Tag Archives: Photo Rhetoric

Photo Rhetoric Returns For 2015

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As we continue the ramp to the 2015 season, we’re pleased to announce that once again Photo Rhetoric – also known as team rider Matthew Vandivort – will be returning as one of Team Sixcycle’s sponsors in the new year, providing imagery of the team throughout the course of the season. Whether its documenting a team ride that wound up as ... Read More »

Saturday Coffee Cruise

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A Photo Rhetoric photo series   Read More »

January 2014: Month in Review

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As New York City cyclists we have another four weeks of training to bear until the 2014 season opens with a CRCA race in Central Park. So with no racing to write about (and a good chunk of our roster fleeing winter in NYC for riding on the West Coast) we take a quick look back at the first month ... Read More »

Providence Cyclocross Festival Video

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Team Sixcycle-RK&O’s Matthew Vandivort and Roger Parmelee recently made the trip to Providence, Rhode Island for the Providence Cyclocross Festival, returning home after a successful weekend of racing with this video, published on Photo Rhetoric. For more from Photo Rhetoric on the Providence Cyclocross Festival: FACES OF PROVIDENCE http://photorhetoric.com/faces/providence/ PROVIDENCE RACE TYPOLOGY http://photorhetoric.com/race-typology/providence-cyclocross-festival/ Video by Read More »

Anatomy of a catalog cover

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For the past two years Team Sixcycle-RK&O has been proud to partner with Photo Rhetoric on all things photography related.  This partnership has led to some incredible images (including “Zero Visibility” and “Louisville 2013″), a worldwide ad on CyclingNews.com and now the squad on the front and rear covers of the 2014 Litespeed catalog (link here). Matthew Vandivort, from Photo Rhetoric, discusses the background ... Read More »

Devils Kitchen Frozen Over: A Photo Set

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Ahead of the Tour of the Battenkill Team Sixcyle-RK&O spent a long Easter weekend training in the Catskills, including the long climb up Devils Kitchen. Photos from a cold and cloudy weekend in the mountains, including plenty of climbing, courtesy of Team Sixcycle-RK&O’s Photo Rhetoric: Photos by: Read More »