Inside Line Equipment’s lineup of bags keeps growing by practical leaps. Introducing the ILE Apex Day Pack, a backpack simple enough for your day to day use, yet adaptable for when you need it to do a little more. I love the hydration pack integration! See more at Inside Line Equipment.
Along with their new cycling apparel line, including jackets and vests, this week State Bicycle Co launched their Rider Signature series jerseys, beginning with October and Jason Clary’s design.
Head over to State Bicycle Co to check it all out!
… doesn’t contain this photo – at least I don’t think it does – but it does offer an intimate and eery look at the streets of Portland. He’s got a Kickstarter going right now for Smell the [City of] Roses book. I always love a good photography book, especially from someone as talented as Damian. Even if you don’t want to contribute to the Kickstarter, have a look through his Flickr. I suppose you could flip through those like a book…
I’ve ridden my share of 29’rs and up until recently, I was sold that the Tallboy and Tallboy LTC had the market cornered as far as geometry is concerned. Now, let me say that I’m an enthusiastic reviewer and that can be a double edged sword at times. I’d also note that I don’t particularly like doing reviews, not because they’re not fun, but I couldn’t really care for technical adverbage.
That said, I can tell naunces in geometry and component groups quite well and when something’s good, it’s good. Also, believe me, when it’s bad, it’s bad.
Luckily for me – yay new review bike – I’ve been in absolute love with the new S-Works Stumpjumper FSR EVO 29 – which has been replaced by the standard FSR 29 – and who wouldn’t be? This is a 29’r fans dream bike. Once you strip away the plush, crispness of XX1, the tunability and stability of the Rock Shox PIKE and the Fox Float rear shock, you’re left with one crucial element: geometry…
While a $400 floor pump is more than likely out of your budget, Silca’s $47.50 EOLO III co2 chuck probably lands within your holiday shopping budget. The EOLO III regulator chuck is made in the USA and has three rubber insulator rings ensure damp fingers don’t get stuck while zapping your tubeless tires back to pressure. These rings can be swapped out, using Silca’s $6 pack of multi colored options.
As far as the chuck itself is concerned, it’s damn easy to use and nicely machined.
My only complaint, there are no black insulating rings and while I still think Co2 canisters are extremely wasteful for everyday use, they’re still a necessity for tubeless tires. Overall, the EOLO III is a fun, simple, product that’s easy to use and customizable. Most importantly to me, it’s made in the USA.
See more at Silca!
For 2015, Ritte is doing something a little different with their Crossberg this year with a revamped geometry and yes, disc brakes. All wrapped up in a very Ritte paint job, ready to rip.
Watch out GoPro, Kodak wants its title back. There was a era when Kodak dominated the film market, both in motion and stills. After a few years of shaky news from the company, they’ve slowly made their way back into the video marketplace with their Pixpro camera lineup.
The newest addition being the Pixpro SP360 Action Cam. The SP360 totes a 16-megapixel sensor, Wi-Fi, 10-megapixel photos at 10 fps, 1080p video, motion detection, a time-lapse mode, and all-elements-resistant body.
See more at Kodak.
Tokyo Fixed’s kits are always so nicely balanced with patterns and colors. For autumn this year, they designed some new ones and re-issued some classics in new colors. Check them out at Tokyo Fixed. Hey Jess!
I love OD green and Cadence embraces this color with its roots in the military with the new Marine t-shirt. See more at Cadence, and don’t miss out on all their new products in stock.
I really love what Swift has been producing, especially these small run projects like the Bandito saddle / handlebar bag. It’s a simple solution to tote around random goodies like cameras, food, tubes, clothing, tools and apparently, burritos. Head on over to Swift to see more!