Things Fall Apart
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Sometimes, your wheels get dented or damaged beyond repair. That happened to Kyle while we were riding in Los Angeles back in January on his Stinner Mudfoot cross bike. I liked the way these three photos turned out from the aftermath.

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Apr 14, 2014 26 comments
Linus Bikes: The Libertine
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Ok, imagine the saddle was higher and the bars were lower. Linus’ newest addition to their line, the Libertine is a classic steel road bike with downtube shifters and fenders. Available this spring. See more at Linus.

Apr 14, 2014 5 comments
SOLD OUT: The Radavist Talisman Pocket T-Shirt
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In Elder Futhark, the rune raidō means “ride or journey”. It is the mark of the Radavist. This rune is part of the talisman logo featured on the front pocket. On the rear, the spirit animal of the Radavist, a jackal with a scarred back that walks on its tail and the motto “Rubber Side Up”.

These American Apparel pocket tees were printed using natural discharge ink at Industry Print Shop here in Austin. After a few washes, you won’t even feel where the print was. Make sure you wash them before wearing.

Scoop one up below for $25 + Shipping. Sorry, sold out…

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Apr 13, 2014 5 comments
Bookman Cup Holder

I’m amazed at how simple this new product from Bookman is. Their new Cup Holder has no hardware, it just clips onto your bars and holds a cup of coffee for easy transport. Colors? You bet and yes, it comes in black! Pre-order now at Bookman.

Apr 13, 2014 6 comments
Beat the Clock Cycling & The Radavist: Crash Nationals 2015
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Mark your calendars – get ready – Beat the Clock Cycling and The Radavist will be throwing one hell of an unsanctioned cross race Thursday night before Cross Nationals in Austin. There will be an afterparty, booze, fun times and prizes. More information to come.

If you’re planning on coming to Nationals in Austin, make it a week long event. I’ll make sure to keep you entertained…

Apr 12, 2014 3 comments
Introducing the Cielo Road Racer Disc
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Cielo is on fire this year! All their new frame offerings look incredible. The latest being their newly-announced Road Racer Disc. These new disc-equipped frames feature a Press Fit 30 bottom bracket, tapered fork, lightweight steel tubing, come with a Chris King InSet 8 headset and an ENVE fork for $2,495. See more at Cielo!

Apr 11, 2014 6 comments
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Bookman Cup Holder

I’m amazed at how simple this new product from Bookman is. Their new Cup Holder has no hardware, it just clips onto your bars and holds a cup of coffee for easy transport. Colors? You bet and yes, it comes in black! Pre-order now at Bookman.

Apr 13, 2014 6 comments
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Beat the Clock Cycling & The Radavist: Crash Nationals 2015
BTCposter

Mark your calendars – get ready – Beat the Clock Cycling and The Radavist will be throwing one hell of an unsanctioned cross race Thursday night before Cross Nationals in Austin. There will be an afterparty, booze, fun times and prizes. More information to come.

If you’re planning on coming to Nationals in Austin, make it a week long event. I’ll make sure to keep you entertained…

Apr 12, 2014 3 comments
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Introducing the Cielo Road Racer Disc
RS1293_cielo_road_racer_disc_1-scr

Cielo is on fire this year! All their new frame offerings look incredible. The latest being their newly-announced Road Racer Disc. These new disc-equipped frames feature a Press Fit 30 bottom bracket, tapered fork, lightweight steel tubing, come with a Chris King InSet 8 headset and an ENVE fork for $2,495. See more at Cielo!

Apr 11, 2014 6 comments
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YNOT: Stowaway Camera Bag Insert

Toronto’s YNOT has been working on developing a camera bag line but need a little bit of a boost in production costs, so they’ve opened a Kickstarter. Check out the video above and head over via the link for photos and more information.

Apr 11, 2014 No comments yet
Rubber Side Up Jesse!
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Photo by Sean Talkington

People ask me, “what does rubber side up mean?” – it means, you’ve gotta fall, or at least come close to it, to learn how to control your bike. Sometimes, that means looping out from a wheelie, or cooking a corner well done…

Such a good photo Sean!

Apr 10, 2014 3 comments
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