Category Archives: Products
The 333fab Air Land Sea Project Looks Super Rad!

Max from 333fab has been working on this project for a while now. He’s calling the AirLandSea an “all-road/off-road” bike, with clearance for 27.5×2.25″ tires and fenders and all the details you’d expect from a custom bike. Handmade in Seattle, the AirLandSea features artwork by Kyler Martz on a sweet PNW-inspired three-color paint fade, size-specific tubing, and seven stock sizes to cover almost any rider.

The AirLandSea will be produced in a limited run of 20 bikes this fall, available as either a frame and fork or a complete build with a custom Ozette rando bag from Swift Industries and a rugged looking new decaleur designed by Max. Check out a few more photos below, and all the details at 333fab!

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Aug 1, 2017 12 comments
Fairends for Circles Japan

File this as one of those, no, I have no idea if you can buy these caps, but the story is great, product post. Head over to Circles’ blog to read a rough translation from Google about their visit to Montana to see our friends at Fairends.

Aug 1, 2017 1 comment
Search and State: Olive Drab Field Shorts

I’m kind of a shorts hoarder. Each year, as the temperatures warm up so that the option for wearing jeans dissipates, I’m on the hunt for a few shorts options. Search and State’s newest apparel fits right into my wardrobe with these new OD green Field Shorts. Made in NYC and backed by SAS’ relentless pursuit of perfection, these shorts are in stock now at Search and State. Oh and they totally come in black too, don’t fret!

Jul 31, 2017 5 comments
Rich Mitch’s Legends Print Jersey and Cap

How’s this for a Merckx Monday, as well as an homage to all of road cycling’s greatest athletes. No doubt you’ve seen the work of Richard Mitchelson before. He’s now running a pre-order for men’s and women’s jerseys, along with a matching cap, dubbed the Legends collection. Roll on over to Rich’s Webshop for more information!

Jul 31, 2017 1 comment
In Crust We Trust: New Evasion Frameset Pre-Order

If you’ve been holding out for a new touring or randoneurring frame, now’s your chance to pre-order a Crust Evasion. For $975, with two color choices and multiple wheel size and tire combinations, the Evasion is the veritable Swiss Army Knife of tourers. For full specifications and other essential info, head to Crust Bikes.

Jul 27, 2017 24 comments
More On those FBM Ride Endpoint Hunter / Gatherer Frames

“I love all kinds of bikes and different types of riding, but I am never quite sure where any of them will take me. Our latest adventure on wheels at FBM, a bad ass touring frame and fork call the Hunter / Gatherer, was designed in collaboration with our friends at Ride Endpoint and will be built in the FBM Machine Shop. Creating the Hunter / Gatherer was a combined effort of some great people, stoked on bikes, looking to have some fun! We hope you will join us…” — Steve Crandall

I think that’s something we can all get behind. Check out the latest on the Hunter / Gatherer frames at FBM’s blog and yes, you can still pre-order one of these killer bikes at FBM.

Jul 24, 2017 38 comments
The Dark Lord’s Collection at DeFeet

Sometimes, all black is the best. That’s the route Erik Nohlin takes when it comes to socks. As a part of their Bespoke collaboration collection, DeFeet has teamed up with Nohlin to make a run of, you guessed it, all black socks. Check out backing information at DeFeet and check out DeFeet’s interview with Erik below! (more…)

Jul 24, 2017 9 comments
VYNL Fights + Jesse LeDoux KOM Pin for Charity

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!

Jul 21, 2017 8 comments
Portland Design Works’ New Lucky Cat Side Access Bottle Cage

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.

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