- Documentary posts
May7thZak’s racing career began as a courier, competing in local courier races, twice winning the North American Cycle Courier “Track King” title. He segued into racing on the velodrome and worked his way through the ranks quickly.2011 saw Zak winning the Alpenrose Velodrome Challenge points race, the biggest race of the year at his home track, defeating arch rival Jame Carney. At the Fixed Gear Classic in Blaine, MN, Zak and long time madison partner Dan Harm won the madison, competing against long time Six Day pro Franco Marvulli.Zak still works occasionally as a courier, but his main focus is on moving up to the next level in his racing career. His dream until not long ago was racing pro six days in Europe…
In celebration of our collaborative project with Death Spray Custom and Joe McGorty entitled Seven Mile Horizon we are proud to be offering a printed manifestation of the documentary photography by Joe.
We are offering these in 36″x14″ or 20″x 7.5″ Panoramic . Printed on C-type Kodak Metallic paper – this has a rich reflective metallic base and is fully archival. When mounted onto Aluminium it feels like it has been printed into the metal itself.
These are offered unmounted or mounted in both sizes and can be purchased here.
Currently postage is only next day UK but if you are interested and require international shipping, get in touch.
Ryokou follows the journey of Shane Perkins from his home in Adelaide post London Olympics to taking residence in Japan whilst competing in the 2012/13 Keirin competition. The documentary explores the Japanese Keirin as a pivotal part of Shane’s personal and professional growth, in context of some of the major events in his career. The series comprises of 6 episodes which will be released online in early 2013. Looks great and I can’t wait to see them.
I haven’t seen this on any of my usual channels, a great series charting from concept to delivery an Opel car manufacturing collaboration with Fixerati. I’ve just jumped straight in with the ‘Reveal’ episode but be sure to check out the rest. Thanks to Angus for drawing my attention to it. Nice to see Jon hard at work!
I spotted this on Tracko and if you love your road cycling and history it is one not to miss. A documentary about the British legend Tom Simpson.