Welcome to my mostly-weekly video roundup! I’ve gone through about a hundred videos this week, and I’m starting off by featuring this fantastic video of Darren Alff’s tour of Norway and Sweden. He has a great recording style and the terrain is beautiful. Also, he’s riding a Co-Motion, how great is that?
Welcome to my mostly-weekly video roundup! Today seems as good as any other day to watch bike videos. Right? I’ve watched about 100 bike videos this week so I can share the best with you.
We’re starting on a safety/wonky/political note this week- a fantastic overview of Vision Zero. Watch the first 40 seconds for this: “mobility is a basic human right. No one should have to risk their life to get to work, to go shopping, or to go out with a friend.” While talking about systematic safety, “we’re human, a system that is safe only if people don’t make mistakes is not a system that is made for humans.”
This is my Gift Guide Video Roundup! Sure, it’s getting to be late for Christmas, but many of these videos were recently posted. I’m still a few dozen entries behind on videos for the Weekly Roundup, but I came across these that made sense to post together. I’m starting with GCN’s gift list (above). Enjoy! [Read more…]
Welcome to the weekly video roundup! Last week was busy, with a train trip to Seattle for a no-friends no-family Thanksgiving. So I’m back to playing catchup – there are about 60 videos in the queue for next week already. So this week’s entries are on the short side, but they are still great!
The video above is from ‘Bike Kill NYC’, which is … I can’t summarize it any better than Gothamist: “a few hundred bike punks riding mutant welded art-cycles and throwing weird shit at each other in an endless counter-clockwise beer gyre while onlookers partied to the searing riffs of live metal bands”. [Read more…]
Welcome to the weekly video roundup! I managed to almost get caught up on my video queue, which makes me pleased. I’m starting the week with a video below that shows Danny MacAskill‘s great trials riding. My favorite scenes were the hay bale and the puddle. Make sure to keep the video rolling for the bloopers and “making of” bits. [Read more…]
Welcome to the weekly video roundup! There were some interesting videos this week, but I felt like none were feature-worthy. So I’m going back to the vault. This is 1976’s “A Sunday in Hell”. It shows 100 minutes on the Paris-Roubaix race including Eddy Merckx. Enjoy. I’m watching it again as I’m posting this. (also: this race is alluded to below- +3 internet points for the first person to spot it)
Welcome to the weekly video roundup! I’m getting this out before I leave for a big bike adventure this weekend. The above video is 45 minutes on this year’s RAAM, which includes Juliana Buhring, the hero of Inspired To Ride (which is about the “self-supported RAAM” though not affiliated with RAAM). Such an amazing ultraendurance race; I love the humanity that comes from showing the riders.
Length: 24 miles Pace: 12 Terrain: Minor Elevation: 500 ft Ride Type: Group Cancellation Guidelines: Rain/Snow / Ice / Thunderstorms / Wind > 25 mph Details: Tour de Friends: Start Time: 9 am from the Read More »
"The Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will meet virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m. At the meeting, committee members will have an opportuning to meet Assistant Director Read More »
"Attend by live streaming the meeting on YouTube: https://youtu.be/y_CQlLM27hQ In an effort to follow the states’ social distancing guidelines for slowing the spread of COVID-19, all meetings will be streamed Read More »
Description Traditional Kelley Point loop starting at Wilshire Park going through Northeast and North Portland. There will be a restroom break at the Smith/Bybee Lakes Interlake Parking area. The coffee Read More »
Come roll deep with us for a night of riding and raging. HOUSE/TRANCE/TECHNO breakdancing, lights, and lasers @ chevez_carlos, @kaylita_a, @Bergmönch, @dj_cat_wolf and @_djkaylo will be spinning. This one is Read More »
5th street is a major east-west bikeway in Beaverton. There’s a proposal to tear down the building which currently houses the fencing school at the northeast corner of 5th and Western. The proposal would… Read Post »
Fifteen year old sociopath named Kasama Z. Smith steals godmother’s car, goes joyriding with her friends, hits jogger at 50 mph for fun, laughs about it afterwards, and spends weeks afterwards worried her friends… Read Post »
Shout out to Adda Beer at the Rose City Food Park. $1 off each pint to cyclists! Plus nice guy and good beer! https://www.instagram.com/addabeer/?hl=en https://m.facebook.com/RoseCityFoodPark/ 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic Read Post »