So-cal riders, TRAFIK is sponsoring the last race of the “Ride The Black Line 2013 Race Series” and it is going to be an awesome! Come out to race or just have a good time, the race promises to be a party/race so be ready to have some fun! Summer is almost over and this is a good chance to kick-it and maybe even walk away with some cool TRAFIK Swag! See you there, the info is below!
Registration: 6:30pm, Racing: 7:00pm
A-Class, B-Class or C-Class Omniums: $10. Sprint Tournament: $5. Juniors race for free.
Pre-registration at www.socalreg.com Prior track riding experience required to race. All entry fees go to Encino Velodrome, a non-profit organization.
Last month we showed you the trailer for this 400+mile fixed ride and now the full mini-doc is out. And trust us when we say, it does not disappoint! This is an epic ride with some really gnarly riders and the ride from the US to Canada is just shot really well. Enjoy!
Check out the team and their gear ratios under the video. Click here for The Starley Rover Society facebook page.
Vincent Malo (Québec – SRS & Team iBike) : 48 x 15
Josh Gieni (Saskatchewan – Team iBike) : 48 x 15 (days 1-2) 48 x 16 (day 3)
Gophrette Power (France) : 48 x 15
Danny G. Taillon (Québec) : 47 x 16
Romain Albertini (France) : 44 x 14
Marie-Hélène Lapierre (Québec) : Road bike
David Trumph (USA – Chalet Magazine) : Road bike
Phil Penman (England – Chalet Magazine) : Road bike
James Stevens (Australia – Chalet Magazine) : Road bike
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Still got that stupid nasty old water bottle? Got no water bottle at all? What’s the matter with you? It’s time to upgrade to the official TRAFIK BURNER BOTTLE 2.0 “SUGIMON ATTACK!”.
The black and white design is dope and it will go with your bike no matter what color it is. Plus, you’re not just getting a water bottle, you’re getting hooked up with a whole package full of #SUGIMON decals, our classic TRAFIK decals and our new TRAFIK 3 button set! What more could you ask for?
The new BURNER BOTTLE 2.0 is Japanese inspired, but designed right here in Los Angeles by the very talented LEEN. He is a rider and graf artist from LA and has been part of the fixed gear scene even before To Live & Ride In LA came out! Here’s what he had to say about his new project:
Leen- “Everyone knows you need a water bottle if you are serious about riding, and I just wanted one that was cool and represents fixed riding culture. It was important to me that it was an art piece and told a story. So I designed the new Burner Bottle 2.0 with that in mind”.
This may look a bit out of place here, but we are committed to international fixed gear culture. So regardless of the surface you ride on or where you are from, get out there and ride your fixed, it’s friday!!!
This fixed video from Latvia just came out and we thought it worth a look! Two fixed riders are in a chase through traffic, parking garages, what looks like a freeway. Rest assured, here are plenty of skids and even some stair sets. We don’t want to give it all away, but the ending might surprise you! Enjoy!
Time to kick off your week! So we found another fixie rider from half way around the world who is doing some cool stuff. Props on the backwards wheelie, homie! Check out their channel for more vids featuring some some velodrome action and cool bikes that you probably haven’t seen in the US. Ok, now it’s your turn, Ride your bike and spread the love!
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