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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Cinelli BOOTLEG Tour d'Afrique 2013 - Hobo

Cinelli BOOTLEG Tour d'Afrique 2013 - Hobo from CINELLI-BOOTLEG on Vimeo.
Hobo is a totally new steel frame bicycle, engineered and equipped for off-road rides on long distances, already proving itself along the adventurous 12.000 kilometres of the 2013 Tour d’Afrique. TdA is a world renowned endurance-race, now in its 11th edition. What better way for the hobo to announce itself to the world than with 3 distinguished Cinelli riders blazing across the African terrain.
Chas Christiansen, 100% pure San Francisco and one of the top riders of the Cinelli Mash Team, an iconic figure of the fixed-gear culture, always on the highest steps of Criteriums, Alleycats and Cyclo-Cross Single-Speed races podiums.
Lucas Brunelle, native of Boston, is an established filmmaker who introduced a unique first-person filming technique in cycling races thanks to his great riding skills and the innovative helmet-integrated camera-system. Lucas is responsible for filming and reporting the most extreme race contests all over the globe for more than ten years.
Dario Toso couldn’t miss out, designer and explorer of the contemporary and long-time ambassador of the “Bootleg State of Mind”.


Valerie said...

It has always been my dream to be part of a bootleg or just any bike racing or event. But I'm having a problem with my knee joint that's why I'm always hesitant to joint. This is why I always take joint supplements for support.

BicycleFriends said...

Valerie, it could be you need to see a pro bike fitter. I had knee issues and ended up adjusting my crank length and cleat positions.

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