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Sierra Nevada Camping Trip Part Three: Cyclocross On The Moon

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It’s obviously not the moon considering that you can see the moon in the photos. It IS a dry lake bed though. There were cows everywhere and we had a lot of surface to ride on.

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Sierra Nevada Camping Trip Part Two: Mammoth, CA

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Sierra Nevada Camping Trip Part One: Miscellaneous Photos

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Confente Photo

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This is a picture I found hanging in my buddy John’s house. The bike in the foreground is a beautiful green Confente that will be on this website very soon.

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Velo Cult Video #1

This is a video made of random clips from our recent camping trip to the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains. We went to Las Vegas, Death Valley, Bristlecone, Bishop, Mammoth, Mono. We went to several hot springs, campgrounds, national parks, ghost … Continue reading

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Cutest Hubs…Ever!

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What is in this box?

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A collection of bicycle parts that took someone years to find. More detailed shots coming soon.

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Drillium Never Fails to Put a Smile on My Face

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Especially when it is on a vintage track bike that has lived a full life of racing and road riding with its original owner. We are used to seeing metal parts drilled out but plastic?

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Cool Old Track Photo

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Not sure what year this was but the racer in the picture is a shop friend. This photo was found in his collection of cycling memorabilia that I recently had the chance to dig through. There is way more to … Continue reading

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What’s with the cork hanging on your saddle?

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“In days of old, when bike riders were bold, and a fixed gear was all they’d need, with lots of torque they attached a cork, and rode away with speed.”

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