Posts Tagged ‘uk’

Paul Curran.

April 6, 2010

Photographs from persistent medalist, Paul Curran’s race chronology site.

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Hench!

March 26, 2010

Want.

March 19, 2010


Designed to complement the British Country Jersey, the GB Cap is made from a soft, lightweight technical cotton. Featuring a Union Jack-style stripe down the centre, it is highly water resistant, windproof and extremely breathable. The cap is finished with colour-on-colour Rapha logos and the inside is lined with moisture-wicking anti-bacterial tape. A thick elastic fastener holds the cap in place and the cap has a low enough profile to be worn under a helmet. The cap can be folded into a jersey pocket when not needed.

Seen.

Birmingham Get Ready.

March 15, 2010

1988.

January 22, 2010

Pics taken from the awesome La Gazzetta Della Bici.

For more great photographs you may also want to check this, this and definately this.

Grimmage.

January 13, 2010

This is the worst I have ever seen it as an adult for sure!

My opening eyes this morning were met once again with a snow covered avenue and the commute into work was once again a slippery one to say the least so friends if you do choose to ride in this weather… Be very careful, use your lights and if you have one put on your helmet. It’s treacherous out there.

Cycles of the Cycle Show.

October 12, 2009

So I went to the UK Cycle Show at Earls Court last week with Hardy and I took my camera for a wrestle and to potentially snap some cycles.

Paris hotness.

October 7, 2009

Condor Cycle’s remake of the original Paris Galibier bicycle.

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The design for this unique bike came about in the 1940s, designed by Harry Rensch. Later, during the early 80’s, Michael Kemp and Monty Young set up Paris Lightweight Cycles, and with the help of a West London frame builder, Tom Board, built the Paris Galibier.

The reasoning behind the tube arrangement was to eliminate flex, but also allowing a degree of elasticity that helped to smooth bumpy roads.

So, Condor have relaunched it, such is the interest in retro bikes. It certainly stands out from the crowd, and if you want one Condor will build one to order. Frame and fork prices from £1,200.

Words from RCUK.
Paris Cycles on Classic Lightweights.
Paris Galibier at Condor.

Even Mo Briggs.

September 2, 2009

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