rides

Mexico

Your NYC crib for a Mexican Villa: Bucerias - Sayulita

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The bar buy-back might have departed alongside old favorite NYC dives like the Mars Bar, Max Fish and Trash Bar, but love and loyalty to your local can still have its unexpected rewards.

Cities

Brooklyn

A Saturday in Paradise

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It's Crit week in Brooklyn! To celebrate RHC's 10th year, here is a look at some of our favorite Chalet coverage from over the years.

rides

Hatcher Pass

Climb Home

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New York cyclist and man about town Julian Darwall documents the trials and tribulations of The Hatcher Pass Road Race, an unsanctioned 70 mile dirt road race contested through the wilderness of Alaska.

Cities

Paris

The New French Workman

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We caught up with Kevin Reza in Paris, just before he travelled to San Lorenzo a Mare for his first Giro d’Italia. The 26-year-old native of Puteaux in the suburbs of Paris spoke to us about family and his cycling upbringing; what it’s like being a fresh pro at the Tour de France; being part of France’s next generation decades after its last triumphs; and how to navigate the complexities of leg shaving with the fairer sex.

Cities

New York

Millimeters & Mind Over Matter

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Today, the bike messenger industry in New York City is more than 40 years old. Several-hundred-thousand people—mostly young men, many black or Hispanic—have found employment as cycle couriers in that time. Once, the calling had cachet and glamor; now, it’s a marginal means of subsistence for city living.

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Brooklyn

Ask Becca: Where the messengers at?

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It's the Red Hook Crit today. It used to be chock full of real life bike messengers, vying for the podium. Where are they now? Becca has the answers, Izzy Cohan has the photos.

Cities

Barcelona

Training Ground For A New Yellow Arrow

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Stunning photography by Brazo de Hierro captured the refurbishment and rejuvenation of Barcelona's velodrome in all its detail. Ferran Bartolomé (with translations by Neus Roura) help us explore its past.

People

Medellín

Rubbing Elbows with Rubén Murillo

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For decades, Colombia’s climbers have excelled in the world’s great bicycle races. Less well known is the fact that the country now turns out top track sprinting talent as well. Colombia’s national team is currently anchored by the likes of Fabian Puerta, a 2014 Worlds silver-medalist in the Keirin, and Rubén Murillo, who along with two teammates, rode to a Top 10 finish in the Team Sprint competition at the 2014 Worlds in Cali, Colombia.

Cities

Bogotá - Medellín

Chalet does Colombia: A Family Album

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In preparation for our third print issue, we spent 10 days exploring Bogotá and riding 300 miles to Medellín. This is a behind the scenes look at the trip, from mountain top empanadas to duct taped achilles.