In what’s expected to be another flat year for bike developments, Saris is getting buzz for their new, updated line of Power Meters. We’ll have them in to ride, as soon as they ship. The updates included, chain-ring based and pedals.
A fav image from Austin this weekend and Americana in Texas at the ABGB, also featured by Sony Mirrorless Pro via our photography editor David Schloss. Besides all the riding and the bike, the assignment was to find the Hidden City during SXSW and we did just that.
More to follow with words in the upcoming issue 23 of our magazine. For the camera nerds, that photo was shot with the new Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm f/4 lens. And, there’s a problem in Austin with some many young parents – children and bars, pubs, and breweries.
The timing is such that I rode with Wiley in his cameo River City kit in Austin and then back home in Seattle, noticed this new edit from that famous shop.
Small world, huh?
It is and still getting through gigs of photos to share from our rides during SXSW with people from all over.
I’m still smooth, but fatter, so I think burped it.
He did AND showed me the new Giant Bicycles Anthem Advanced SX.
Issue 22 is available now and is about sounds.
Tires on the road, shifting, excuses, praise, music; the sounds we hear when ride.
And a tubeless burp, the sound of a swollen creek as you cross it….
That ruckus yesterday during SXSW was our social ride and then the Flaming Lips!
Before riding around town, rode up into the hills of the 04 neighborhood. And one thing I can def ‘till you about “road,” is if you’re riding to a “dam” for a photo, that inevitably means climbing. Sharp, punchy, steps up, and then back down…
Fair weather brought the cyclists out and we enjoyed a loop that included our annual Capital steps photo.
Needed a wide angle to fit them all in
A world premier of a film too… I asked @deathandfood who attended the Bikes v. Cars screening for a quick review and got this text back
I liked it. Happy it wasn’t all white guys. Would have like more cities shown. Still too much talking heads, but they did well with the graphics.
The presentation in the park with the bike powered screen added to the energy. Despite the late start, the crowd was invested, cheering, booing Rob Ford and good applause at the end.
Rob Ford getting booed in Austin! That’s a good ruckus.
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