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.
Danny has been wanting to hit Patapsco state park lately, since he goes pretty often for downhill. He also spends some time fishing there. We made it down there finally but since it has been raining so much, those trails hold a lot of water and it makes the ground soggy. The first jump he hit we decided to call that one quits because of traction issues when landing, the landing goes straight in to a tree and if you can’t hook up then you can’t make the turn around it. We plan to go back down there at some point when I don’t have a wedding every weekend and hopefully when it dries out a little bit. Check more 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..
This past Saturday was the first leg of the Triple Crown race which is Baltimore, DC and Richmond. It started in St. Mary’s park and ended at the bell foundry with a pig roast. My plan was to go from the start to the second check point, then move to like the fifth checkpoint then maybe one more then to the finish and get some photos. Well I went to the second and from there I couldn’t get a hold of anyone to tell me where the other check points were! At this point my chainring bolts started coming loose and I figured I should head to the finish and thats what I did. I can say it was a fun race and probably averaged around 40 miles long. The checkpoints took them to each corner of the city even through some rough areas. Check the photo set HERE.
I didn’t really know what was happening for today, but I can say thank you Sam for being awesome. Sam hit me up lastnight and said he was going fishing and we could possibly ride early. I went along with it and we met up close to 1030 and spent a little over an hour cruisin’ the alleys in our neighborhood. Sam must have planed it, he knew each spot he wanted to go to, it was very efficient and straight forward which made it really easy to ride then carry out your busy day. He took one good fall which I left in the set, the trick is super technical/big/awesome and I hope he nails it on video soon. You can check the set HERE, and don’t worry because it’s short and sweet.
I met up with Sam and Colin down under 83 where the farmer’s market is as Colin was tightening his crank, which is a normal sight. We found a big puddle with a small island on it, Colin insisted they hit it with out touching the water. This was before we realized it was a giant piss pool! It stunk! We did a lot of exploring today trying not to go to deep in to the hood of East Balt, so we dabbled. Some of the areas were super bland so we ended up staying near the Fells area-venturing up the back roads. After cutting through Patterson Park and finding a spot or 2, we shot up to Highlandtown and discussed going to Greektown to this warehouse spot. The warehouse spot is full of businesses but random ones. I know theres studio space and workshops in some of them, powercoating and carpet cleaning. Nobody there seemed to mind us so we carried on. Sam managed to slip and fall in some mud. After realizing he was covered in it thats when we called it a day. Check the day HERE.