Posts Tagged ‘team’

ToB Stage 3 [Stoke]. Photographs in B+W.

September 14, 2011

Yesterday morning I went along to Stoke for stage 3 of the 2011 Tour of Britain and this is a small selection of the snaps I took whilst there.

It was a great day and the atmosphere was awesome. I must also say that the team village at the depart was in a fantastic location compared to last year. This year it was situated in the beautifully green and picturesque Trentham gardens so big shouts to the organizers for picking out such a great spot for the teams and spectators alike.

More photos to come…

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Lomo for iPhone. Raleigh travellin’.

July 5, 2011

Raleigh train.

June 6, 2011

Found this image chilling on my desktop… what an awesome shot!

Raleigh x Levis. Real vintage.

May 12, 2011

I’ve always been a huge fan of the Levi’s/Raleigh Pro Team bikes(as seen below!), love Levi’s and of course Raleigh is doing great things these days. So when I had the chance to swoop some of these NOS Pro Team Toques, worn by the team during the 80’s, of course I didn’t say no! Now if only someone would make a re-issue kit(hint, hint). Hopefully this Commuter Line will get Levi’s psyched on cycling again and maybe even get them in the mood to co-sponsor another pro team.

Man I need one of those knits, for real.

Via Tracko

87. TdF Team time trial.

January 10, 2011

Blue Peter. 1987.

January 10, 2011

I should remember this episode, but I don’t. Anyone know where I can watch?

Spotted./

Gazzetta goes from Strength to Strength.

November 1, 2010

With his new website, new online forum, newly formed cycling club; GS Gazzetta ( with a killer team strip! ) and his acclaimed pre and post ride muscle oils, Simon Lamb of La Gazzetta Della Bici is absolutely smashing it.

Big, monsterous shouts to Simon Lamb! Go check out his blog right here.

Chasing Legends.

October 8, 2010

The trailer to this film looks immense and I am totally looking forward to seeing it on the 21st Oct. You too can watch this film at a cinema near you on the same date. Check this link for details on where it will be screened.

There also seems to be somewhat of a pre screen shindig being organized by the good chaps of Birmingham Fixed Gear, check this link for more details on that.

Looks like it’ll be a great evening!

Testing Testing.

July 13, 2010

Behind the Peloton…

June 23, 2010

… with the Ritte boys.

Shit’s too funny! Watch them all here and ROFL to your heart’s content.

Shouts to Josh for the linky.

Concorde PDM Appreciation.

June 23, 2010

Bolstering my love of Concorde to the fullest.
More info on team Concorde / PDM here.

Exploded.

June 15, 2010

Gotta love an exploded team Raleigh.
Seen at Cool Steel’s Flickr spot.

Cervelo Project California.

June 10, 2010

Seen.

Raleigh Snaps.

May 11, 2010

So, remember last week I mentioned that I planned to fit some tubular tyres onto my newly purchased wheels? Well, I have only gone and done it! I can also report that: Yes, it is a right bast**d fitting them but I can also report that it is a lot less of a pain in the ass than I first thought.

Happy as Larry I am now, happy as Larry.

Bikers Must Obey.

May 4, 2010


Some fantastic shots found, yet again,over at The Blue and Red.

Raliegh SB 951…

April 30, 2010

…On Ebay.

Buy it Now for only £875! If only.

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.

Raleigh Greatness.

April 19, 2010

Aaaah, the warm feeling I get when I spot the livery of a Professional Raleigh… Magnificent!

Zullo now in the UK.

April 1, 2010

Tiziano Zullo was born in 1952 in the North of Italy. He started racing at the age of fourteen and in the early seventies came into contact with the world of frame building through some of the Italian builders. He began building frames, under his own name and for larger brands, and in 1978 he started to export the Zullo brand. By 1985 he was the frame supplier of the Dutch TVM team, a relationship that lasted until 1992. Zullo frames were ridden on the Milan San Remo, the Northern Classics and the Tours De France, Giro díItalia, La Vuelta and World Championships. He experimented with Aluminium and still has a custom Carbon frame but the range is still predominantly steel.

Zullo now at Mosquito bikes.
Via Road.cc
Zullo on the web.
Trackies may also like this from Zullo.

Raleigh got a new Fork.

March 23, 2010

Yup, after over a year of looking I managed to find what I was looking for: An undrilled fischer crown track fork with a long enough steerer that was good enough to chrome.

Result.


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