The Ladies of SWAT are bringing an inter-dimensional cycling experience to the Encino Velodrome. TRACKLANDIA is happening Sunday, August 16th with races for both Women and Men. Lots of sponsors are supporting this event, so try your luck out on the racetrack. They will have a full lineup of Omnium and Sprint Races, tasty food, live music, a Pizza Eating Contest (aka Time Trial) and race betting. It’s gonna be a great event.

Check out the FB event page for all the deets: https://www.facebook.com/events/1641465156135105/
Or head over to the SWAT home planet at http://www.shewolfattackteam.com/ to see wassup.

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TRAFIK is stoked to be a contributor for the latest issue of Urban Cyclist Magazine (#12) that is out now at newsstands. We worked with @Boostamantefotos to publish coverage of the Wolfpack Hustle Shortline Crit in this international magazine dedicated to city-dwelling cyclists worldwide. Check out the spread and cop one for yourself!

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It was a fun day this past Saturday at the TRAFIK Summer Kickback 2015. We want to thank Daily Dose Cafe and Throne Cycles for helping make it happen. The art was ill, the crowd was rowdy and the race was fast as f*uk. The riders had to race for 45 minutes which really thinned out the pack. Then after 45 minutes it all came down to 5 laps, with the podium being Manny from GLK, Felipe from THRONE, and Willo from Zero Miedo. Shamane Morejon was the top female finisher. Check out the drone action from the Crit below…

Trafik Throne bike race from Steveireno on Vimeo.

Big ups to the podium winners who weren’t shy about sharing their winnings and threw out lots of prizes to the crowd. You the tru MVP. Stop over on our FLICKR page to see the full set of pics…TRAFIKPIX

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TRAFIK has come together with Throne Cycles to present The Summer Kickback 2015, a day of bikes, coffee, art, and street racing. The Kickback is being held this Saturday in the DTLA Art District at Daily Dose Cafe and starts at 3pm. Come out and test ride the new Prism by Throne and if you win the race, you get to take one home in your size!

The best thing about this event is that it’s FREE! You can win a Chrome bag stuffed with products from our sponsors, Boombotix, The Seventh Letter, God & Famous, TRAFIK and more, just for signing a petition for better bike infrastructure in the Art District. There will be a trackstand comp and a footdown contest with prizes too, so all you fixie foos need to come out.

There is also going to be an art gallery featuring creative work from local riders and bike enthusiasts, Raquel Natalicchio, James Haunt (@jameshaunt), and Julio Bustamante (@boostamantefotos). Maybe there is an embarrassing photo of you up, you’ll never know unless you go.

So head over to our EVENT PAGE and JOIN the party!

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For the 3rd year in a row the guys over at Freqnt Flyr have organized the Midnight Marauders Night Century Ride, 100 miles through LA county with hundreds of your closest friends. Led by the OG rideleader Wayne “RideTime” Howard, this event promises to be well planned, with bail points close to transit and multiple stops for food and water. It’s going down this Saturday, July 18th. For full info head over to their FaceBook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/388542027998256/

The ride meets at Union Station at 6pm and rolls out a 7. Make sure to bring all the essentials you need, especially a spare tube. Not much elevation on this route and with re-grouping points it’s a ride that everyone should be able to handle. Here is the full interactive map of the course: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/9257237

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ULock Mob Cycling’s DTLA GPX Summer Series 2015 is going off the chain! A series of crit races around Downtown Los Angeles every Friday night in July, this past week was the second installment in the series with a brand new course named “DIAMOND in the RUFF” . A one-mile loop around Edward R. Roybal Learning Center, which included that nice little climb at Vista Hermosa Park, fast downhills and 3 turns into oncoming traffic.

Jon B.east from team Aventon was there looking to defend his 1st place killing from the series first race. But Cesar from team Zeromiedo gave him a fight all the way through and crossed the line first in the end. The front pack included members of team Leader Bikes, GLK racing, and team Unknown, but the money can only go to one man. There are three more races left if you want to prove your racing skills, put your money where your mouth is and come out on Friday! Check out the full set of pics over on our FLICKR page…TRAFIKPIX.


Photo Cred: James Morales

From DTLA Messengers site:

DTLA Messengers, the Originators of the famous Downtown Los Angeles Criteriums, bring it back once again for the 9th year in a row. Here is the chance for racers to put their $$ where their mouth is. Strictly bragging rights! Come out geared, fixed or bring both! Everyone is invited to come support, race or spectate…don’t miss out!

Register @ 7:00 pm
Race @ 8:30 pm
$5 Entry….WINNER TAKES ALL!
Helmets are mandatory.
Lycra is optional but not mandated.

See more at:
www.dtlamessengerstyle.blogspot.com
www.facebook.com/dtlamessengerstyle

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