Merckx Monday: With a little bit of help from our friends!


Anybody know where this image is from?

Here is the photo flip flopped!

Building a custom Red Hook Crit race bike for Juliet Elliott!

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After working with Charge Bikes for as long as I remember (8 years maybe?), last year we decided to part ways as our paths had diverged to such an extent that it didn’t make sense to continue. Charge were my first bike sponsor and I’ll forever be grateful to them for supporting me and being so fun to work with but with me increasingly riding carbon road bikes, full suspension mountain bikes and track bikes, none of which they make, it was time to move on.

So this year, I wasn’t sure what bike I was going to race on at the the Red Hook Crit as for the first time I was free to ride anything I wanted. I’ve had several offers from teams I would genuinely really love to be a part of but with ASSOS being my priority these days, I had to turn them down as I’d never be able to wear a team skinsuit rather than my ASSOS one.

Enter Hartley Cycles!

Continue reading…HERE!

I’m really looking forward to seeing the completion of this project!

Two living legends…who I <3 very much!


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We have Bailey from Comrade Cycles in Chicago, and my personal favorite Instagram Super Star J. Bené Romanceür!!!

Such a rad photo!


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Common Core with Zio Ziegler over at Bike Mag!


For artist Zio Ziegler, brushstrokes and pedal strokes are means to the same end…

Unexpected. The word invariably springs to mind when approaching the studio of celebrated artist, Zio Ziegler.

Taking on the unassuming front of a gracefully aging single-family home in the hills of Mill Valley, California, it’s a scene that would be far from out of place in any of America’s mountain towns. Four-wheel-drive vehicles crowd the driveway; roof racks and camper shells abound. Inside, a sea of bikes greets visitors.

Continue reading and see more images…HERE!