We're back for Episode 2 of The Bike Lane's Spring Classics season and Matt, Scott and I discuss all the hot topics you're probably talking about during your bunch rides or at the cafe. In this episode we talk about the big Monuments coming up (with Henk Vogels), who's on form, running red lights, and some banter amongst triathletes. As always, we welcome your feedback.
I simply had to make this video after meeting "James" a very enigmatic man who has taken it upon himself to collect one bicycle from each developmental epoch for future generations to enjoy , a kind of time capsule if you will !
Experiments in speed. Inspired by those great men of the salt flats, those men that in the 60s pushed the Land Speed Record from the 300s up towards the 600mph mark in jet-propelled cars built in their sheds. We decided to do what we do: build a bicycle, but this time, in the spirit of those pioneers of speed, build it to see how fast we could go…
Director | Greg Hackett
Editor | Tim Swaby
Production Company | Spindle Productions
Sound Recordist | Adam Williams
Camera Assistant | Greg Harris
Production Assistant | Dickon Ireland
Aerial Cameras | Ben Kenobe Ben Sturgess Chris Ridley
Photographer | Tristan Conor Holden
Composer | Daniel J. Harvey
Welcome to episode five of the third season of The Bike Lane. With Matt Keenan laying on the beach in Noosa this week, we welcome former women's Giro stage winner Rebecca Dicello as our co-host with Scott McGory in the hot seat. In this edition we fly the Canadian Flag at half mast and talk about Ryder Hesjedal's admission to doping. We interview the most bad-ass name in pro cycling - Steel von Hoff, we speak to Argos-Shimano rider Koen de Kort about how to prepare for crit racing, have a chat to Australia's newest World Tour signing Calvin Watson who will be riding with Trek in 2014, Nicole Witburn goes under the pressure cooker in the Hot Lap. Also, we speak to Dirty Deeds Cyclocross founding member (and two-time Walkley Award winner) Hamish Fitzsimmons about the CX phenomenon that's hit Australia, and last but not least, we talk about who the most important cyclist is to the government funding of the sport in the country.