Chrome and REI came together with a selection of contemporary artists and matching them with charities for a custom frame auction. It’s called Frames for Good. The proceeds of each frame will be donated to a charity of each artists’ choosing. The auction begins April 27th at 6:00pm EST to May 7th at 6:00pm EST, so head to Frames for Good to see more.
Summon your own 1.21 gigawatts with the new Lightning Bolt Collection from the Athletic. Featuring caps, socks and jerseys, all featuring their newest pattern. Head to the Athletic to see more.
Search and State celebrates spring with two new limited edition jerseys for men and women. The rainbow camo print is ideal for people looking to add color to their kit and the floral pattern brings a classic print to a cycling jersey. Check out pricing and availability now at Search and State.
If you’re looking for a way to clean up your dropper post remote while offering an easier actuation, check out Wolf Tooth’s ReMote dropper trigger in a new Light Action design. By lengthening the remote’s trigger length, it’s easier to engage your dropper. Available in a variety of clamp designs and in stock now at Wolf Tooth.
Seattle’s Porteur Cycling constructed a run of Tenspeed Hero duffle bags, featuring their signature stripes. These 21in x 12in duffles have interior pockets, an adjustable shoulder strap and are made in Seattle by Porteur Cycling. They’re in stock now at Tenspeed Hero so head over to see more.
These new Pacific and Co socks make for the perfect Merckx Mondays!
Now through May 5th, Breadwinner’s Lolo road bike gets a special edition package dubbed the W/// Sport. This M-series inspired road bike comes with three build kit options, special pricing and a limited edition Portland-made ANTHM Collective wool jersey. Build kits start at $5,190 with a $2,595 deposit. Not bad for a fully custom bike! See more at Breadwinner and check out our 2017 NAHBS coverage from this bike in the related column on the left.
For women, nature breaks can be a real pain when it comes to bib shorts. Velocio’s Fly bibs look to resolve that with a unique design, allowing the bibs to be unzipped and dropped when you’ve gotta go. Check out more information at Velocio. Has anyone tried these?
Does this shirt even need commentary? If you like riding a bit buzzed, swoop at Stay Up! Ride High!
The latest from Fat Chance beckons you to get off those busy paved roads and off onto some dirt. With two wheel size clearance options, a steel Yo Eddy or carbon fork option and plenty of paint choices to make this Chris Cross bike your own. See more at Fat Chance.