ILE new custom bag option just launched and they’re doing things a bit differently. You can print out a blank bag linesheet and color it in, then scan it in and email it, or simply create your color palette in photoshop. Head over to ILE for more information.
Sean from Team Dream recently visited Garrett at Strawfoot and came across a neat project he’s working on with Oakley. These small tool pouches have a ratcheting wrench and a Crankbrothers tool. They’ll fit in your pocket, or your bag. Unfortunately, these aren’t for sale. Not yet anyway. Hopefully that’ll change!
Check out how the whole thing comes together in this Gif that Sean made.
If there’s one company’s products that have been thoroughly – read “roughly” – tested over here, it’s Topo Designs. From their bags to their apparel, this Colorado brand makes products that take a hefty beating. New to the line this winter are these hefty camp pants. Built to last, built to fit and best of all, built in the USA. While they’re not designed for the bike, I’ve found they still work just fine.
Available in three colors and various sizes now at Topo Designs.
All cops are bastards?
All cabs are bastards?
All couriers are bastards?
Boda Boda NYC and TCB Courier – that’s East Coast and West Coast – have teamed up on a limited run of shirts, designed by Tom Guenther and literally flying off the shelves now. Head on over to TCB Courier to swoop!
Two of my favorite photos from Manual for Speed’s Tour de San Luis coverage are now available as prints. Or, if you prefer, there are posters as well. Either way, your walls could always use a lil more cycling ephemera. Both prints and the posters are in stock at Manual for Speed.
London’s Kinoko Cycles has just received a couple of easy-on-the-eyes Nagasawa track frames in various colours (that’s British for “colors”) for your consumption. Now, whether you want to just look, or buy one, that’s up to you. Either way, check out more at Kinoko.
Cadence’s latest few kits have channeled the spirit of 1970’s Datsuns and other groovy surf mobiles. At least, that’s how I’m interpreting it all. The Conquer kit features an orange, red, yellow pattern and Ritchey sponsor logos, with matching water bottles.
Check out stock now at Cadence.
Paul has responded to your requests and today announced three new thru axle hubs for your off-road bicycle of choice. New to the Paul hub lineup is a standard FHub disc 10 x 100, Fhub disc 15 x 150 for fatbikes and their WORD thru axle hub in 12 x 142. All three are made in Chico, California and in stock now, ready to roll at Paul.
Year after year, Portland’s Speedvagen always produces some of the best looking kits. This year’s design is very straight-forward. The Speedvagen Black Kit features the Speedvagen coat of arms on a mostly-black base and is made by Castelli.
Head over to Speedvagen for pre-ordering now.
As part of the Hoy brand, the former accomplished – to say the least – track racer has teamed up with UK company Vulpine on a line of cycling apparel. Inspired by vintage style, with a modern fit, the Hoy Vulpine line is in stock now online. Or you can see the line in person at the London Bike Show.
Also, that bike is so good!