Posts Tagged ‘cervelo’

Manual for Speed.

July 29, 2011

A manual for speed is a collection of photo essays, videos, narratives, interviews and anecdotes, all of which illustrate the pursuit of speed.

If you’re a fan of Garmin-Cervelo or Castelli, or just pro racing in general then head over and take a peek, you’ll love it!

Manual for speed via the excellent Headset press.

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Black tour bikes.

July 17, 2011

My love for the blacked out racing bike continues.
via.

Pro Bikes.

March 21, 2011

A pal alerted me to this great ( but way too short ) article on pros and their bikes and the fact that things are not always as they seem…

These days it’s possible to have a better bike than the pros. It’ll cost you but an amateur is free to chose what ever they want, from an artisan frame right down to marginal gains like titanium bolts and ceramic bearings. The UCI rules impose a minimum weight of 6.8kg, something that can be beaten quite easily these days, especially with smaller sized frames. It’s got to the point where some bike companies make a virtue of having to add back weight as a way of broadcasting just how light their bikes are…

Reading the comments it says: Boonen raced the ’06 TdF on a steel Pegoretti (and won the green jersey, too) with Specialized stickers. Now I don’t know about the accuracy of that statement but It would be interesting to see a modern pro racing a steel frame… I wonder what they’d make of it.

Read the rest at the inner ring.

Testing Testing.

July 13, 2010

P3 Patent.

June 24, 2010

I love patent drawings. No matter how new the technology, they always manage to look about a million years old.

Cervelo Project California.

June 10, 2010

Seen.

Mo Cervélo.

May 7, 2010

Beyond The Peloton: Paris Roubaix 2010

Cervélo make such great movies and this is no exception.

Mo Cervelo.

April 29, 2010

I heart black bikes and especially black bikes that look like this.
More at Cervelo.

Beyond the Peloton.

April 29, 2010

After their successful first season, film makers Joseph Finkleman and Booker Sim follow the Cervélo TestTeam and capture the human passion and beauty of cycling. With their all-access passes, they show you what conventional race footage fails to capture: everything “beyond” the peloton.

Via the Cervelo Test team.

Sir Vaylo.

September 29, 2009

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