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To commemorate the forthcoming Solstice weekend and the Swift Campout worldwide event, Swift Industries has released two special edition bags. Made in Seattle, the Swift Campout Paloma handlebar bag and Swift Campout Zeitgeist saddle bag are now in stock at Swift.
You don’t have to buy anything to take part in the Swift Campout weekend! Head over and see how you can sign up.
Amsterdam-based Wit Industries recently collaborated with Cinelli on one of their Fender Bender collapsable fenders. Made in house, at a local printed in Holland, these are now available at the Cinelli Winged Store.
Pre-order is closed. Thanks!
After emails, comments and other forms of social media buzz, we’re opening up the super simple, very classy and essential Discharged Kit for pre-order. Pricing is $125 for a men’s or women’s jersey, $145 for the bibs and $35 for the Radavist / Rubber Side Up arm warmers (If you’re looking for the Raido / Algiz warmers, they were a one-time run. Sorry!). This pre-order is open until Monday, June 15th. Hopefully, we’ll have these ready and out the door by mid-July.
These are all made in downtown Los Angeles by Endo Customs. They’re race-fit, so check the sizing chart before ordering. Check out the PRE-ORDER, more product photos and sizing chart below.
The ladies of LA Sweat mean business. Their throwback 80’s kit looks rad, their attitudes are rad, results are rad and this photoshoot with Manual for Speed is, you guess it: RAD. Read all about LA Sweat at Manual for Speed and pre-order their kick-ass kit at their web shop!
“LA Sweat was formed by the need to infuse a little more estrogen into the male-dominated, testosterone-soaked sport of cycling without sacrificing speed and style.”
I know it’s easy to geek out about ever piece of tech apparel brands like Mission Workshop develop and eventually put to market. I say “eventually” because sometimes it takes a while to make sure it’s ready. Take this Softshell Faroe Pullover for example. I’ve been wearing one since January and it’s safe to say it’s almost all I wear when I’m riding in an environment that demands it. That ranges from sunny days in the New Zealand mountains, where I want to keep the sun off my arms and neck, or a misty mountain hop in the Angeles Crest. Even here in Austin, with our hit-or-miss rainy spring weather.
This one garment has been put through the ringer and it’s still kicking. It’s lightweight (220g) and is constructed using Swiss-made Schoeller®-Dryskin fabric with Nanosphere® water repellent treatment. Schoeller is like the titanium of the fabric industry. What can’t it do? Camping, mountain biking, road cycling, touring, bike packing, its applications are endless.
Check out more at Mission Workshop and yeah, it might not be for everyone, but believe me when I say it’s one of my favorite pieces ever made from the brand. I’ll be taking it with me to Banff this week!
Got a pair of shit wheels kicking around on your 27.5 or 29’r? Tired of using a spanner to remove dents from your rims? Well, Pacenti wants you to trade those wheels in for a pair of their brand-spankin’ new MTB wheels. It’s easy. How easy? Send them your old used and abused Stan’s, Easton, or Mavic MTB wheels for a brand new pair of Pacentis and save 50% (Continental USA only). Head over to Pacenti to find out how in 5 easy steps and check out their wheel line at their web shop. Seriously, this is such a good idea. New wheels for $300 USD?!
After all the requests, I’ve decided to open up the Radavist Discharged Kit for pre-order tomorrow. It’ll run for only a week and should be delivered by the beginning of July. You’ll be able to order bibs, arm warmers and the jersey all separately, or all together. Hopefully this quells everyone’s need for an all-black kit and as always, thanks for the support.
The pre-order will open tomorrow at noon CST and will be open all week, until Monday, the 15th.
Continuing with the creativity, David at Death Spray Custom just released the third installment of the Deadly Sin Fork Collection with Gluttony. All you cupcake and donut fans will love this one. Man, these are looking so good. Check out more at Death Spray Custom.
A 2015 NAHBS favorite has finally landed online. The No 22 Bicycles Reactor road bike caught my attention this year at the show and still to this day makes me feel all adulterated with lust. Clean, minimal lines, custom hardware and a stance unmatched in the current production frame world. That’s my opinion anyway… Form your own opinion at No 22 and see more photos below.
Out of all the patterns and designs Search and State could have printed for their first non-solid color jersey, they chose Hawaiian. You can’t go wrong with that. Bring some summer shakka vibes to your road ride with the new Aloha S1 riding jersey. In stock now at Search and State.