Carl von Arbin

  • Laurence Fryer-Taylor posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years ago

    A great film for The 5th Floor by Angus Sung with awesome editing and a soundtrack that really captures the mood of their Mallorca trip. Angus manages to highlight the friendships and experiences we take from the sport of cycling.

  • velonode posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 1 month ago

    Contributor @cmva is sharing his Paris-Roubaix story of the startline of Compiégne and at the finish in Roubaix.

    Read the full story: http://velonode.cc/f2-roubaix/

  • Emil Rosenberg posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 1 month ago

    I find this video to be so inspirational, and moving. There’s something with the essence of joy in this movie that just strike me. If I’m able to age like this, I’m going to be proud.

  • Emil Rosenberg posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 1 month ago

    An interesting evaluation of positions on a road bike from an aerodynamic perspective.

    I wish they would go further and analyze positions such as the “Cancellara-tuck” on the hoods!

  • Emil Rosenberg posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 2 months ago

    How many of you have tried this? I’m comfortable with jackets, arm warmers, gloves and such… Might have to try this myself!

  • Emil Rosenberg posted an update in the group Group logo of TechnologyTechnology 7 years, 2 months ago

    What makes the difference in tires? Learn why some rubbers are recollected as the top-notch.

    FMB along with some other luxourius brands is on top of the pyramid in the world of tyres. Here’s a great video from InCycle on this topic.

  • Lars Hansson posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 2 months ago

    Paris Roubaix makeover.

    Found these photos on Pinterest. “Before and after” by Debby Termonia.

    – Lars Ytting Bak
    – Kenny Dehaes
    – Jens Debusschere
    – Stig Broeckx
    – Vegard Breen

    Image source: http://on.fb.me/1naF4n6

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  • William Hawkes posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 2 months ago

    This is one of those “do not try this at home” moments as a Brazilian cyclist drafts behind a lorry which is clocking in 124 km/h (34 mph) which is something that you would get out of descending down a hill. The cyclist plants his GoPro to the rear of the truck and not only drafts but also bunny hops at 100 km/h (27 mph) which is crazy.

  • Lars Hansson posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 2 months ago

    Ian Boswell shares some pro descending tips.

    From the series of films “The Little Things” produced by Rapha where both Sky riders and staff provide unique insights into every aspect of the team.

    See all the films: bit.ly/1eAmNar

  • velonode posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 2 months ago

    Editoral: A photographer’s tale from inside a world tour stage race – “It’s definitely nothing like Le Tour, Il Giro or La Vuelta – but it’s still a big one with a long history. Sometimes when being inside the race, no matter which one, it feels like fighting a three-headed monster.”

    Velonode contributor Kåre Dehlie Thorstad is giving us an…[Read more]

  • Emil Rosenberg posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 3 months ago

    Le Fleche Wallone Féminine. Evelyn Stevens talks us through her head of the last 250 meters of the hard race while battling Marianne Vos for the victory.

  • Emile Wilmar posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years, 3 months ago

    A couple of months ago two friends of mine decided to ride the Rapha Festive 500 in one big fat ride from Paris (FR) to Haarlem (NL) – #inonego

  • Diego Cagnato posted an update in the group Group logo of HistoricalHistorical 7 years, 3 months ago

    A short film (spin-off from the feature-length bike movie “The Last Kilometer”) about one of the most iconic figure in cycling today: DIDI, EL DIABLO!