Posts Tagged ‘funny’

Shorter Transformation.

May 15, 2011

This:

To this:

It was pretty rad before but now, hot damn! I love these types of bikes. Where every part is selected or fabricated to be the lightest or stiffest in the goal of making the machine as fast as possible.

Peep the whole build right here.

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RIH Track Hotness.

December 19, 2010

Mr. Wim van der Kaaij told that this unconventional track bike was built after Graeme Obree broke Francesco Mosers hour record on a home built bike in 1993. Mr. van der Kaaij keeps it in his shop for historical reasons although he calls it “ugly and heavy”.

Is that a fork crown? Nice.
More here.

F. Moser. Big Wheelin’.

June 23, 2010

What some hipsters would do to get there latté holding hands on this monster!

Jeremy….

April 7, 2010

… It’s on it’s way!

My ( actually, it isn’t mine anymore ) 1989 Duell track pursuit is on it’s way to NYC. Jeremy, look after it and I hope you get as much enjoyment out of riding it as I did.

Straight outta Burntwood.

March 30, 2010

This is my pal Simon’s most recent build and I think you’ll agree that it’s a fine one. Simon, what’s the deal with your next level penchant for TT/Pusuit bikes man!? What’s this one, number four? five?

Spot more here.

1989 Duell Track Pursuit For Sale.

March 18, 2010

The time has come for a downscale in my household, so this has got to go. My 1989 Duell track pursuit frameset shall be with me no more.

Find it’s listing here and any questions, of course please ask.

Moser Cronometro

March 10, 2010

That is going to be some serious saddle to bar drop, talk about aerodynamics!

Ebay hotness spotted here.

Wow.

November 20, 2009

Just wow.

Previously on this subject.

Seen at Fixed Gear Blog.

Erm.

November 18, 2009

Is it me or does this look a bit strange… I mean, like what size will the front wheel be?

Via Fixed Gear Blog.

Affinity x CMWC.

November 11, 2009

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We’re helping raise money for CMWC Japan by donating the first production Kissena frame set, and four Lo Pro frame sets custom powder coated candy clear red with white CMWC and Affinity graphics. The Kissena is size small 52cm and we have two small and two medium Lo Pros available.

The Kissena frame set is $899.00, and the Lo Pro’s are $500.00 f/f. All money raised will go to the CMWC fund. This is a great chance to help support CMWC, and for doing so you’ll be sporting the first Kissena or a custom Lo Pro.

Prolly via Affinity.

I want a go.

November 5, 2009

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Our project, simplicity in inner city bicycling, was at first glance a fun aesthetic opportunity in new trends, color, and materials. Our target lived / worked in an inner city environment with minimal space. Bicycling at this level can be more about fashion and culture than speed and performance.

After the first few brainstorm sessions we knew there where bigger opportunities. The project ended up rethinking what a “frame” meant, getting ride of basic key components, and creating a new type of compact bicycling. Inspired by the first the “hobby horse” from it’s simplicity and secondly the cafe race scene. Each is an exercise in stripping something down to its core.

J Ruiter via MilanoFixed.


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