For 12 humid hrs, the streets of St.pete were filled with racers competing to see who could complete the most laps on a 14.7mile course.. There were some impressive lap times being put up.. just breaking 41min lap times. The overall turn out was good considering the sketchy weather and horrible heat. They had 12 4 man teams.. actually 11- 4 man teams and a 3 man team that held their own finishing 6th with only 3 riders ( Ryan Magin, Joe Badessa and Billy Crupp). Top honors went to 352 Racing Bike & More for the 4 man team bracket, local shop 66 Fixed 2 man team took home 1st place and Eric Stubbs took first place in the individual bracket with an impressive 15 laps completed.. We cross our fingers this even comes back next year with more riders and sponsors.. It was a great event and great turn out.. enjoy the photo’s and congrats to all the racers and winners! For the full coverage go to our gallery...
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We come to you with another girl on bike shoot.. The inspiration behind this shoot is our one and only lovely Max.. He runs all the behind the scenes and “IT” issues at Urban1cycle.com and well of course we he is from the motherland of Russia.. We have known Cristina for many years now, and she came up with the classic title for this feature “In Russia, bike rides you” being that Max designed his bike with some Russian “flare”.. It’s a SE draft with a upgraded crank, and SE Lager wheels..Please check out our gallery for a full photoshoot set. Enjoy….
A profile of one of the world’s great cycle track riders – who has inspired her, what motivates her – complete with some unique onboard footage of Victoria powering her bike on a flying lap
We haven’t had these kind of posts in a while so here it is. Not only girls from Japan ride fixed gear and bmx but they ride these bikes in style. Never ending cuteness. Via
A few months ago.. We were packing up the Nakanari / Urban1cycle bike to head to Reign in Orlando for a exhibit.. Around two weeks before the show, we were in a pickle not knowing how we would mount and show the bike at the exhibit.. Then a magical box appeared at our door step, from the awesome guys at FeedBack Sports.. I’ll be honest, I never heard of FeedBack before receiving this stand, but I have to admit I was soooo impressed with there product.
We got our grubby hands on the Sports Mechanic Repair stand by FeedBack, we loved the matte black look to the stand. FeedBack’s signature color is red on there stand’s, but we needed a matte black so it wouldn’t take away from the bike, yet do the job.. The mechanic repair stand is super light weight, only weighing in at 12.6lbs. It can hold up to 65lbs , which would be a tank of a bike. The stand can adjust it’s height from 42″-65″… so no more back breaking leaning over to the ground to work on your bike..
Your able to tilt the bike in any position.. Check below with our project bike mounted up
If you are in the market for a mechanic stand for home or business.. Please go check out FeedBack Sports
Back in December the word started spreading through out the web that there was a colab in the works with MaiHiro and Urban1cycle with the help of our buddies over at Velocity Wheels.. Well finally the pics are here! Check out Kim’s one off custom bike created by Nakanari from MaiHiro with his Ninja Spiki..
The custom design was taking over to Visual FX Solutions in Tampa to get wrapped.. the frame was done along with the Velocity Deep V wheels and headset.. Our friends over at 66Fixed.com relaced the wheels up and we were ready to go..
A full shoot with Kim and her bike coming over soon.. and some more suprises coming with the colab of Urban1cycle and MaiHiro coming soon!