Follow up with David August Trimble

After getting a good healthy buzz off of Gothamist and the NY Times I thought it would only be fitting to follow up with David August Trimble and find his personal insights to the Redhook Criterium. I asked him the following questions: Who won? (race results) Only 7 riders finished on the lead lap […]

Bike Blog of the week-Austin Texas

So for our bike blogger of the week we feature: Andrew “Dancakes” Stevens of

This originally started as a Monster Track profile for an out-of-towner, but Andrew wasn’t able to make it to race. But he has been kind to share his thoughts with me about the scene going on in Texas.


Bikeblognyc in the NY Times…again.

Hey I got a mention in the Times. Nice. A Brooklyn Bike Race Worthy of James Dean In the Red Hook Criterium, cyclists rode 16 laps of a route on city streets, without any brakes. photo by: Casey Kelbaugh for The New York Times article by: Colin Moynihan Published: March 29, 2009

The old […]

Movie time again

Sit back and watch some movies from around the globe of Track Bike Love: A day with Tanner Monmaney from Honolulu, Hawaii’s Aloha Fixed. Tanner for Aloha Fixed from ALOHA FIXED on Vimeo. San Francisco and Scali*Wags “Human Traffic” Trailer #1 from Scali*wag Productions on Vimeo. Austin Texas A Taste of The Toast from […]

Video from 2009 Red Hook Crit.

Words about last nights Crit.

Words from Dave August about last nights Red Hook Criterium:

Amazing Night. I owe many thanks to the following:

Al Barouh (Race Director). He ran a tight ship. Amazing diplomacy skills with the police. He calmly and respectively handled the pre race negotiations. Al had to give the same spiel to about 5 different […]

April is coming…events, events, events

So another month of great bike events. APRIL. First off…Steve “pops” Kleins, old classic april fools race.

I promise to have a full schedule of events coming soon.

More with the legend

Buffalo Bill is the real deal in the worldwide messenger scene. here he is in a photo by Andy Zalan, in 1994. Bill has been posting his old school messenger zine (where moving target all started) online at flickr. Check out this blast from the past linked at his website. […]

Cinelli and RVCA, present Pressure.-Video from-June, 2008.

SoCal art & lifestyle clothing company RVCA in conjunction with renowned cycling company CINELLI have announced a collaborative cycling art project, “Pressure.” Featuring an array of Cinelli bikes built and designed by such modern artists as Barry McGee, Ashley Macomber, Clare Rojas, C.R. Stecyk III, Dan Murphy, DMOTE, Jesse Geller, Josh Lazcano, KAWS, Madsaki, […]

BikeBlogger interview series continues.

In the second installment of my bike blogger “old school zine style” interview (where I send people questions) we travel to London and meet Bill Chidley, otherwise known as Buffalo Bill. (image from original printed zine back in 1991) Bill’s has been writing the Moving Target Zine blog for years, long before it was […]