Jul 232012

May 302012

Our friends at PNP & Wellington Velodrome have announced details for a Sunday series starting in November. Details below.

Cycle racing in Wellington is about to get a whole lot faster and exciting with a new Speed League Track Racing series set to begin at Hataitai Velodrome in November 2012.

The season-long points based competition is open to all grades and abilities and will run from 4-6pm every Sunday afternoon from November 4 until April 2013. Riders can accumulate points in graded racing that go to an overall league table. The Sprint Ace competition is back too, and there will be a new Team Scratch competition to compete in as teams of clubs, shops or just  mates.

The Speed League has come about based on rider feedback and lessons learned from previous seasons. This is your chance to be part of something awesome so start dusting off your track bike.

Speed Legue Concept guidelines

May 212012

Thanks for the hospitality over the weekend CGK Hagan and Kenny, super appreciated!

Pics from yesterdays quick morning ride (from HDotDaily).

More Pics Here

Apr 302012

Riding the Colnago 10 speed in SF.

Apr 302012

A little over a week here in Seoul and it’s been pretty rad meeting all sorts of people from all walks of life.

Definitely the highlight so far is meeting Nico he’s the owner of the coolest bikes on this planet to date! Has a serious collection of bikes and according to him, he’s built over 35+ bikes!

Stay tuned!

Feb 172012

Last night we decided to something a little different than our normal rides. Got a bit of filming in.

Jan 302012

Jan 252012

A few months ago we had a Team Kit made. Grant took some photos of some of us at the track last night.

Take a look!

Jan 242012

This weekend, come down for some #DTBC shenanigans, Taylor is moving to Perth so we’re gonna see him off in Style.

We wish you a swift departure Taylor!

Image courtesy of theCGK.com

Jan 202012

The Dodici in trout hunting mode – she covered a solid 80Km today including a few hundred meters of elevation up into the Akatarawa ranges on a trout stalking mission. No fish but as they say, “the journey is half the fun.” Probably closer to 90 percent in this case …Life just rolls on that little bit slower when you have a fixed gear and a pack on your back.