Ed Doyle brought a grip of cameras along for our super-last-minute trip to Boston last Sunday and managed to capture this fleet of stunners while we were at Superb.
Anyone have any more photos of this stunning Colnago? I’ll leave you all with this until I can dig up some more shots.
It belongs to Cooper Ray, a photographer and cyclist from NYC.
Above Category seems to be quite the proper shop. Looking at zoot like this Pegoretti Responsorium makes me really miss working with high-end bikes as such. I’ve always been on the fence with a lot of Pegoretti’s paint, but this bike looks killer – check that custom-painted Deda SC stem! Between the Campagnolo 11-speed, Lightweight Standards, and frame, the bike weighs in well under 15lbs and that’s including pedals and cages too.
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The last time we were in Boston, we stopped by Superb Bicycle and did some serious frimping; the track bikes there are gorgeous. Have a look at this Cinelli Mash Histogram build from Superb. More photos below and some more info on this killer alloy track bike on the Superb site.
photos: Peter Wadsworth
A while back Hunt had a few of his bikes featured at Select Design’s Crank – a cycling inspired art show during the 2010 South End Burlington Art Hop. Peter Wadsworth send some photos after the event but they’ve since been lost when Culture Cycles crashed this past spring. Here we have the Horror fixed and the Map of Burlington 3-speed Fixed cruiser. Have a look at two more shots of these bikes below and head to the Feature Bikes section for all the detail shots.
Earlier this month, Hunt and I had a week off to head down to Jersey and the city for a little visit. While riding around Brooklyn, we decided to pay Gina and Shawn at King Kog a visit. As soon as we got there it started raining so we hung out inside and did some frimping and chatting. While inside we came across this wild tall bike they had on loan from a friend who’s currently touring on another tall bike he’s made – crazy. They told us to test ride it, so we took it for a spirited stroll down the block and over a few curbs – you’d be S.O.L. trying to wipe the doo-doo eating grin off either of our faces. Thanks guys!