Category Archives: Products
Projects like this always pique my interest and tap into my Paypal account:
“Together with Vince at Ponderosa Cyclery in Omaha, I’m excited to announce the launch of a project that is near and dear to both of us, and has been in the works for a while. The Anylander Pannier is a bag system that has been born out of a fondness for the style and function of traditional panniers combined with the need for technology that can handle the rough and tumble lifestyle of a backroads tourist.
As a pack system, we’ve found that we really like the usefulness, versatility, and size of panniers, as opposed to the popular, rack-less “bikepacking” style bag systems. However, when riding the rocky, extremely rough backroads of Western Nebraska, many panniers available do a less than perfect job handling the demands that we put on them. While we have found the durability and simplicity of bikepacking bags to be advantageous in some situations, the extremely stripped down nature of rack-less bags, as well as the detailed “tetris-styled” pack plan necessary to use them cramps our relaxed, easy going, “bring-a-few-luxury-items-if-not-the-entire-kitchen-sink” touring lifestyle.”
Check out the new Anylander Panniers at Onion Velo and pre-order these $325 panniers by hollering at Carl’s Email!
It’s never too late to enter the kit game, especially with two great introductory designs. Check out what Team Too Late’s got to offer at their web shop.
If there is one company that has made our lives easier in terms of gearing options, it’s Wolf Tooth Components. Everything they’ve introduced to the market has been smart, innovative and has opened the door to new, affordable drivetrain systems. It should come as no surprise that the guys behind Wolf Tooth have a few opinions as to how bicycles should be designed, which was the motivation for launching Otso Cycles.
Their introductory framesets are the Voytek, a carbon hardtail and the Warakin, a stainless steel all-road. See more details below and be sure to check out Otso Cycles! (more…)
I still have the wool Strawfoot socks from several years ago and have been nagging Garrett for a long time to make more! These are made in the USA by DeFeet, come in three colors and are in stock now at Strawfoot.
Brown bikes are something special. You don’t see a whole lot of them but when they’re done right, they’re easy on the eyes. Just like this OPEN UP from Above Category. Check out more of this brown beat at AC’s Blog!
Photo by Spencer Harding
Ultra Romance knows a thing or two about bicycle portage and while he always has ideas, sometimes making them a reality is out of his capabilities. That’s why he reached out to Swift Industries to help in the design and fabrication of a new bag design.
Dubbed the Ültraswift Wizard Sleeve bags, these roll top bags can expand to engulf your cargo needs and are available in two sizes: Cavernous (44 liters expanded / 27 liters closed) and Covy Cave (28 liters expanded / 16 liters closed). Like all Swift bags, these are made in Seattle by cyclists!
Head to the Poppi’s Fine Public Restrooms for pre-ordering.
“Venga!” “Hup!” “Allez!” these three words can be heard atop the climbs of many road races worldwide. Manual for Speed’s newest shirts celebrate these timeless chants in three shirts, in stock now at their web shop.
Nao from Tomii Cycles always designs the best paint jobs and products, with the newest being these watermelon caps. Clean, simple and made in Austin, Texas by Rothera.
Scoop one up you can now pre-order these sold out caps at Tomii Cycles today!
Photos by Brenton Salo
The Athletic’s new National Collection doesn’t just celebrate the colors of the American flag, but 38 nations total. Head over to the Athletic’s Journal to read what inspired their new kit and check out their stock while you’re there.
I can’t even count how many bottles of this stuff we’ve consumed over the years. Do your livers a favor and make sure you drink plenty of water and if it happens to be from these new Franco Bicycles Bourbon Bottles, good on ya!