A couple months ago I did a shoot with Trek for their FX bike series. I love how the video came out. Go check it out!
I’ve been doing this bonedeth thing for four years and six months. Give or take a few days. In that time I’ve had a few ideas about stuff I wanted to put out into the world. So now I’m doing that. Starting with this lousy t-shirt. Which is about bike racing.
This shirt was printed by Out of Line Press
And another thing… I’m starting to coaching people (not joking). My rates are reasonable (really). I’d love to work with NYC locals but I’m not picky. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
This post is kind of a big deal for me and feels like a turning point for bonedeth. So you’re probably going to hear more about all of this in the near future. Especially the tshirts which I hope you like.
Old road bikes, wool jerseys, leather
CycloFemme x Rapha Recon Ride
Rode to Croton Dam in Westchester, NY this weekend. Such an amazing route.
Dirt roads, great company, no cars, no rules.
Cannot wait until May 11th for the CycloFemme ride.
Plan on shooting some film and making a small series on that ride, so stay tuned!
By nearly any account, you could say 2013 was difficult, but pride mixed with neverending resolve to look on the bright side kept me moving forward. I think it’s time, for me to reflect, and also celebrate. One year ago today, I got the news from my doctor after countless scans, blood draws,…
So happy this girl is cancer free!
…obviously have to gif it, too.
Fabian Cancellara is my forever bike crush.
Red Hook Crit, 2014
It was a rainy mess
nycbikecommuter said: I have to explore red hook for a school project. Do you have any ideas of interesting things to photograph there?
The piers down by Fairway are pretty interesting. There is a little museum boat that is open to the public and some great views of the statue of liberty and staten island.
Defontes (Columbia and Luquer) is a little sandwich shop that famous in Red Hook. It just got a new paint job and is very NY Italian inside.
There is a building with a big “R” on it that is iconic Red Hook material.
You can get a good view of it around Delevan and Richards.
The neighborhood is still pretty industrial and in repair from the hurricane, but there is a lot of good gritty old architecture and some interesting graffiti.
The Rapha Women’s 100 Launch Party was a huge success. I was so incredibly surprised by amount of women (and a few dudes) who came out to learn more about women’s cycling in NYC!
Had a ton of newbies come out for the ride on Sunday. It was a lot of fun to take it slow and teach some ladies about drafting, gearing, and group ride etiquette.
It is always nice to see hard work come into fruition. Leading these rides started as an impulse decision and now they are starting to evolve into something I’m really proud of.
Thanks as always to Rapha for supporting the growth of women’s cycling.