Lofoten - Adventures in the Arctic f

So you have that sinking feeling after the Tour de France? What do I do now?

Firstly, check out the link below for a recap from Issue 1 of the Lofoten ride in Norway with Trasé. They are a few pictures that you have not seen before as we did not have the space to publish all the fantastic content.

Secondly, finish reading Issue 3 and get ready for Issue 4 coming out @ 15 August.

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Madness, beer and Alp d'Huez f

In Issue 0 of Conquista we put together a little feature on our beer fuelled odyssey on the Alp d’Huez climb with several thousand other revellers. In case you missed it, here are some of those images.

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99percentinvisible:


A noble proposition to redesign the boarding pass
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99percentinvisible:


A noble proposition to redesign the boarding pass
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The Giro d’Italia is a majestic race and Tino Pohlmann has captured this beauty in a series of photographs which we will feature in Issue 4 of Conquista due out on 15 August.

We are very lucky to show you this beautiful work from Tino. Take a look at the selection of images on our blog. Click the link below

http://conquista.cc/blog/2014/6/4/captured-becomes-pink-by-tino-pohlmann-at-the-giro-ditalia

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aswisswithapulse:

Broom wagon made in China. Stay tuned for more from an epic 200km+ ride north of Beijing

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Kirschner Brasil

Lovely
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Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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200
Aperture
f/2.8
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1/800th
Focal Length
50mm

Few people realize that road superstar Peter Sagan got his start in mountain biking. In 2009, he was teammates with Marco Fontana on the Cannondale Factory Racing team.

This past winter, Peter and Marco reconnected on familiar trails aboard the all-new Cannondale F-Si cross country race hardtail.

Filmed and Edited by Matt Dennison

Balkan is a new typeface system that consists of Latin and Cyrillic scripts. The use of Latin and Cyrillic typifies the former Yugoslavian countries, today Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro.

The Balkan typeface system is a series of fonts that decodes Latin and Cyrillic; it demystifies, depoliticizes and reconciles them for the sake of education, tolerance, and above all, communication. Though Balkan is a ”font” in the usual sense, it is also capable of translating Croatian Latin into Serbian Cyrillic and vice versa. One could therefore think of it as educational software capable of reconciling discrete scripts. Project was made in collaboration with Nikola Djurek and is available at Typonine.

(via typographie)

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velominati:

It appears to me that there are two principle types of competitive energies: one which burns by a flame borne of a desire to become the best and one of a desire to be better than others.

http://bit.ly/SgcjIP

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