It's no secret - we love photo shoots here at Tribe. We love them because we get to collaborate with some of the coolest, most talented riders and photographers from New York City. Most recently we went out on two separate journeys with Brooklyn-based photographer Patrick Kolts - needless to say, it was awesome.
First we biked over to Bushwick for a quick coffee at AP Cafe, next we zipped over the Williamsburg Bridge to capture some scenic shots of the city, then met up with local rider Ryan (@Johnssonyc) to dip and weave through some traffic, rode back to Brooklyn to soak up the sun in Red Hook, and finished day watching the sun set over Manhattan from Brooklyn Bridge Park. Phew, what a day!
Here are some of our favorite photos from the shoot. Enjoy!
Cranksets are one of the main components in the bicycle drivetrain system. They turn the energy your legs create into the motion that drives the bicycle forward (or also backwards in the case of fixed gear bikes). A chainring has a certain amount of teeth noted in the specs. For example, 44 or 46 or 48 t or teeth. So what do these numbers mean and how does it affect me when biking?