Ass Savers’ mini, foldable fenders are meant to give your kit a barrier from mud or road grime in a pinch. Now, their popular design includes a “Flip Tip”, allowing the fender to lock into the saddle rails for a more accurate hold. Check out more at Ass Savers!
Kyle has been busy cranking out more Drawcord Handlebar bags and he’s just restocked them. Make sure you make a note for the camera insert if you’re going to use it for a camera bag.
San Francisco-based ORNOT teamed up with local artist and all around rad dude Chris McNally on a bag collection, made by Rickshaw bags in the Bay Area. The two bags, a Macgyver tool bag and a Bar Bag feature artwork by McNally inspired by California. Both are in stock now at ORNOT.
The OPEN UP is one of the most unique bikes on the market and now, it has a sibling. OPEN introduced the U.P.P.E.R. this week, a sportier, racier frame with flat mount disc, a different layup, which makes it lighter and a stealthier color. Yes, the U.P.P.E.R. is the meaner, leaner version of the UP but is not replacing its predecessor. It also features a new fork, the U-Turn. Find out more at OPEN!
What is the Wangaaa Kit? You’ll have to head over to All-City to find out!
This is the third layout of the Radavist 2017 Calendar, entitled “Babylon Rider” Shot with a Leica M240 and a 35mm f2 Summicron lens in the Hollywood Hills, California
Some say the climb to the top in Hollywood is almost impossible. Cyclists beg to differ…
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The mobile background this month features Zion National Park. Click here to download February’s Mobile Wallpaper.
Made from 100% cotton Japanese Loop Terry and featuring a locking Riri zipper, these new Search and State pullovers are far from your average sweatshirt. I will admit, posting a $145 sweatshirt feels weird, but knowing Search and State’s apparel, it’s gonna be worth it. Head to SAS for more information.
These jerseys Team Dream designed to commemorate Circles Japan’s 10th anniversary came out great! Getting your hands on one might be a bit of a challenge, but we can all dream, right?
When I used to live in New York, a common bicycle travel hack I’d use were these portfolio cases from Chinatown. They were awesome for flying with a road, track or ‘cross bike but required you to take almost your entire bike apart. Small bike travel bags are great. You can sometimes sneak them on board for less than the bicycle check fee and you don’t have to lug around a big case or box through airports. Using what they’ve learned over the past few years of traveling with bikes around the globe, Mash contact San Diego’s Jandd to build a bicycle travel bag based on their design input. These bags will fit a road, track or ‘cross bike. Perhaps even an S&S tourer, but I’ve yet to confirm that. They’re in stock now at Mash, so if your interest is piqued, like mine is, head over there to check them out.
While Summer’s a way out still, these Tomii Cycles watermelon caps are good year round. If you can get your hands on one. Made in Austin, Texas by Rothera Caps. They’re back in stock now, so head to Tomii to swoop!