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This is not Brooklyn, this is Dresden: U-Lock Justice Crew

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Dresden is definitely not Brooklyn. The city is bang on the cusp of the German-Czech border and to the east are the Instagram-friendly Saxon Switzerland hills – as a result, it’s got a pretty small fixed gear scene. But U-Lock Justice Crew host the crit ‘This is not Brooklyn’, which …

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Jack Dowle: starting East London Fixed and growing the community

In Interviews, London by Claire

Jack Dowle’s worked in a handful of London’s top bike shops and was one of the co-founding members of East London Fixed four years ago, wanting to grow the fixed gear scene and make new friends. I asked him about himself, his bikes and ELF. He’s usually getting lost bumping …

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Stay Alive Studio’s Courier Collection: ‘I want people to realise they’re important’

In Interviews, New York by Claire

Cordell Murray is Stay Alive Studio. With his photography project, he wants to show you what’s inside a messenger’s bag – but it’s about a bit more than that. Courier turned dispatcher, he’s following a desire to make people feel important and connected. The project shows different couriers from different …

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Shardy Nieves on Track or Die NYC: ‘the balls to the wall wildest shit you’ve ever done’

In Interviews, New York by Claire

Track or Die NYC was born from a group of friends riding together, with Shardy Nieves documenting it through his photography. Then it took off and turned into something really big. Now, six years later, ToD hold a stack of tough, weird and boozy yearly events and are a solid …

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David Trimble: the evolution of Red Hook Crit and how he spends his birthday now

In Interviews, London, New York by Claire

David Trimble started the Red Hook Crit in Brooklyn as a birthday party. It marked a change in fixed gear racing. Ten years later it’s now hundreds of riders deep. He’s surprised there’s still the intense love for it. As it comes to London for its third year, I asked …

ClaireDavid Trimble: the evolution of Red Hook Crit and how he spends his birthday now