This Thursday Ass Savers are putting on an exhibition of black and white film photographs from the 1985 Six Day Race in Berlin called Trackside ’85. The photographer, Staffan Jofjell, is a family friend of Ass Savers’ CEO and Co-founder, Staffan Weigel, and the images capture a fantastically interesting look at what was happening on the track, behind the scenes, and at a giant party in the middle of it all. Trackside ’85 kicks off in Berlin on 17 July at Keirin Cycle Culture Café with an opening event featuring vintage track bikes alongside the photos and a talk by Staffan Jofjell.
Back in stock. All colors… The concept of this bell is to let a pedestrian notice that a bicycle is approaching by a gentle sound. In order to avoid dangers, bicycles sometimes take sidewalks instead of bicycle paths. On such occasions, it’s important to be thoughtful of pedestrians. This bell will always have cyclists notice manners. At the same time, it will help pedestrians find a bicycle approaching… So desu ne!!! Made in Japan €7,50