Emil Rosenberg

  • Carl von Arbin posted an update in the group Group logo of RoadRoad 7 years ago

    David Millar Documentary

    This is a Spanish TV sports documentary from Canal+. Much of the audio is in English so if you’re don’t speak Spanish, be patient. David Millar is doing his last year in the pro ranks and it’s a fascinating story.
    Also, fun to see Jonathan Vaughters speak Spanish in a rather blue suit.

    http://bit.ly/1tlU8gq

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  • Laurence Fryer-Taylor posted an update in the group Group logo of TravelTravel 7 years, 1 month ago

    Summer is pretty much upon us, so we’re all starting to make cycling plans for the coming months. I’m keen to do some light touring or bikepacking and this article on Yonder Journal has made for useful – and awesome – reading.

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

    Contributor @delayedpleasure teamed up with downhill riders Blake and Ray Samson to shoot their trip at Fuerteventura, exploring the virgin dirt of this volcanic island.

    See the gallery: http://velonode.cc/forte-aventure/

  • Jessica Löwengren posted an update in the group Group logo of GraphicGraphic 7 years, 2 months ago

    If I could I would fill my walls with prints made by Neil Stevens, I just love his somewhat childish aesthetics.

    Find out more about him at http://www.crayonfire.co.uk/30440/work .

    If you can get a hand on his 2011 Tour the France posters, I envy you. Big Time!

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

    Tired of the regular stuff seen in the peloton? Well, make sure to check out Ritte Cycles! It all began in 2008 with the goal to produce beautiful, well-made bikes for people who appreciate having something unique. Since then, Ritte have designed both high-quality carbon frames and unique custom frames in California. Ritte bikes are definitely not…[Read more]

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

    Starting our twitter account with some good advice from Manuel Quinziato.

    Follow us on http://twitter.com/velonode

  • A true champ isn’t afraid to step out of the comfort zone. Top triathlete Lisa Nordén made an imprint on the Swedish CX scene this season.

    Photo by: Catarina Ramires Axelsson.
    Image source: http://on.fb.me/1de76Ln

  • Jessica Löwengren posted an update in the group Group logo of TravelTravel 7 years, 3 months ago

    Dinant. Maybe not the first thing you think about when you’re planning your cycling routes in Belgium. You might rather think of Muur the Huy, and yes, it’s kind of epic to ride that climb. But after you’re done conquering the Muur make sure to fuel up and head south to the lovely little village of Dinant.

    The N698, N921, N946, N937 and N948…[Read more]

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

    320 kilometers. That is the distance of the, by far, longest time trial race ever. This went down at the Olympics in Stockholm 1912 and the route is nowadays known as ”Mälaren Runt”.

    The winner was Rudolph Lewis from South Africa with 10:42:39 and since gears did not exist by 1912 he was riding on a fixie, on gravel…[Read more]

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

    This could possibly be the best looking team kit ever seen on the ladies cycling circuit. During 2013 it belonged to Team Specialized Lululemon which are not only wearing a pretty cool kit but are also pretty darn good at cycling. You can find more information about the ladies, the team and the gear at http://velociosports.com/ .

  • Fredrik Neppelberg posted an update in the group Group logo of TrackTrack 7 years, 3 months ago

    The Perfect Athlete is a short documentary about Shane Perkins, Australia’s fastest track cyclist, that gives an insight of what it takes to produce a world-beating result. #infographics #facts #suffering