elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true. elementk2:

The Ride - Rodolphe Guenoden


Beautifully true.
“Mountains are not Stadiums where I satisfy my ambition to achieve, they are the cathedrals where I practice my religion.”
— ANATOLI BOUKREEV (via thinknorth)

Climb.

(via thegreatnorthwest)

mrlapadite:

I love Los Angeles

So clean…not like LA.

Hahahaha just because.

Hahahaha just because.

cadenced:

How to deal with abusive motorists…From The System, thanks to London Cycling Campaign for the heads up.

pushpulll:

#Rapharising. Day 1. #vscocam #vscocycling #upness #rapha

(via bicyclesarethebest)

rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real? rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”
*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.


Is this even real?

rollingthoughts:

nubbsgalore:

photos* of and by thomas woodson, joey schusler, and sam seward biking the huayhuash mountain range in the peruvian andes. with a climb to over fifteen thousand feet, the route they planned for had only been completed once before by bicycle. as woodson puts it, riding a bicycle in this terrain at that altitude is “like pushing a wheelbarrow up a staircase while trying to breath through a drinking straw.”

*published in outside, yeticycles and their multimedia feature at bikemag.

Is this even real?

raadselachtig:

Let’s go.
raadselachtig:

Let’s go.
raadselachtig:

Let’s go.
raadselachtig:

Let’s go.
raadselachtig:

Let’s go.
raadselachtig:

Let’s go.
raadselachtig:

Let’s go.