David August Trimble, has been around bikes his whole life. His father designed the first carbon bike back in the early 80′s as part of Trimble Racing. David is an avid racer himself and each year for the past three years he has been celebrating his birthday with his very own bike race. Last [...]
On Sunday, after racing in this years Harlem Skyscraper Classic, David August Trimble took some vibrant detailed photographs that really captured the action of this pro cycling event.
See more of Dave’s photo at his flickr set.
Also J. David Goodman of the NY Times wrote this article on how the race [...]
When aspiring roadie David August Trimble emailed me about needing a press pass to cover the Philadelphia International Championship, I thought maybe he’d written to the Velonews by mistake. I mean this is the blog were I rant about cops giving tickets to cyclists not something as prestigious as one of America’s premiere cycling [...]
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 [...]
Coming up this weekend, Saturday March 28th, David August Trimble will be hosting the Redhook (Brooklyn) Criterium. This will be an exciting night race bringing together two cycling worlds…the alleycat track rider and the roadie (although I believe this race is Track Bikes only) In my ongoing quest to profile our bike community I [...]