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

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May 23, 2016 2 comments
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
Ladies Only! Bikepacking Golden Saddle Sunday Social Tonight
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Hey ladies of Los Angeles!

“Join us for Bikepacking: Camp with your Bicycle. It’s our third installment of Sunday Social, a series of women’s events at Golden Saddle Cyclery. Come hang out, have a drink, and meet some other ladies who ride. This time around, Jocelyn Gaudi of Komorebi Cycling Team from Portland, Oregon will walk us through bikepacking basics and share her experiences as a mountain bike skills teacher and bikepacking ride leader. There will be a short talk and plenty of time to socialize with friends, check out some gear, and ask questions. You’ll learn about bag and rack options for carrying stuff on your bike, what to bring, plus tips and tricks for packing light and staying safe. Beginners welcome! Women only please. Bring your own cup for beverages. See you at the shop!”

May 22, 2016 No comments yet
Please! It Can’t Be True!
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How is this the first I’m hearing of True Temper ceasing production on tubing?!

“True Temper stunned the North American custom bicycle frame building industry recently with the announcement it will discontinue bicycle tubing manufacture within the next 12 months. The May 9 announcement will have far reaching consequences for builders as well as the exclusive True Temper bicycle tubing supplier, Henry James, which had come to rely on the high quality US-manufactured tubing over the past 30 years.”

Read more at Hand Built Bicycle News.

May 19, 2016 33 comments
Car Camping in Style
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Yesterday, we drove up to the Bandito campground in the Angeles National Forest with Salsa Cycles, Topanga Creek Outpost and Golden Saddle Cyclery for a quick camping trip and mountain bike ride(s). It was a short overnighter but that didn’t keep David, one of the mechanics at GSC from bringing his vintage Campagnolo banner he uses as a sun shade for his van… Meanwhile, I took the scenic route home.

May 18, 2016 5 comments
Jen in Stealth Mode
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@JennySayYes is always making me laugh, especially when she told me the backstory to this photoshoot for the new Stealth kit. Tenspeed Hero‘s shoots are always so good, but they’re even better when you know the model. Keep killing it girl!

May 18, 2016 4 comments
Brooks Celebrates 150 Years
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… with a limited edition run of polished copper rail and rivet saddles. Oh and one of those Pickwick Rucksacks too. See all the details at Brooks and order any of these products at your local Brooks dealer!

May 18, 2016 No comments yet
JPows and the Sandpit

Jeremy Powers is no stranger to riding sandpits in UCI ‘cross races, yet he still has a love / hate relationship with each and every one.

May 18, 2016 4 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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Ladies Only! Bikepacking Golden Saddle Sunday Social Tonight
Bikepacking-flyer2000w

Hey ladies of Los Angeles!

“Join us for Bikepacking: Camp with your Bicycle. It’s our third installment of Sunday Social, a series of women’s events at Golden Saddle Cyclery. Come hang out, have a drink, and meet some other ladies who ride. This time around, Jocelyn Gaudi of Komorebi Cycling Team from Portland, Oregon will walk us through bikepacking basics and share her experiences as a mountain bike skills teacher and bikepacking ride leader. There will be a short talk and plenty of time to socialize with friends, check out some gear, and ask questions. You’ll learn about bag and rack options for carrying stuff on your bike, what to bring, plus tips and tricks for packing light and staying safe. Beginners welcome! Women only please. Bring your own cup for beverages. See you at the shop!”

May 22, 2016 No comments yet
Please! It Can’t Be True!
True

How is this the first I’m hearing of True Temper ceasing production on tubing?!

“True Temper stunned the North American custom bicycle frame building industry recently with the announcement it will discontinue bicycle tubing manufacture within the next 12 months. The May 9 announcement will have far reaching consequences for builders as well as the exclusive True Temper bicycle tubing supplier, Henry James, which had come to rely on the high quality US-manufactured tubing over the past 30 years.”

Read more at Hand Built Bicycle News.

May 19, 2016 33 comments
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Car Camping in Style
LEICAM-478

Yesterday, we drove up to the Bandito campground in the Angeles National Forest with Salsa Cycles, Topanga Creek Outpost and Golden Saddle Cyclery for a quick camping trip and mountain bike ride(s). It was a short overnighter but that didn’t keep David, one of the mechanics at GSC from bringing his vintage Campagnolo banner he uses as a sun shade for his van… Meanwhile, I took the scenic route home.

May 18, 2016 5 comments
Jen in Stealth Mode
Jenny

@JennySayYes is always making me laugh, especially when she told me the backstory to this photoshoot for the new Stealth kit. Tenspeed Hero‘s shoots are always so good, but they’re even better when you know the model. Keep killing it girl!

May 18, 2016 4 comments
Brooks Celebrates 150 Years
Swallow_PickWick

… with a limited edition run of polished copper rail and rivet saddles. Oh and one of those Pickwick Rucksacks too. See all the details at Brooks and order any of these products at your local Brooks dealer!

May 18, 2016 No comments yet
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JPows and the Sandpit

Jeremy Powers is no stranger to riding sandpits in UCI ‘cross races, yet he still has a love / hate relationship with each and every one.

May 18, 2016 4 comments
Frankie Andreu and the Cub House

Yesterday before our group ride to watch the Amgen Tour of California, Frankie Andreu rolled through the Cub House to talk to Sean of Team Dream / Ringtail / The Cub House about riding in the Los Angeles area.

May 17, 2016 5 comments
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