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Out of the box the fitted fenders mean that bad weather is no longer a reason to stay indoors. The rear rack mounts also mean that adding panniers for longer touring rides is easily done.

If your ride takes in some steeper climbs the compact crankset and Shimano cassette Audax Sometimes you just want to take off on a longer ride, to explore new roads, discover new places and simply to relax and enjoy the ride. This is where the Audax comes in, with a less aggressive and more relaxed touring style geometry the ride is comfortable yet lively enough to keep you grinning from ear to ear. Painted in a metallic white, with polished rear stays to show off the brazed dropouts the Audax has more of a custom handmade look that is guaranteed to turn a few heads.

You can make more out of the descents thanks to the DT Swiss R24 wheelset and the Continental 28c tires that keep rolling resistance to a minimum. FRAME: full crmo frame, with heat treated front triangle, incl. When we heard our friend Marc was planning a bikepacking trip from Istanbul to Tehran, we knew that would be the perfect test for our new adventure-touring bike.

Photos: Joachim Rosenlund Where are you based and how old are you? In June I cycled from Cologne to Istanbul and back again. My plan was to fly back to Germany from Istanbul, but when I arrived in Istanbul it felt kind of wrong to take the easy way home. So I decided to turn around and cycle back to Cologne.

In the end I rode km, covering Did you have a special preparation for this trip? After a while your body and legs get used to riding longer distances. The everyday riding is the best training there is In my opinion, the biggest challenge for a longer solo bicycle trip lies in your head. You have to spend day after day with yourself and your thoughts. You really need to be able to enjoy — as well as to cope with being alone. How did you manage the change in languages, were you able to communicate with locals ok?

Sometimes the only chance to interact with the locals is in sign language. After some chit-chat, they warmed up and we drank a beer together Iran was quite an experience, not many are able to speak English there once you get off the beaten track , but the locals are so helpful and they really want to interact with you.

They often call everybody they know to find someone who can speak English to translate. Which countries did you cross, and what was your impression of them? I cycled through Turkey, Georgia, Armenia and Iran. The major impression in all four countries was the amazing hospitality and friendliness, and the diversity of the landscapes and nature. It started in Turkey with chai tea for free at almost every stop I made.

In Georgia it was the incredible nature, with an enormous diversity for such a small country In Armenia the people are unbelievably friendly and curious - sometimes people would pay for your groceries or give you little gifts - resistance futile! The country also has spectacular nature, especially around Seevan Lake.

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Iran is a country where even the police stop you just so they can invits you for a cup of tea! If you want to feel like a famous person, come to Iran! Most of the time I slept in my tent, just somewhere wild.

Often in really beautiful surroundings but also next to highways, behind petrol stations etc Sometimes I asked people if I could sleep on their property, which often lead to a free breakfast. When it was raining for days, and my clothes and myself needed to dry, or if my clothes and I needed a wash longest time without a shower: 7 days I spent a night at a hostel, a homestead, or very seldom a hotel.

In Iran random people invite you to stay at their house and to be their guests - almost every day, and on most days, several times! What was your nicest experience you had during your journey? I had many great experiences during my Trip. In Armenia I made a quick stop to refill my water bottles. At the stop, there were these mean looking soldiers refilling the watertanks of their trucks.

It had been quite a tough day with a km ride, so I decided to ask the kids if they knew a place where I could camp for the night. Suddenly it started to rain quite heavily, so I just put my tent up on the soccer field and slipped in. After a while an old lady came, woke me up and gave me cheese, bread and homemade wine.

For breakfast!!! In Iran I was setting up camp under some trees on a patch of land, when two young guys came to say hello. I asked if it was ok for me to camp there and they said yes.

We shook hands and they went off. After about 20min, they came back with a thermos flask with tea, a cup and sugar, plus a water melon. They gave me the stuff and went off again. I had some tea, ate the water melon and went off to bed.

What was the average daily distance you were doing? In average I did around km per day, with an average of meters of climbing every day!

The toughest day was the ride to, and up, the Georgian military highway to the Russian border How do you manage to take so much time out, what do you do for a living? Travelling is a big part of my life and I do everything to see the world and make it a bit smaller. Traveling really opens your mind and connects people from different nations. It sounds like there was some real diverstity in the kind of terrain you were riding over, how did you go about choose your equipment for the trip?

I just start and see how it goes, talk to locals or other travellers about routes, roads, places etc. I chose a one person, 3-season tent, weighing only 1,2 kilos, which can withstand heavy rain and strong winds. Finding the right sleeping bag is not easy too hot, too cold But one of the most important things to me is the sleeping mat.

I tried a few until I found the perfect one for me. I have a multi-fuel stove that burns with more or less anything. What about your bike, did you modify it in any way for the trip, or keep it pretty much standard?

