A little throwback to 2008, when Timo Scholz won the Berlin Sixdays with our wheels! Booom Boom! Everyday new pictures around Keirin Berlin! Check us on Instagram here…
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  the new track! At the København six days! Damn Jumbo!!! Check here…
  Nice bicycle paintings by Lucien Jonas, more here…
Edward Hopper’s 1937 Painting “French Six-day Bicycle Rider”
Collect them all… Via MF
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Missed the opening night? The photo-exhibiton about the 1985 Berlin Sixdays will be at the store till August 7th, there will be a finissage with some vino of course!
Starting at 6pm! Kaltet Jubi oder doch nen Berliner!? Wein oder Prosecco? Fritz oder Rixdorfer? Allet da… Check out some amazing photography from the good ol’ 80’s! Prost! trackside85.com
Starting at 6pm, come over and check out Staffan’s pictures of the 1985 Berlin Sixdays and have a drink with us… Info
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.
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Be there… Go Zak! Check…
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Zak Kovalcik. From the streets of Portland to the track of Berlin. Teaser. from Met Board on Vimeo. Looking forward for the whole Interview! Ride hard – Ride safe!
Robert Förstemann, here in the Yellow Jersey at the start of the keirin, set a new record in the standing sprint at the Berliner 6 days, 12,622 seconds for the 250 m that’s 71.3 km/h. Congratulations Robert, nice wheels!
Our favorite track racer Andreas Müller, about to switch with his partner Franco Marvulli, in the “Grosser Jagd” madison race at the Berlin 6-days. 4th place at the moment maybe the winning team?
Check out Portland bike messenger  Zachary Kovalcik going about 80 km/h in the Steher race at the Berlin 6-days. Good luck for the rest of the 6-days mate, and all the best for your career in this unusual discipline. Respect the bicycle courier… Not only on mondays!
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Go and support our friend Zach!!!