Outer Shell Adventure Roll Top Saddle Bag
SaddlePack

Having options for how much space you have in your saddle bag is a good thing, especially when you never know what the weekend’s rides will bring. Outer Shell Adventure makes these clever roll top saddle bags, which can either be tightly tucked under your saddle with just the flat fix essentials, or expanded to carry a vest or a small jacket.

Available in an array of colors and in stock now at Outer Shell Adventure. Also be sure to check out their bikepacking bags!

May 25, 2016 2 comments
What a Great Road Ride!
Mulholland_Topanga-22

This morning we set off to shoot Kyle’s Mr. Pink and ended up doing some of my favorite miles in Los Angeles. More on this tomorrow!

May 24, 2016 1 comment
Ryan Wilson’s New 44 Bikes Olive Drab 27.5+ Bikepacking Rig
OD_Green_RMDUB

When Ryan Wilson @RMDub told me that he was quitting his job to go bikepacking around South America for the unforeseeable future, I was stoked. When he mentioned wanting to do Reportage for the Radavist while he was down there, I couldn’t resist but to get on board. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been helping him put together this 44 Bikes OD green 27.5+ bikepacking rig and Kris just posted completed photos of the frameset. There’s more to come but for now, head to the 44 Bikes Flickr to see more!

May 24, 2016 14 comments
Mission Workshop and Taylor Stitch: Waxed Hauser Pack
MW_TS_pack

As part of their North Coast Collection, Mission Workshop and Taylor Stitch have combined forces to make some incredible articles of clothing and accessories. This round, they took the staple design of the Hauser trail pack and added a waxed canvas outer to it. These limited edition bags are available for pre-order, at a rather large mark-down now at Taylor Stitch. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the North Coast Collection either!

May 24, 2016 2 comments
Blackburn: Wayside Side Entry Bottle Cage
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Got a full suspension MTB but can’t seem to get your bottle into that crammed cage? Or perhaps you’re a shorter rider with a smaller frame, making it hard to access your cages? The Blackburn Wayside side entry bottle cage makes that easier and it can be swapped to both left and right entries. Available in five colors at your local Blackburn dealer today!

May 24, 2016 2 comments
What a Weekend!
Full moon ride!

Weekends this time of year require special planning. As the temperatures rise, the National and local parks will be littered with people, making escapism difficult and privacy impossible. Luckily for us in Southern California, there are enough spots within a couple hours, both by bike and by car, where you can partake in a little R&R, without being overly crowded. (more…)

May 23, 2016 15 comments
Search and Sachs Collection
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Richard Sachs is one of the most unique frame builders of all time. His approach to everything from frame design to branding has withstood time in terms of relevance and his opinions of the cycling industry are always worth the read, ATMO. Being a maker, he is drawn to other makers inside this little world we’ve carved a niche in, resulting in a collaboration with New York’s Search and State. Available now are three items: a jersey and two t-shirts, both complete with SAS / Sachs branding.

Head to House Industries for more.

May 23, 2016 No comments yet
Merckx Mondays with the Cannibal in Culver City
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Photos by Kyle Kelley

Over the years, Eddy Merckx gained notoriety within the world of cycling as the cannibal, a cyclist who would eat his opponents alive on the climb. This mystique was even further amplified as he began racing for Molteni, a sausage company. Soon, Molteni orange would become an icon of cycling’s rich history and to this day, the Cannibal’s legacy lives on.

This history was without a doubt the inspiration behind Culver City’s the Cannibal Beer and Butcher, which began in New York City. Recently, the Cannibal’s new west side digs had a soft opening where their menu items were open for consumption.

Inside this swanky butcher shop, you’ll find musettes, bidons and other cycling accessories mixed in with craft beer and meat. Check out a few more photos below and if you’re in the ‘hood, roll through once they’re open!

The Cannibal Beer and Butcher
8850 Washington Blvd,
Culver City, CA 90232
Hours TBD

(more…)

May 23, 2016 2 comments
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Outer Shell Adventure Roll Top Saddle Bag
SaddlePack

Having options for how much space you have in your saddle bag is a good thing, especially when you never know what the weekend’s rides will bring. Outer Shell Adventure makes these clever roll top saddle bags, which can either be tightly tucked under your saddle with just the flat fix essentials, or expanded to carry a vest or a small jacket.

