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Jay Mark Johnson @ CicLAvia

Jay Mark Johnson
Another great reason to attend the April 6th edition of CicLAvia is this installation by Jay Mark Johnson. This is sponsored by MOPLA (Month of Photography, Los Angeles), and is taking place in front of 5900 Wilshire Boulevard.

In conjunction with the April 6th CicLAvia’s bicycle route of Wilshire Boulvard and with support of the Miracle Mile Chamber, join us for a featured photographic installation by celebrated Los Angeles Artist, Jay Mark Johnson, in front of 5900 Wilshire building. The photographic installation will showcase images of cycling cultures from Los Angeles and Siem Reap, in celebration of the global, cultural interchange and MOPLA’s 2014 theme of Communites + Cultures: Focus on Asia.

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In two weeks time, the 2014 edition of Paris-Roubaix will be underway. For me, this is the true beginning of the cycling season, and one of my favorite races. I’ll be at Sea Otter during the race, so I hope someone will have a TV tuned in. The photo credit is © / A.S.O. / B.Bade.

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Stanridge Cycles

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This is a pretty cool project from Stanridge Cycles, and it will be raced at the Red Hook Crit this coming Saturday, the 29th.

Ohio based Stanridge Cycles is excited to announce the arrival of Katie Arnold to the team as it heads into it’s 3rd season competing in the Red Hook Crit Series. Arnold will join previous Red Hook winner and Cat 1/Pro, Evan Murphy at the start line in NYC this weekend.

This years Red Hook Crit program began in October of last year while in Shoreditch, London visiting Deathspray Custom. Ben Eine’s work on Mother London caught the eye of Stanridge Cycles Owner Adam Eldridge. After returning to the states Ben was contacted and it was on. Ben hand painted both frames for the event.

This year Enve Composites, Paul Components and Vittoria Tires have joined as new team sponsors while Endo Custom remains as the jersey maker. Riders will use a variation of the iconic Stanridge HSP MkII (pictured) during the series to showcase a team that competes at the highest level of fixed crit racing.

“I enjoy creating bikes for this series. Having these frames used under race conditions means much more to me than hanging them on display at a bike show. They’ll get beat up, scratched and used which is perfectly fine with me”. – Adam Eldridge, Owner of Stanridge Cycles.

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