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How’s a bit of flair to benefit charities for your Friday?
“VYNL Fights is back in time for the Tour de France, this time pairing up with artist Jesse LeDoux for a King of the Mountains pin that will help make sure the mountains remain epic for future generations to enjoy.
Made in the USA, all proceeds from each pin purchased go towards one of five planet-loving charities of your choice: The Sierra Club, 1% For the Planet, The Carbon Fund, The National Forest Foundation or The Environmental Defense Fund”
Scoop one up at VYNL!
I love playful bicycle accessories, especially ones influenced by Japanese culture. Portland Design Works’ newest bottle cage is a side-access cage, made from a single sheet of lightweight 5052 alloy. Cut in the shape of a Maneki-neko (Japanese for “beckoning cat”), known worldwide as the “Lucky Cat.” They’re currently sold out, but you can back-order one from your local PDW dealer.
Now, I’m not one to simply copy and paste press-releases but when I get stoked about a collection like this, I have to include all the details. SWRVE‘s apparel is top notch and some of their goods have made their way into my “can’t live without” list. While I haven’t seen this Combat Wool collection in person, I’m sure it’ll land on that list shortly. Check out the full press-release below, including photos of the goods. (more…)
For fans of the Tour, Oakley just released a commemorative pair of Radar Pace sunglasses, complete with unique Prizm lenses, overlayed with the Tour’s logo. Your local Oakley dealer should have these in stock now, if they don’t you can order them and check out more information at Oakley. For fans of the Jawbreaker, Evzero and Radar Path models, don’t fret, there are special Tour editions of those too.
The Santa Cruz Stimata hasn’t undergone any major changes since its resurrection a few years back but each year it does get two new paint options. This year’s being a deep red and an off-white. Check out build options and specs at Santa Cruz.
Here’s the latest poster from 100 Copies, entitled Going Solo:
“This artwork celebrates the sweet solitude of cycling solo. That feeling when your bike, body and mind flow at one with your surroundings. The figure of a lone cyclist is created using a single, continuous brush stroke, similar to the one-stroke technique used in Chinese calligraphy”
There are still prints in stock now at 100 Copies.
Photos by Ben Frederick
For those of you holding off on buying a VYNL road frameset for a Di2 option, your day has come. After designing the frame with a threaded (T47) BB shell that allows you to run a quality bottom bracket setup and route internal wiring past 30mm crank spindles due to a specially-engineered and machined internal grooves in the shell. VNYL will do this for their cross frameset as well… Check out more of photos of this beautiful frameset below and more details at VYNL.
Mavic’s latest limited release takes an artistic look at an iconic mountain climb – the Col d’Izoard. This climb’s hues and tones is a regular backdrop to the Tour and provides plenty of inspiration for road cyclists worldwide. See the entire Izoard collection at Mavic.
To commemorate their 100th anniversary, Silca has brought back their most notable classic, the Pista Pump. Complete with or without the lux carrying case, this pump is meant to bring you the precision that gave it notoriety at velodromes around the world, at a pricepoint of $125 for the pump or with the Travel Bag for $199. See more at Silca.
Chico artist Matt Loomis created quite the graphic for Paul’s newest shirt and I love it! In stock now at Paul!