improving their design I guess Volume Bikes has now proved me wrong.

Anyhow, if I was to get a 700cmx frame myself I'd probably get the Riding In Circles trick frame or the BMW Gangsta Track, although both of those cost considerably more than the Cutter.

Seattle Girls // Trackstanding




Photos from Rain City Fix.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Track Supermarket Osaka



While you're all eagerly waiting for the 2.0 version of Rene's online Mecca of colorful Japanese track frames and components that is the Track Supermarket website/store to open, enjoy these sneak peek super secret agent photos of his new shop space in Osaka. Looking nice!




Pics from Kentaro's Blog / Flickr.