I only changed or added a few parts to make it suit my specific needs. I added a time trial bar for a more relaxed position in heavy head winds and for long, flat and straight roads. I also changed the tires as I needed something better suited for road and hard-pack riding.

I really liked the handlebar, it gives the possibility to ride in lots of different positions and it gives you a lot of control on difficult downhill patches with a rough surface. I also really liked the original setup of the drive train. The gear ratio was just perfect, both for climbing tough mountains, even fully loaded, and going high-speed on straight flat roads. Another great feature on the bike is, to have the possibility to mount up to 5 bottle cages!

Where do you think the bike feels best? Climbing, rolling dusty gravel, long tarmac-paved roads? In my opinion the bike is great on all surfaces and for all conditions - it can take anything you throw at it! You can ride it very fast on paved roads and on gravel. In Iran the roads are in really good conditions, the asphalt is perfect. When out in remote locations having tough and durable equipment is essential, so for this reason the Beyond uses the SRAM X7 rear derailleur, which is renowned for smooth Beyond When the lure of a journey into the wilderness takes hold, then the Beyond is the tool to make the journey happen.

In order to offer as many carrier options as possible the Beyond features front and rear rack mounts, as well as a total of five bottle cages.

The lower top tube makes mounting the fully loaded bike much easier and the taller head tube provides a more comfortable riding position. In order to keep the shoulders from getting tired the handle bar is designed to offer as many hand positions as possible as well as the option for mounting an aerobar.

The DT Swiss X wheelset is tough enough for the more rugged off-road trails, without being too heavy when on smoother roads. In order to give the maximum traction possible the WTB Nano 2. As you look closer at the Oxbridge you start to pick out details that set it apart from the crowd, like the embossing on the handlebar and saddle, the subtle logos on the hubs and stem. For the Oxbridge is available in either a deep black with a metallic brown flake, or a classic British racing metallic green, both of which use a double clear coat for a glossier and more durable finish.

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I asked if it was ok for me to camp there and they said yes. We shook hands and they went off. After about 20min, they came back with a thermos flask with tea, a cup and sugar, plus a water melon. They gave me the stuff and went off again. I had some tea, ate the water melon and went off to bed.

What was the average daily distance you were doing? In average I did around km per day, with an average of meters of climbing every day!

The toughest day was the ride to, and up, the Georgian military highway to the Russian border How do you manage to take so much time out, what do you do for a living? Travelling is a big part of my life and I do everything to see the world and make it a bit smaller.

Traveling really opens your mind and connects people from different nations. It sounds like there was some real diverstity in the kind of terrain you were riding over, how did you go about choose your equipment for the trip?

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I just start and see how it goes, talk to locals or other travellers about routes, roads, places etc. I chose a one person, 3-season tent, weighing only 1,2 kilos, which can withstand heavy rain and strong winds.

Finding the right sleeping bag is not easy too hot, too cold But one of the most important things to me is the sleeping mat.

I tried a few until I found the perfect one for me. I have a multi-fuel stove that burns with more or less anything.

What about your bike, did you modify it in any way for the trip, or keep it pretty much standard? I only changed or added a few parts to make it suit my specific needs. I added a time trial bar for a more relaxed position in heavy head winds and for long, flat and straight roads.

I also changed the tires as I needed something better suited for road and hard-pack riding. I really liked the handlebar, it gives the possibility to ride in lots of different positions and it gives you a lot of control on difficult downhill patches with a rough surface. I also really liked the original setup of the drive train. The gear ratio was just perfect, both for climbing tough mountains, even fully loaded, and going high-speed on straight flat roads.

Another great feature on the bike is, to have the possibility to mount up to 5 bottle cages! Where do you think the bike feels best? Climbing, rolling dusty gravel, long tarmac-paved roads?

In my opinion the bike is great on all surfaces and for all conditions - it can take anything you throw at it! You can ride it very fast on paved roads and on gravel. In Iran the roads are in really good conditions, the asphalt is perfect.

When out in remote locations having tough and durable equipment is essential, so for this reason the Beyond uses the SRAM X7 rear derailleur, which is renowned for smooth Beyond When the lure of a journey into the wilderness takes hold, then the Beyond is the tool to make the journey happen. In order to offer as many carrier options as possible the Beyond features front and rear rack mounts, as well as a total of five bottle cages. The lower top tube makes mounting the fully loaded bike much easier and the taller head tube provides a more comfortable riding position.

