Nelson Vails’ story is a triumph over almost insurmountable odds. The youngest of 10 children growing up in the Harlem projects, he worked as a New York City bicycle messenger to support his family. At the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, he was thrust onto the world stage where he won the silver medal…
This short documentary is an ode to the thrills and excitement of cycling.
One of the unique features of racing in Australia is the “Wheelrace”. A key feature of the country carnivals, this exciting format pits world champions against club racers in what is otherwise an Australian tradition.
Mark from Cycling Maven put together this hot little piece on the Bendigo Madison.
Defending champions Dan Fitter and Callum Scotson produced one of the best performances in Bendigo International Madison history on Sunday night with a final 30 lap chase to take the win over Europeans, Nick Stoepler and Christian Grassmann.
You get out there onto the track and you race. This is the Maloja Pushbikers’ story of the London Six Day in October 2015 – and beyond.
A track of only 166.67 metres short means short straights and steep banking. This onboard footage from Maloja Pushbiker rider Christian Grasman shows us how quick it can be.
In this documentary, French sprint World Champion François Pervis, he discusses his preparations and experiences of the Japanese Keirin circuit.
The Inaugural Anzac Day Omnium, the inception of Brunswick rider Jordan Thomas, was set to be a big night with what promised to be high quality fields racing over endurance distances. In the elite women’s field, seventeen riders took to the boards, and what ensued was nothing short of hotly contested endurance track racing.
All photos by Con Chronis.