If you missed out on this year’s custom Grinduro shoe offering from Giro, now’s your chance to get your hands on a pair of these vibrant kicks. Available only in the Code Techlace model, these are available for ordering now from your local shop, or online at Giro.
For those camo lovers out there, and I know there are a few of you, Search and State’s newest jersey takes the “hi and vis” out of hi-vis with their newest jersey, the Patriot. Sewn in New York City and featuring classic camouflage, this re-up won’t last long, so act fast. In stock now at Search and State. Stay tuned for another scavenger hunt next week, LA!
Deluxe Cycles in Brooklyn teamed up with Thrash Stash on a Mystifying Oracle capsule collection. Don’t miss out on this one! Great video, Terry!
Pit boots make all the difference when it comes to attending ‘cross races. Whether you’re working in the pit, spectating, photographing or partying, they keep your feet warm and dry, and once you’re home, you just spray them off to repeat the cycle next week. Speedvagen’s got the pit boots for your ‘cross season, in stock now and ready for mud. Available in multiple sizes and two colors; black and grey.
It’ll fit a 27.5 x 2.4″ tire and where ever your relationship is going, it’ll get there a lot faster on the Hubbuhubbuh Tandem by Rivendell. In typical Rivendell fashion, these bikes have been designed to take on just about anything, but most importantly, to be fun. Check out all the details at Rivendell!
These kits look so good!
“The Squiggle Inverse Jersey. This jersey is fast, cool and micro meshy. Perfect for long days in the sun with yer pals. Designed by local Austin artist (and pal) Will Bryant, the Squiggle King. Will’s colorfully wacky and slightly irreverent designs are splashed all over our fine city. This jersey in white on black captures the core essence of his aesthetic. Check out more of Will Bryant’s work at Willbryant.com. Made by Endo in the USofA making Canadians seethe with jealousy.
Squiggle Bibs. For squiggly fast fashion & titillatingly tight tan lines. Also black, so you can pair with a rainbow assortment of yer clean jerseys when the squiggle top’s in the wash. Designed by local Austin artist (and pal) Will Bryant, the Squiggle King. Will’s colorfully wacky and slightly irreverent designs are splashed all over our fine city. This jersey in white on black captures the core essence of his aesthetic. Check out more of Will Bryant’s work at Willbryant.com. Made by Endo in America, eh? ”
For those looking for a bag that can function as both a camera and a basket randonneur bag, then check out the latest from Outer Shell. These basket bags are meant to fit in a Wald 137 basket, but will also strap to just about any porteur rack. These are all made in the Bay Area and come in a variety of colors or patterns, including camo and leopard. Head over to Outer Shell for more information.
If you’re looking at options for winter riding gear, check out SNĒK Cycling out of Salt Lake City. Their offerings include wool caps, arm and knee warmers, as well as other cycling accessories. All of their apparel is made in the USA as well. Head over to SNĒK to check it out.
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Seconds count when you’re plugging a hole in a tubeless tire. Now you can get to your Dynaplug tool in seconds with these 3D printed handlebar mounts. Choose from two styles, Racer or Universal. Racer fits… Dynaplug Racers! Universal fits most other Dynaplug tools including Micro Pro or Pill, Dynaplug Air (using 16g CO2 cartridge), Megaplugger and Carbon Ultralite. These are made in Chico from high quality ABS Filament and are $9.99. You can scoop one up now at Dynaplug.
All-mountain hardtails are more capable than many would imagine and Commençal’s newest offering looks to be a great offering for those looking to get buck wild. The Meta HT AM can run wither 29″ or 27.5″ wheels, has a 65º HTA and 74º across all four sizes, with pricing that starts at $1,099.00 for the Meta HT AM Origin model. Head to Commençal for more information.