Built and bred with either ‘cross racing or dirt road riding in mind, the new DSS3 from the UK’s Donhou Bicycles pushes new geometry design, with versatility in mind. Built from a mix of Columbus and Reynolds tubing, with customized paint, geometry and build kit options. Check out all the details and more photos below and see more at Donhou Bicycles.
For those living in extra wet environments, the D.FENDER has made a leap from your mountain bike, onto your dirty road bike. The D.FENDER is made in the USA and designed to minimize spray. These are made for both rigid forks and the LAUF Grit and they’re in stock now at D.FENDER.
Bombtrack is listening. They’re listening to their customers, their racers and the riders who want more from their bikepacking rigs. The BEYOND+ ADV 29+ takes everything learned over the years and pushes new boundaries with SRAM’s GX Eagle, a new, custom carbon fork and clearance for the chubbiest 29+ tires. Check out all the details below and holler at your local Bombtrack dealer for ordering.
Got stinky shoes, to go with your stinky kit and maybe some stinky cheese for a snack? Well, the High Above Lost Lake Duffel might be for you…
Thanksgiving is a time to bring community together and help out any way possible. This year, we wanted to do something for one our local Southern California Native American tribes, the Haramokngna. Along with the Mount Wilson Bicycling Association, we made an homage water bottle to the popular “Red Box” area on Mount Wilson. Red Box is one of the few places in the San Gabriels that offers shade and most importantly, a place to fill up your bottles at a spigot. This area is marked by a beautiful red box, painted with Haramokngna petroglyphs and designs, from which it gets its name.
On the weekends, the Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center is open, serving cold sodas and snacks. Just about every cyclist in the Los Angeles area has been through this oasis, either on their road or mountain bike and has benefitted in some way from the Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center’s services.
We’re selling these bottles, exclusively at Golden Saddle Cyclery, alongside MWBA with all proceeds donated to the Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center. Stop by and pick one up and know your money is going to a solid cause.
Shred local, spend local! This is great, Tenspeed Hero!
I first bought the Kitsbow Icon in 2014 and out of all my apparel, both on and off the bike, it’s become a staple. As soon as the temps drop, it becomes my go-to mountain bike or bike touring jacket. I’ve taken spills, experienced thrills and everything in between with it. It’s a true example of a heritage piece, in a modern world where everything is disposable. Made in the USA from Oregon-made Pendleton wool with Schoeller®-shape 3XDRY abrasion panels and built to last.
My point is, the Kitsbow Icon is the best flannel I’ve ever owned and there’s nothing I’d change about it. Kitsbow agrees, although they do offer new colors each year… The Icon is back in stock at Kitsbow.
These features were added in the V2 Icon:
NEW Increased opening of cuffs to accommodate a watch
NEW Improved coverage of patches
NEW Improved articulation of shoulder vents (and made sure they don’t pooch out)
NEW Added some reflectivity for night safety
The latest from 100 Copies evokes the emotions of riding in mountains. Sealed or dirt, it’s never easy, but the rewards are just a few more cranks ahead. See more of this beautiful print, now for sale in limited quantities – 100 to be exact – at 100 Copies!
Swift’s Zeitgeist Saddle Bag is a new take on the classic British touring saddlebag, and this special edition is made from XPac VX21, to help make this bag super-lightweight and durable. The Hinterland Zeitgeist weighs in at 12oz, shaving over a quarter pound off of Swift’s standard Zeitgeist Saddle Bags and is in stock now at Swift Industries!
All-City has teamed up with the Women’s Bicycle Messenger Association on a limited edition cycling cap. This is for an amazing cause and for more information on the project, continue reading below. (more…)