In order to keep the shoulders from getting tired the handle bar is designed to offer as many hand positions as possible as well as the option for mounting an aerobar. The DT Swiss X wheelset is tough enough for the more rugged off-road trails, without being too heavy when on smoother roads. In order to give the maximum traction possible the WTB Nano 2. As you look closer at the Oxbridge you start to pick out details that set it apart from the crowd, like the embossing on the handlebar and saddle, the subtle logos on the hubs and stem.

For the Oxbridge is available in either a deep black with a metallic brown flake, or a classic British racing metallic green, both of which use a double clear coat for a glossier and more durable finish. Thanks to the high quality sealed bearings in the hubs, the wheels glide effortlessly making the most out of every turn of the cranks.

Thanks to the drop bar, there are a few more options for hand positions meaning a little extra comfort on longer rides. The frame also features bottle cage and rack mounts, so a longer weekend excursion is no problem now.

To carry on the theme of old meets new, the Oxbridge uses a downtube shifter paired up to a Shimano Tiagra 10 speed derailleur. This old meets new approach means the classic looks are once again combined with modern engineering.

A rear rack can also be easily added thanks to the mounting points on the seat stays and dropout. The alloy fenders are also painted to match the bike and add some all weather use, so combined with the rack the Trinity really a daily companion.

Trinity The Trinity is all about riding in style, with its clean lines, vivid colours, polished parts, matching saddle and grips all giving the bike a timeless look. This bike is designed in a classic style Mixte frame, with the twin top tubes being split at the seat tube, as they connect the dropout to the head tube.

This makes the frame very strong, and the ride more stable as a result.

The slim tubing is built around a geometry that strikes a balance between being fun and sporty yet comfortable to ride. Both the front and rear hubs are laced into 28 hole double walled alloy rims that can take the sometimes harsh life of urban riding. Thanks to the thirtysix hole, double wall rims, the wheels can also take the daily knocks that come with urban riding.

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Divide The Divide has always been part urban commuter and part fixed gear freestyle, this blend of personalities gave the bike a diverse appeal.

At the core of the bike is still the tough and dependable crmo tubed frame. The geometry of a steeper head tube and a shorter chain stay gives the bike its characteristic nimble feel.

For there is a little more comfort designed into the geometry with longer head tube lengths to give a little more upright riding position. With the bike set up as a single speed the need for better braking comes about, and this is addressed through an under-mounted mini V-brake on the seat stays. The brake mounts and cable guides are all fully removable so the bike can be kept looking clean if setup as a brakeless fixed gear bike.

Jason Sellers is a photographer whose work has helped establish, and continues to define the identity of Bombtrack. Well, actually shooting bikes is also only a part of my usual work, although it is one of the most important ones.

My further focus is on Lifestyle in general, mainly Fashion but also documenting stuff. As they enjoyed a good reputation at the core of urban fixed gear I was lucky to get in contact with the main and most known protagonists and who I was able to shoot photos for. Thereby my sphere of action increased immediately, loads of travel and adventures all connected to bicycles.

What is the special attraction of shooting within the bicycle scene and are you specialized to a certain segment of cycling? The special appeal for me is documenting not only the moment of a certain race or any event I am attending but also everything that is surrounding it. Very often these are actually the special moments I am looking for, showing those people and their bikes during their preparation or documenting their emotions during and after the race, or event.

Are you riding bikes yourself — and if, did you come to cycling through your photography or did you came to shoot by biking? For fours years I am riding far more seriously than I ever did before, not limited to any certain niche but all kind of cycling, depending on the options available at that moment. How and when did your cooperation with Bombtrack start?

This mainly happened through my work for Zontrac. The brand shared the same central European distributor with Bombtrack. One day before we had to shoot I received a call from Bombtrack to see if I could take some photos for their catalogue too.

Ever since then, our relationship has grown and we have been continuously working together. Thanks guys for your support and the rad time so far! How does your work for Bombtrack differ from your usual jobs?

Is that something you enjoy? I personally welcome my travels a lot as I gives me the possibilities to travel the world and discover various cultures and its people.

As cycling is the way to experience a city in its most intensive traits its always great to see that perspective. Even without any bike relation travelling in general is a very important component for a complete life, in my opinion. Which special moments from a trip or photo shoot have been most memorable for you?

But like I said, I enjoy being on any kind of trip, with whatever kind of riding it happens to be. That was a real highlight for me, but also traveling to the Red Hook Crit races is turning into a regular thing for me, and I love to be at those events too. Where as in a lot of my usual jobs like editorials for magazines, fashion and lifestyle jobs, I have stricter guidelines and less room for own interpretation.

Plus I just love shooting cycling related things.

What equipment do you typically shoot with?It sounds like there was some real diverstity in the kind of terrain you were riding over, how did you go about choose your equipment for the trip? It helps reduce dryness, leaving the scalp feeling clean and soothed.

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