Cycling Connects

José Prendin Costa | Curitiba, Brazil 🇧🇷

Tell us a little bit about yourself:

My name is José Prendin and I'm a 22-year-old urban cyclist in love with photography and with the fixed gear culture. I like experiencing new things and feeling the city in its essence. Whether it's the traffic behavior or people themselves, everything happens simultaneously. I like fish 'n' chips (all my friends are well aware of it) and I use my track bike for everything. I've been taking pictures for a long time now, but...

Chris Yang | Taipei, Taiwan 🇹🇼


Chris Yang is an avid urban cyclist who is very passionate about track bikes and fixed gear tricks, he is also founder of Track or Trick, a group who share the same passion as him. Probably you already watched one of his badass videos on the world wide web, short clips developed very meticulously that often takes months to see the light. Ultimately, for him, filming is very strong way to show and share his idea about cycling and keep the good vibes burning up.

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PALU Bicycles | London, UK 🇬🇧


Palu performance bicycles was founded by Alberto Battaglia in the heart of Italian cycling, Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza where he grew up competing alongside current professional riders. Being a regular competitor and passionate cyclist, allowed him to develop a broad knowledge of brands, components and details which make a great bicycle. The passion for cycling is the drive behind Palu and the aim is to make high quality cycling products available worldwide to promote the sport of cycling.

Sammi Runnels | Austin, TX, USA 🇺🇸

Type of cycling: Bike Courier, Cyclocross racer, Mountain biker, Roadie, Fixed Gear rider

What inspired you to start racing?: In Austin we have a weekly crit series from March till October called The Driveway Series. I started going out on my fix gear. I use to watch my friend Mike race. I thought it looked really fun so i bought my first road bike and a helmet. I trained for about a month and then started racing, the rest is history.

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Tomas Ledesma | Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷

Thomas Ledesma | 17 nov. 1995

Type of Cycling: Road and track

Tell us a little about the cycling culture in Buenos Aires: In Buenos Aires the cycling culture is enormous, as the Capital City of Argentina it has people from many places. Is a big city where you can find every type of cycling well connected with each other and nowadays, the bicycle is more common as a way of transportation, as well as a professional matter. Road cycling and MTB has their own power here from many...