1. DOSNOVENTA RUNS NEW YORK CITY 2012 - TEASER

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    Dosnoventa's trip to New York & Red Hook Criterium video preview. Credits Filmmakers: Hector Ferreño, Sergi Castellà. Edit: Xavi Trilla, Sergi Castellà, Hector Ferreño. ArtWork: David A. Turover, Albert Morera de Bes. Music: De La Soul's Plug 1 & Plug 2, present First Serve - We Made It Thanks to : Sebas Ordinas ( fixthecity and Dosnoventa), Jason Clary, Christian Dominguez, John Prolly, Emi Brown, David Trimble and all Red Hook Crit organization, Chas Christiansen, Alfred Bobe Jr, Tijon Randall, Affinity Shop, Chris Six Nguyen, Takuya Sakamoto, Alex Farioletti, Javon Floyd, Chris Willmore, Dan Chabanov ( to make us believe you can fly on a bicycle ), & Brooklyn WuTang Sons. This report was shot in New York City during last March 2012 and we would like to thank all the people on the video for their hospitality. ............ ............ ............ Adelanto del vídeo de Dosnoventa en su paso por Nueva York y la Red Hook Criterium. Créditos Filmmakers: Hector Ferreño, Sergi Castellà. Edit: Xavi Trilla, Sergi Castellà. ArtWork: David A. Turover, Albert Morera de Bes. Musica: De La Soul's Plug 1 & Plug 2, present First Serve - We Made It Gracias a: Sebas Ordinas ( fixthecity and Dosnoventa), Jason Clary, Christian Dominguez, John Prolly, Emi Brown, David Trimble y toda la organización de Red Hot Crit, Chas Christiansen, Alfred Bobe Jr, Tijon Randall, Affinity Shop, Chris Six Nguyen, Takuya Sakamoto, Alex Farioletti, Javon Floyd, Chris Willmore, Dan Chabanov ( por hacernos creer que se puede volar encima de una bicicleta ), & Brooklyn WuTang Sons. Este reportaje fue grabado en la ciudad de Nueva York durante el pasado mes de marzo 2012 y queremos agradecer a toda la gente que sale en el video su gran acogida que nos dieron al equipo Dosnoventa.

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    • LAP 24

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      LAP 24 with EVAN MURPHY produced & edited by DANNY ABEL cinematography by BEN MCINTIRE music RAIN, IN YOUR BLACK EYES by EZIO BOSSO this film was shot at the RED HOOK CRIT - BROOKLYN, NY

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      • Red Hook Criterium . October 15th 2011 . The Race

