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Full Windsor: The Breaker Tool

Full Windsor is taking their multi tool to new limits and needs the help of Kickstarter:

“Featuring a chain breaker with a tool grade stainless steel pin. The Breaker uses the tool bit extender as a handle, giving you the functionality of a workshop chain breaker in a multi tool. A magnetic tool bit slot is located in the tool’s end allowing the tool to be used like a screw driver. The Breaker is compact and fits nicely into a leather and recycled inner tube pouch. The Breaker is cast from stainless steel using a loss wax casting process and then is tool hardened. It is currently Patent Pending.

The tool weighs just 100g/3.5oz and magnetically houses 2 tool bits inside it’s structure. While the full tool pouch weighs just 185g/ 6.5oz.

The Breaker features:

Chain Breaker with tool hardened stainless steel pin (replaceable)
Glass filled nylon tyre lever with a steel core
Spoke key
3,4,5,6,8mm hex tool bits
Philips head screw driver (PH2)
T25 torx bit
Tool bit extender
Bottle opener
Leather (jet black or burnt brown) and recycled inner tube pouch “

Oct 29, 2014 10 comments
Kona’s New All Road Bike: The Esatto DDL
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For those looking for a disc brake-equipped bike that won’t break the bank but will brake in all conditions, Kona’s got something new in their 2015 offerings. The Esatto DDL is their new “all road” bike. Spec’d to impress with a Shimano 11-speed drivetrain, Mavic Aksium Disc One wheels, TRP calipers and Continental Grand Sport Race 28c tires.

See more at Kona!

Oct 29, 2014 7 comments
Cinelli Rider Collection: Tropicalpus Cap
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Here’s the newest product from the Cinelli artist series:

“Team Cinelli Chrome rider Alfred Bobe’ Jr. and Puerto Rican artist Nepo bring the Carribean flavor for the Rider Collection cap. The creation ‘Tropicalpus’ features Nepo’s grafitti and tattoo influenced illustration style set in the sandy beaches of Puerto Rico.”

See more at Cinelli.

Oct 29, 2014 No comments yet
Sold Out: The Radavist Slipmats
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I’d like to think and hope that a lot of you listen to vinyl, or have always listened to vinyl. If either of those is the case, then check out these new, nifty slipmats. Black logo printed on super dense, somewhat rigid felt (the good stuff), each mat will ship in a padded mailer and easily outlive your tires.

Shipping these is pricier than I’d like, but they’re still $10 Domestic and $15 International. Limited run of 100. Scoop one up below!

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Oct 28, 2014 13 comments
Cinelli: Red Hook Crit Milano Replica Frames
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Rounding out the three commemorative frames from this year’s Red Hook Crit series is this RHC Milano Vigorelli frameset. The finish and design of this one is completely over-the-top. I love all the attention to detail. Made in a short run of 20 frames and available exclusively at Cinelli.

Oct 28, 2014 No comments yet
Manual for Speed: RFTD Space Panda Jersey
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I want to call them crazy, but we already know that. Manual for Speed transcends crazy, like space pandas shooting lasers from their eyes… Kinda like these jerseys, for pre-order now, through November 2nd for a late December, early January delivery.

See more at Manual for Speed.

Oct 28, 2014 11 comments
The Athletic: Redrum Carpet Socks
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If you’re a fan of the Shining, you recognize this pattern off the bat. Portland’s the Athletic pays homage to the man himself, Stanley Kubrick, with some of horror’s most memorable carpet.

Pick up a pair of Redrum socks at the Athletic.

Oct 28, 2014 2 comments
Hermes Sport Wheels in Aluminum and Carbon
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Made in the USA wheels are one of the most requested products I get emailed about. Now with Velocity making rims in the US, it’s easier to piece together your own wheels or look into options like Hermes Sport’s offerings.

Granted, their freehubs are made in Europe and the carbon rims are made overseas, but the alloy clinchers are made in the USA.

For $1995, you can ride the Hermes Sport carbon wheels and $995, the aluminum clinchers. Both are tubeless ready and built by hand, you guessed it, in the USA.

See more at Hermes Sport.

Oct 27, 2014 No comments yet