Monday, November 8, 2010

Photographs and Wheatpaste's

Next week a few cycling photographs will be on show at the Parzelle 403 space in Basel. A wheatpaste race will also take place in which cyclists can race around Basel hunting for specific wheat pasted artwork, the first one back wins stuff ;)

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Amateur Issue 7 - Seabase vs Stelvio Photo's

A while back I mentioned that I had more photos from Seabase vs Stelvio, well here they are. Grab yourself a copy of The Swiss Magazine 'Amateur' Issue 7 and inside you have the photo's and a piece on Patrick Seabase titled 'On the right Track'

Thursday, October 14, 2010


Motorpacing on a Swiss road Patrick Seabase reaches 83kmph. Below are some behind the scene photos of the action and a clip filmed and edited by Philippe C for //DIY /


Friday, September 17, 2010

Seabase vs Stelvio

Feast your eyes on this outstanding performance of skill on a track bike. Patrick Seabase is the only cyclist in the world I know of who is climbing and bombing mountains in this fashion. Check his new website HERE and this great edit from a recent trip to the Italian alps, cycling the famous Stelvio pass. In early October the Swiss art and culture magazine AMATEUR will have an exclusive feature on Seabase and his Stelvio ride, together with some photographs of the action from my good self. 

SEABASE vs STELVIO from YUHZIMI Ltd. on Vimeo.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Patrick Seabase x Grimsel Switzerland

This Summer has been a lot of fun, I have had the pleasure of joining Swiss cyclist Patrick Seabase on a few mountain rides, documenting what I feel are some truly amazing cycling achievements. I've witnessed sheer determination and guts as he's climbed and then descended alpine passes that would test professional and experienced road cyclists. Averaging speeds of 30-35km per hour over 120 km rides with descents at speeds of 75-80 km per hour, all being done on his own prototype carbon track bike frame with a fixed gear (49/17) ratio. If that was not challenging enough for this inadvertent icon he also rides brake-less. Much more on this will be revealed in Issue 7 of Amateur magazine due out early October, until then here are some photos taken during a recent ride over the famous Grimsel pass.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Swiss summer snaps

As a resident living in the Swiss capitol of Bern it allows for very easy access to some of the most stunning scenery the world has to offer. Roughly about an hour away by train is a quaint mountain village named Kandersteg. Here you can take a 10 mins cable car ride up to the very top of the mountain range and embark on a walk to a magnificent turquoise blue lake named oschinenasee. Below are some ever so slightly PS tweaked, 1960's postcard inspired photographs taken whilst on one of those visits.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


The summer is a hot one, so cool down with some snow snaps I took last winter.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Summer is here!!!

Since the last blog post it's been nonstop fun, which of course is always good. However, no time for blog posts. If you do want to see what is going on in the world of Cutterskink then get on to Facebook (it's quicker and easier) I hope to be posting back on here soon once I have some more time and also when it's not so nice outside. Finally it's summer in Switzerland so i'm spending most days out riding the bike and enjoying the countryside.
Explore and have a great summer peeps :0)