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        Posted on Bicycling.com [ http://bicycling.com/blogs/ramblingman/2011/10/20/red-hook-criterium-milano/ ] See also the report written by: Lodovico Pignatti Morano [ http://www.gagedesoto.com/news/american-express-a-red-hook-milano-wrap-up.html ] By Neil Bezdek: “Is it OK if I race with a video camera on my handlebars?” I shouted that question over a boisterous crowd moments before the start of last Saturday’s Red Hook Criterium in Milan. Beneath me was a borrowed fixed-gear bicycle, and I didn’t want to upset the owner by tacking a bulky camera onto his gorgeous minimalist frame. “It doesn’t matter,” said Antonio Colombo, owner of Columbus tubing and Cinelli bikes and of my machine for the evening. “Just win!” The Red Hook Criterium is the most stressful event of the year for me. This is no routine park race. The hype’s been building. With its offbeat format—a nighttime crit raced on fixed-gear bikes with no brakes—the Red Hook draws athletes from all walks of sport and throws each a curve ball. Roadies like me have to adjust for constant pedaling and limited gearing. Track riders learn to negotiate changes of speed and tight corners in a dense pack. Fixed-gear messenger types contend with athletes who treat their bodies as if they were science experiments. Even the most seasoned racers have to deal with something new. For weeks, online forums have been lit up with speculation and trash talking about the course and how pre-race favorites—who don’t usually race against one another—would stack up. Milan’s locals had been meeting on the course to train, test and re-test different gear ratios in an effort to find the fastest. There was the ever-growing list of prizes. The media coverage made the race feel like an all-or-nothing contest. And in some ways it is. The Red Hook happens just twice a year, in Brooklyn in the spring and in Milan in the fall. Unlike a lot of other races, there’s no event the following weekend to offer redemption. The outcome bolsters or haunts each racer for half a year. And after taking second place in the last two races, let’s just say the monkey on my back had worn a deep, painful groove. As our 80-rider field rolled off the start line, it hit me that the next hour would be the most important of my three-week trip to Europe. All during my stay, I’ve been aware that I’m essentially a representative of my country and its cycling community. So I’ve striven to be a polite guest. In theprevious week’s granfondo, for example, my aim was to show the competition that America can produce a skilled, etiquette-abiding cyclist. But on the Red Hook Crit course, that mindset got thrown out the window. After agonizing over this race for months, I had one concern: winning. No fun. No mercy. A diplomatic Dr. Jekyll replaced by a bloodthirsty Mr. Hyde. In the end, the pressure lifted and my normal demeanor returned moments after I crossed the finish line, in first and just inches ahead of last year’s winner. The relief was immense. And not just because I’d won. With the race over, I could relax and enjoy Europe. Note: The Red Hook Criterium has been an astonishing success, and not just because it generates a great deal of hype and suspense. The event brings together cyclists, fans, and photographers who would never cross paths otherwise. While the occasion for the event is the race itself, it’s almost a distraction for the participants. To travel halfway across the world, stay in Europe for three weeks, and focus entirely on the outcome of a 45-minute bike race, well, that’d be an enormous waste. Strangely enough, now that the race is behind us, we can enjoy the best parts of it. --- Race stats and ranking: TIME: 43.01 Average speed: 45.20 / 26.84 mph average Fastest lap Neil Bezdek 2:14 48 kph / 30 mph average 1st Lap Prime Neil Bezdek 2nd Lap Prime Neil Bezdek 1. Neil Bezdek 43.01 2. Jon Ander Ortuondo ST 3. Alexander Barouh +01 4. Francesco Martucci +01 5. Danilo Borroni +01 6. Chas Christiansen +02 7. Tommaso Nolli +02 8. Nathan Trimble +03 9. Paolo Calabresi +05 10. Kacey Manderfield +05 11. John Taki Theodroacopulos +05 12. John Kniesly +05 13. Gabe Lloyd +06 14. Alessandro Stabilini +06 15. Marcello Scarpa +06 16. Giorgio Vianini +06 17. Riccardo Perego +07 18. Enrico Pezzetti +30 19. Giovanni Luigi Bocchi + 1:38 20. Ferdinando Pertusio + 1:38 Editing by Lab8 Cameras and footage provided by Chris Thormann Onboard Neil Bezdek's bike Race stats provided by David Trimble

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        • Red Hook Crit Brooklyn 2013

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          Red Hook Criterium Brooklyn 03.30.2012 Song: "Till I Get My Way" by The Black Keys

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          • HTR . Interview with David Trimble of Red Hook Criterium Race

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            A behind the scenes of cycling culture and races in New York City. Featuring David Trimble: The Red Hook Criterium (RHC) is an unsanctioned race held at night featuring a fixed gear criterium and a 5km running race held over multiple laps of a short technical circuit. The field consists of elite athletes, track stars, amateur runners, professional cyclists, bike messengers, and urban cyclists. The RHC was born in the post-industrial Brooklyn neighborhood Red Hook. This unique event combines the underground art of street racing with the intensity of high level competition in a spectacular urban environment. First held in 2008 to celebrate organizer David Trimble’s birthday, the RHC has established itself as a prestigious and much loved event in both the local community and greater athletic world. This fast, intense, and spectator friendly race is the pinnacle of a weekend of events that includes dinners, art exhibitions, parties, and group bicycle rides and runs. for more infos visit the website: http://redhookcrit.com/

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            • paved Magazine: Issue 2

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              paved Magazine is official now; 4 issues are planned for 2011. This issue is the first of 2011 and hits the newsstands in early March. Features: Ghent Six Days Lindsay Crawford Milan San Remo Basque Cyclocross In Memoriam: Peter Post Stupor Bowl Flip-through soundtrack: "To The Races" by Eric Bachman. Saddle Creek Records.

