Tagesarchiv: 11. Dezember 2012


Nein, das war nicht das Ergebnis der Weihnachtsfeier meines Arbeitgebers gestern Abend. Obwohl, ein wenig blau nachts um 2 durch Bremen und den Schnee zu fahren hatte schon etwas. Ich spürte die Kälte nicht, machte mutige Dinge mit meinem Rad und wie immer passten ein Haufen Schutzengel auf mich auf uns geleiteten mich sicher nach Hause.

Nein, blau ist das:


via Chris, Death Pedal @Essen Motorshow.

Erinnerte mich, als Ludwig, Tom und ich Beim JCRC Rennen 2008 in Gunma/Japan den Porsche sahen.

0810 Gunma Race

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Instagram für Radprofis


There are a million excellent photographers on Instagram, but it’s becoming a place where people showcase their professional work instead of posting photos from their camera phone.

A few of my personal favorite cycling Instagramers I follow who largely post camera phone photos in their feeds:

Jered and Ashley Gruber. What can I say? Love their work.


I don’t know how I stumbled upon Motiveflow but he’s got some great shots.


Alain Rumpf, president of Global Cycling Promotions, is also a man who loves to get out for a ride. He has some spectacular photos in his Instagram feed


Caley Fretz is a writer for Velonews and splits his year between Boulder, Colorado and Annecy, France. His Instagram feed shows us a glimpse of what it’s like to be a cycling journalist living the dream in France


I don’t know anything about Dolophonic but I love his/her feed which gives me a breath of escapism during my day


Taylor Phinney’s Instagram feed gives us an insight into his life and what it’s like to be Taylor Phinney. Most of his photos are well composed too.


Kristof Ramon has to be one of my favorite cycling photographers. If he only updated his Instagram feed more often…


Laura Meseguer is a Spanish sports journalist. Her Instagram feed is not necessarily artistic, but it give us a peek into her life which looks like an amazing one to be living!


MMcyclist is a „Cyclist who enjoys photography. Will stop anytime during a ride to snap a shot that I can’t pass up.“ There are some fantastic cycling photos in her feed.


The Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team (OPQS) is one of the few cycling teams making good use out of Instagram.


Team Sky is also doing a good job with Instagram, but most photos are of Wiggo on the TT bike or Cav doing something outrageous.


The only purpose of following Tom Boonen’s Instagram is to see what a day in the life of Tom Boonen is like.


Chris Benchetler’s feed is more about adventure photography, but there’s lot of cycling in there.


Dan Patitucci is another adventure travel photographer but has lots of excellent cycling photos as well. I’m just not certain how many came out of a camera phone

Via Inner RIng.

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Mein erstes Motobecane

Da sind diese französischen Teile noch cool.

via Milano Fixed

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Gira Gira Chariya in Osaka

Chariya = Radladen, auf japanisch. Gira Gira =glitzern, funkeln

via FGGT

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Beten. Mit Eddy.

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von | 11. Dezember 2012 · 20:39

Mona Lisa, Mona Losa, Mona Lisa …… Leonardo

via Milano Fixed

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ALEX rip

Dr Alex Moulton, CBE (1920-2012)

Dr Alex Moulton CBE has died, aged 92. The British bicycle designer is best known for pioneering suspension in small wheeled road bikes, long before it was made popular by the mountain bike world.

The Moulton factory in Bradford upon Avon

The Moulton Bicycle Company paid tribute to their founder on their website: „It is with great sorrow that Shaun Moulton and The Moulton Bicycle Company announce the news that Dr. Alexander Eric Moulton CBE, distinguished engineer and inventor, passed away peacefully in the company of his family and staff on Sunday evening, 9th December 2012, at the age of 92.“

Alex Moulton was born on 9 April 1920. He studied engineering at Cambridge, moving into aircraft engine research during World War II before joining his family’s rubber company, Spencer Moulton and Co. After the company was sold, he set up Moulton Developments Limited, where he designed and produced the Hydrolastic suspension for the Mini.

In the late 1950s he started designing small wheeled bicycles, which were launched to the public in 1962 under the Moulton name. His bikes were notable for their non-conventional frames, small wheels with high pressure tyres to reduce rolling resistance, and rubber-based front and rear suspension.

The Moulton company enjoyed success during the ’60s and were bought by Raleigh in 1967, who mass produced Moultons but stopped in 1974 due to a sales decline. Dr Alex Moulton reacquired the rights to the name and relaunched the company in 1983 with the AM Spaceframe. In 1988, at the start of the off-road boom, he produced the first full suspension mountain bike, the AM-ATB.

Moulton partnered with Pashley (for a lower priced all-terrain bike) and Bridgestone (on an aluminium framed model, based on the original F Frame) in the 1990s and 2000s but largely kept all design, development and manufacturing under one roof. He never lost his flair for original, innovative design and his talents will be missed.

Moultons are still being produced at their factory in Bradford on Avon under general manager and Alex’s nephew Shaun Moulton. For more information, visit www.moultonbicycles.co.uk.

The moulton esprit: the moulton esprit

via Bike Radar

Moulton bicycles are icons of British design


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