The Mash and Cinelli Work Frames are Now Shipping
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Whether you’re into messengering, street fixed gear races or even singlespeed cyclocross, the new Mash Work Frames will fit the bill. Born on the streets and trails of SF, the Work Frame’s versatility is its most shining asset. As Mash’s first steel frame with Cinelli, the Work Frames were born from Chas Christiansen’s idea to have one frame to rule them all. Rather than painting the frames, Mash went with a raw, with a clear powdercoat, which will most definately patina over time with heavy use. These frames are spaced at 100mm and 120mm, with clearances for a 35mm tire and an english threaded bottom bracket.

The Work Frames are in stock now at Mash for $875.

Jul 29, 2015 7 comments
44 Bikes: Julie’s White and Green Huntsman ‘Cross
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Julie got her 44 Bikes Hunstman (huntswoman?) last winter and built it up this spring. Kris from 44 had never seen it complete until recently, when she allowed him to photograph it. As far as ‘cross bikes are concerned, this might be one of the slickest to ever grace this website. The white paint, juxtaposed with the sour apple green is so attractive. Also, those Ashima Ai2 rotors look amazing on this bike, especially with the sour apple Chris King R45 disc hubs.

See more drool-worthy ‘cross goodness at the 44 Bikes Flickr.

Jul 28, 2015 2 comments
Kitsbow: Mens All Mountain Glove
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I’m sorry old gloves. You were my favorites for so long. I wore you every day on the trails and while you’re perfectly fine, there are these new gloves in town. They’re just. So. Pretty. So pretty that I want to go over my bars into limestone with them just to see how they look a bit beaten up. So pretty that they match two, no three of my bikes. So pretty that I might just have to put you back in the drawer for when I inevitably lose one of them in the near future.

See just how pretty the new Kitsbow All Mountain Gloves are for yourself.

Jul 28, 2015 1 comment
Turner Bikes Introduces the Cyclosys Disc ‘Cross Bike
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With an ever-increasing popularity of the sport, many mountain bike companies have ventured into cyclocross bikes in the past few years. For David Turner, owner and founder of Turner Bikes, his personal race rig prototype has finally hit the public market. David has spent the past five years designing the ideal ‘cross bike. One that can take on everything from hour-long races to day-long “all-road” rides. The Cyclosys is the brand’s first non-suspension bike, ever.

As an introductory offer, Turner is selling the Cyclosys with a custom Powder-coat color finish as a free upgrade option to the First 50 Pre-Orders and a free upgrade to Stans Carbon Valor wheels to the first 25 pre-orders. Have yours in time for ‘cross season, in the color you want, with race-ready wheels…

See more information at Turner and more photos below.

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Jul 28, 2015 2 comments
Bike Jerks: 10 Fucking Years Cycling Caps
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Bike Jerks celebrates 10 years on the ‘net this year and to commemorate their decade online, they teamed up with Minneapolis cap maker Hammerbone on a small run of caps. There are only 25 available, so if you’re a fan, swoop asap. Head over to Bike Jerks for more.

Jul 28, 2015 No comments yet
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44 Bikes: Julie’s White and Green Huntsman ‘Cross
Huntsman_03

Julie got her 44 Bikes Hunstman (huntswoman?) last winter and built it up this spring. Kris from 44 had never seen it complete until recently, when she allowed him to photograph it. As far as ‘cross bikes are concerned, this might be one of the slickest to ever grace this website. The white paint, juxtaposed with the sour apple green is so attractive. Also, those Ashima Ai2 rotors look amazing on this bike, especially with the sour apple Chris King R45 disc hubs.

See more drool-worthy ‘cross goodness at the 44 Bikes Flickr.

Jul 28, 2015 2 comments
Kitsbow: Mens All Mountain Glove
light_black_glove_front_hero

I’m sorry old gloves. You were my favorites for so long. I wore you every day on the trails and while you’re perfectly fine, there are these new gloves in town. They’re just. So. Pretty. So pretty that I want to go over my bars into limestone with them just to see how they look a bit beaten up. So pretty that they match two, no three of my bikes. So pretty that I might just have to put you back in the drawer for when I inevitably lose one of them in the near future.

See just how pretty the new Kitsbow All Mountain Gloves are for yourself.

Jul 28, 2015 1 comment
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Turner Bikes Introduces the Cyclosys Disc ‘Cross Bike
cyclosys-matte-black-driveside_3621

With an ever-increasing popularity of the sport, many mountain bike companies have ventured into cyclocross bikes in the past few years. For David Turner, owner and founder of Turner Bikes, his personal race rig prototype has finally hit the public market. David has spent the past five years designing the ideal ‘cross bike. One that can take on everything from hour-long races to day-long “all-road” rides. The Cyclosys is the brand’s first non-suspension bike, ever.

As an introductory offer, Turner is selling the Cyclosys with a custom Powder-coat color finish as a free upgrade option to the First 50 Pre-Orders and a free upgrade to Stans Carbon Valor wheels to the first 25 pre-orders. Have yours in time for ‘cross season, in the color you want, with race-ready wheels…

See more information at Turner and more photos below.

(more…)

Jul 28, 2015 2 comments
Bike Jerks: 10 Fucking Years Cycling Caps
BikeJerks10yrcap

Bike Jerks celebrates 10 years on the ‘net this year and to commemorate their decade online, they teamed up with Minneapolis cap maker Hammerbone on a small run of caps. There are only 25 available, so if you’re a fan, swoop asap. Head over to Bike Jerks for more.

Jul 28, 2015 No comments yet
Swift Industries: Bike the Kasbah in SF Tomorrow
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This looks like a great way to spend a Wednesday night in SF, brought to you by Swift Industries and Huckleberry Bicycles:

Salsa Cycles takes you around the world with the launch of their new word touring bike, we’re excited to be one of the first to carry it but it’s a secret! You will just have to join us to see what all the fuss is about.

And Swift Industries cooks up amazing camp food to fuel the ride with taste testing, cooking demonstrations and different stove and food options. Moroccan food and drinks will be provided along with great music.”

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Jul 28, 2015 No comments yet
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Hardbreakers Went From Budapest to Istanbul

13 brave souls from Hardbreakers rode 1,640 km across Europe from Budapest to Istanbul on fixed gears with vehicle support. Loaded or not, this is not an easy route, as the video illustrates. Looks like a fun ride guys!

Jul 28, 2015 1 comment
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