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              • Sneak Preview - Genre de Vie

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                Short sneak preview of the upcoming full length documentary Genre de Vie Direction; Jorrit Spoelstra and Sven prince D.O.P.: Nanko Goeting Sound: Henk Jelle de Groot and Matt Kemp Editing: Jorrit Spoelstra Sound Edit: Matt Kemp Graphics: almost Modern

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                • TEASER 2 - DOSNOVENTA RUNS NEW YORK CITY 2012

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                  Dosnoventa's trip to New York & Red Hook Criterium 2nd Teaser. Credits Filmmakers: Hector Ferreño, Sergi Castellà. Edit: Xavi Trilla, Sergi Castellà. ArtWork: David A. Turover, Albert Morera de Bes. Thanks to : Sebas Ordinas ( fixthecity and Dosnoventa), Jason Clary, Christian Dominguez, John Prolly, Emi Brown, David Trimble and all Red Hook Crit organization, Chas Christiansen, Alfred Bobe Jr, Tijon Randall, Affinity Shop, Chris Six Nguyen, Takuya Sakamoto, Alex Farioletti, Javon Floyd, Chris Willmore, Dan Chabanov ( to make us believe you can fly on a bicycle ), & Brooklyn WuTang Sons. This report was shot in New York City during last March 2012 and we would like to thank all the people on the video for their hospitality. ............ ............ ............ Segundo Teaser del vídeo de Dosnoventa en su paso por Nueva York y la Red Hook Criterium. Créditos Filmmakers: Hector Ferreño, Sergi Castellà. Edit: Xavi Trilla, Sergi Castellà. ArtWork: David A. Turover, Albert Morera de Bes. Gracias a: Sebas Ordinas ( fixthecity and Dosnoventa), Jason Clary, Christian Dominguez, John Prolly, Emi Brown, David Trimble y toda la organización de Red Hot Crit, Chas Christiansen, Alfred Bobe Jr, Tijon Randall, Affinity Shop, Chris Six Nguyen, Takuya Sakamoto, Alex Farioletti, Javon Floyd, Chris Willmore, Dan Chabanov ( por hacernos creer que se puede volar encima de una bicicleta ), & Brooklyn WuTang Sons. Este reportaje fue grabado en la ciudad de Nueva York durante el pasado mes de marzo 2012 y queremos agradecer a toda la gente que sale en el video su gran acogida que nos dieron al equipo Dosnoventa.

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                  • Gatorade / Ingrid Drexel & Mexico Fixed / Red Hook Criterium

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                    Ingrid Drexel, una de las mejores ciclistas mexicanas de nuestros tiempos; Junto con el club de ciclistas Mexico Fixed viajaron a Nueva York a la carrera Red Hook Criterium. Profesionales y amateurs unidos por Gatorade. Aquí la historia. www.gatorade.com.mx @gatorademex www.mexicofixed.com @mexicofixed ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ingrid Drexel, one of the best mexican professional cyclist of our times; along with Mexico Fixed, amateur cycling club, traveled to New York's Red Hook Criterium, brought together by Gatorade Mexico. Here's the story.

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                    • 2013 Red Hook Criterium Warmup

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                      Shot, directed, and produced by Seth Applebaum and Josh Park. Featuring Kacey Manderfield Lloyd, Alfred Bobe, Evan Murphy, Al Barouh, Gabe Lloyd, and David Trimble For more info www.redhookcrit.com

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