Here’s the rest of the photos for the martini track bike. Check out all the customized campy parts those guys put a ton of work in to! Im late posting this up due to moving servers but I figured I should post the follow up anyway. Check the set HERE.
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This Martini Racing painted track bike loaded with Campy parts is en route to Rex in China as I write this. I was able to get some shots of it for Chris as the paint job done entirely by hand at Fresh Frames took quite some time. When I first saw this bike I starred at it for about 20 minutes, those guys did an impressive job. More pics will be up on Bishop’s Flickr when I’m finished.
Been a while, but I never put this set up. I shot another bike for Chris yesterday which I will put up shortly. Check the set HERE.
Here’s the other bike I said would pop up soon. Tommy’s pride and joy that he himself painted. You may have to see it in person to really appreciate it but I did my best to capture the paint. Check out the photos on Bishop’s Flickr HERE. Check out Tommy for all your bike painting needs…
I shot some flicks for a fresh from paint Bishop bike last week and man this thing is awesome. The client wanted a road version of the MS track we have seen so many times. Check out the details on Bishops Flickr..
About 2 years ago, Jeff from Gnome bags made me this tool roll. I was sick of having to dig through my bags secondary pocket which was full of other random things I may need day to day. I decided to revisit it because I wondered what Jeff has been up to, and I still don’t know. Not much has changed with the tool roll, except that Tony has my chain break at the moment. The bag constantly gets beat up in my bag whether I dig past it, throw it on the floor or roll it out in whatever terrain I’m on. The quality is awesome and I couldn’t be happier to still be using it.
I came across these CityLite lights the other day and thought they were interesting. I have no idea of their quality or functionality but they look interesting and they could be good. I have yet to find a convenient front light thats not bulky or has a mount so I look at these as something I can easily swap between bikes. I have used the gel lights and had battery issues and quality issues. While some of my friends ride without lights, I ride with 2 rears and no front currently. I like having a front light that I can turn on and off since cars are less likely to pull out on you or cut over real fast. I encourage lights as someone who travels home late night and I wanted to share another option as far as lights go. Ride safe.
I think these may come in handy in the up coming future, as well as 6 pack rides and what not…