If you’re looking for a way to spice up your cockpit, then check out Stinner Frameworks’ new painted top caps. Each is designed and painted in-house at their shop in Santa Barbara, feature four designs and are $15 a piece. Head over to Stinner to scoop one up.
For those looking for one of the David Millar CHPT 3 Brooks Cambium saddles, Above Category has the only stock currently and the good news is, they’re selling them online for $220. The Cambium C13 shell uses an all-rubber construction with an organic cotton cover, and it’s there that CHPT3 has applied its special aesthetic touch – the striking OneMoreLap data pattern shared with many other pieces in the line.
See more information at Above Category.
For fans of the Jones H-Bar that are looking for a bit of rise to accomodate a more upright riding position, look no further. The SG 2.5 Loop H-Bar has a 2.5″ inch rise, allowing you to either remove your spacers or go even higher up. Personally, I think this bar looks great, see more for yourself at Jones.
Inspired by the Break-Away Carbon Road and Mount Cross, the new Outback Break-Away gives riders the stopping power of disc brakes, with clearances for larger tires and a road bike geometry, ideal for taking on long days on mixed terrain. These framesets are the epitome of Ritchey’s design ethos, in a modern, lightweight and practical package. I’ve seen one in person and the construction alone merits the pricepoint, which comes in around $3,150. You can see more details at Ritchey.
Photos by Jesse Carmody
Team Dream’s newest drop is here, just in time for their new retail space, the Cub House to be opened, so if you’re in Los Angeles, swing through to check it out in person, or head to the Team Dream online store to browse the selection. Lookin’ good, fellas!
These clever bags strap into your Wald 137 basket, utilize a zipper for closure and can be removed easily. You can even use an optional over-the-shoulder strap for transport. The Sugar Loaf bags are 11.5 L, come in three colors, inspired by the Pacific Northwest, weigh about a pound and are in stock now at Swift Industries.
After this weekend’s Floyd’s of Los Angeles ride, I kept thinking to myself, we need more tandems! Handsome Cycles has created a Kickstarter campaign entitled “Ride More Together,” to raise money for people who may not be able to afford the Pillion, their new tandem model. The goal of this campaign is to be able to provide tandems to people who would otherwise not be able to ride a bike, specifically the blind. Handsome has partnered with the Vision Loss Resources of Minnesota to ride with blind students, so if you’d like to support this effort, check out their new Kickstarter.
Kitsbow makes high-quality cycling apparel in the US, yet at a price. A $150 merino sweatshirt might seem like a lot of money, but as I’ve found over the years with Kitsbow, it’ll be the best you’ll ever own and will last for years. While not every thing in their catalog is for me, I can spot their new classics a mile away. This Front Range Merino Sweatshirt will be a fall and winter trail staple!
Photos by Julio Bustamante
This project with DeFeet is fully funded now, but they’re still taking pre-orders on the “Howdy Cacti” pack. Each order comes with three socks, one peace sign, one devil horns and one middle finger sock. Mix and match these depending on your mood! Head over to DeFeet to pre-order your size, this is the ONLY run we’re doing with these.
One of our favorite Strawfoot product is back in stock, in two new colors. These ‘Poison Oak’ hats now come in tan and natural, or off-white. These are made in the USA and in stock now at Strawfoot.