7 Mile Horizon.

Something I missed…that I thought was pretty damn rad!

You could call this a story of opposites.  A story where the chapter headings would be something like Land vs Sea, Tide vs Time, Coast vs Carbon.  The premise was simple, to ride a track bike to the birthplace of British speed, Pendine Sands. A seven mile beach located in a corner of South West Wales, Great Britain.   It was here in the twenties where Sir Malcolm Campbell and his aero-engined Sunbeam Bluebird set the world land speed record and started a legend.  With our Bluebird, powered by egg bacon sausage and geared at 51/15, Campbell’s 1924 speed of 146.16mph was safe, Sand vs Gears.

The team was Welsh artist Death Spray Custom, English photographer Joe McGorty and UK cycle collective The 5th Floor.

More images…HERE!

Comments

  1. bbqross says:

    bitchin link! and that eurovan….ballin.

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