Available in an array of colors and in stock now at Outer Shell Adventure. Also be sure to check out their bikepacking bags!

May 25, 2016 2 comments
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What a Great Road Ride!
Mulholland_Topanga-22

This morning we set off to shoot Kyle’s Mr. Pink and ended up doing some of my favorite miles in Los Angeles. More on this tomorrow!

May 24, 2016 1 comment
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Ryan Wilson’s New 44 Bikes Olive Drab 27.5+ Bikepacking Rig
OD_Green_RMDUB

When Ryan Wilson @RMDub told me that he was quitting his job to go bikepacking around South America for the unforeseeable future, I was stoked. When he mentioned wanting to do Reportage for the Radavist while he was down there, I couldn’t resist but to get on board. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been helping him put together this 44 Bikes OD green 27.5+ bikepacking rig and Kris just posted completed photos of the frameset. There’s more to come but for now, head to the 44 Bikes Flickr to see more!

May 24, 2016 14 comments
Mission Workshop and Taylor Stitch: Waxed Hauser Pack
MW_TS_pack

As part of their North Coast Collection, Mission Workshop and Taylor Stitch have combined forces to make some incredible articles of clothing and accessories. This round, they took the staple design of the Hauser trail pack and added a waxed canvas outer to it. These limited edition bags are available for pre-order, at a rather large mark-down now at Taylor Stitch. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the North Coast Collection either!

May 24, 2016 2 comments
Blackburn: Wayside Side Entry Bottle Cage
wayside-cage-orange

Got a full suspension MTB but can’t seem to get your bottle into that crammed cage? Or perhaps you’re a shorter rider with a smaller frame, making it hard to access your cages? The Blackburn Wayside side entry bottle cage makes that easier and it can be swapped to both left and right entries. Available in five colors at your local Blackburn dealer today!

May 24, 2016 2 comments
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What a Weekend!
Full moon ride!

Weekends this time of year require special planning. As the temperatures rise, the National and local parks will be littered with people, making escapism difficult and privacy impossible. Luckily for us in Southern California, there are enough spots within a couple hours, both by bike and by car, where you can partake in a little R&R, without being overly crowded. (more…)

May 23, 2016 15 comments
Search and Sachs Collection
search-sachs-t-1-black-black_back

Richard Sachs is one of the most unique frame builders of all time. His approach to everything from frame design to branding has withstood time in terms of relevance and his opinions of the cycling industry are always worth the read, ATMO. Being a maker, he is drawn to other makers inside this little world we’ve carved a niche in, resulting in a collaboration with New York’s Search and State. Available now are three items: a jersey and two t-shirts, both complete with SAS / Sachs branding.

Head to House Industries for more.

May 23, 2016 No comments yet
Merckx Mondays with the Cannibal in Culver City
Cannibal-15


Photos by Kyle Kelley

Over the years, Eddy Merckx gained notoriety within the world of cycling as the cannibal, a cyclist who would eat his opponents alive on the climb. This mystique was even further amplified as he began racing for Molteni, a sausage company. Soon, Molteni orange would become an icon of cycling’s rich history and to this day, the Cannibal’s legacy lives on.

This history was without a doubt the inspiration behind Culver City’s the Cannibal Beer and Butcher, which began in New York City. Recently, the Cannibal’s new west side digs had a soft opening where their menu items were open for consumption.

Inside this swanky butcher shop, you’ll find musettes, bidons and other cycling accessories mixed in with craft beer and meat. Check out a few more photos below and if you’re in the ‘hood, roll through once they’re open!

The Cannibal Beer and Butcher
8850 Washington Blvd,
Culver City, CA 90232
Hours TBD

(more…)

May 23, 2016 2 comments
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Virgin Utah Still Blows My Mind

Freeride mountain biking has a mecca and it’s in southern Utah, just a few miles from Zion National Park. Home of Rampage, this place has seen its share of spills and thrills over the years, welcoming riders year round to its rocky faces and steep drops.

May 23, 2016 3 comments
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