LENGTH OF SWEDEN is an endurance ride documentary—following Erik Nohlin, Rita Jett and Kristian Hallberg on the Sverigetempot randonée along the endless, monotonously spine of sparsely populated Scandinavia.

After multiple screenings and a little festival tour we are pleased to finally see LENGTH OF SWEDEN available on Vimeo on demand. Your support in form of a slim rental fee allows us to keep the project alive, help us fund public screenings and plan cycling related documentaries with the glorious adventure team at Specialized in the future.



Duralumin was developed by the German metallurgist Alfred Wilm at Dürener Metallwerke AG. In 1903, Wilm discovered that after quenching, an aluminium alloy containing 4% copper would slowly harden when left at room temperature for several days. Further improvements led to the introduction of duralumin in 1909.[1] The name is obsolete today, and mainly used in popular science to describe the Al-Cu alloy system, or ’2000′ series, as designated by the International Alloy Designation System (IADS) originally created in 1970 by the Aluminum Association.

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Victoire Cycles | Roger’s Victoire Versus

Check out Victoire Cycles latest video about a Versus gravel bike they made for an Australian client.

For our first video, we wanted to highlight the client experience. The bikes we present in Our Creations section show it, a Victoire bike is the result of a common thinking with the client, combining his experience as a cyclist with our technical skills. Discussing the project, taking measurement, selecting the tubing, designing the geometry and at last building the bike are many steps that require great attention. – Victoire Cycles