We’re all stoked on the Mr. Pink road bike from All-City and this video showcases a bit of its use. Expect a full review on the Mr. Pink coming later this month!
If you’re gracing Interbike with your presence, we’d like to invite you to the Across Vegas Afterpary! September 16th at Midnight, the Centra Bar at the Luxor. Be there!
Summer’s here in sunny Los Angeles and on today’s ride, Graham decided it was an opportune time to catch some rays… Enjoy the weekend, y’all.
By the way, who knows this spot?
Photos by Kyle Kelley
If you’re in LA and are lookin to get your hair cut, make sure you check out Vinny’s Barber Shop. Why? Because Omar is a righteous dude. Head over to the All-City blog to read up on this stallion of a man and see more of Kyle’s photos!
All-City’s newest cycling kits match the new and improved Mr. Pink road bike. Inspired by all-things pink in cycling, like Eddy Merckx’s Telekom team for instance, the Paglia Rosa kits are available at your local All-City dealer but act quick because word has it, they’re going fast. See more photos at All-City’s Flickr.
Pink is the New Mr. Pink
Photos by Kyle Kelley and words by John Watson
With another successful Saddledrive under their belt, the team at All-City have unveiled their new paint designs for 2016 on their popular platforms with the favorite (in terms of social media clatter) being the new Mr. Pink road bike. Now with an English threaded bottom bracket, a replaceable derailleur hanger, still designed to fit a nice plump tire, fenders and other essential accoutrement, the Mr. Pink is a great all-rounder road bike
Its new paint is reminiscent of the old Eddy Merckx Telekom paint scheme, giving the bike an attitude like the racing frames from the early 90’s. Fit with Sram Rival, built from Columbus Zona and either race or ride-ready, the Mr. Pink is one of All-City’s most popular bikes for good reason.
Available now for pre-order at your local All-City dealer and read up more at All-City!
Head over to Bike Jerks for the full scoop!
I can’t even begin to explain how stoked I am to see this. Turns out, this bike was from last April, a few weeks before the Urban Racer’s launch. So amazing! Head over to the All-City blog to read about this unique customer-customized Nature Boy Zona!
All-City Cycles recently took their popular Sheriff track hubs and re-worked them drastically improving the functionality. All while keeping the original design language. They lightened the axles, removed material at the flanges and topped off the re-design with Japanese manufactured 6902 bearings which roll incredibly fast and smooth while retaining excellent seals for all weather, all-day everyday durability.
The result is a hubset that weighs a mere 432g,198 for the front, and 234 for the rear. This makes it one of the lightest track hubsets in the world, a figure even more impressive when you consider All-City didn’t eliminate the usefulness of a fixed / fixed or fixed / free option as most racing hubs do.
The new Sheriff SL track hubs are available in 28 and 32 hole versions, silver or black, front and rear. See more at All-City Cycles and place an order through your local shop.
All-City’s Junk Yard Dog, or JYD for short, is a do-all, hobo trail cuttin’, curb jibbin, bar or delivery bike, built with burliness in mind. I’ve seen various permutations of this bike floating around in my travels. Some people build it up as a delivery bike with a porteur rack, others a drop-bar monster cross like in Kyle’s case.
Kyle‘s had this frameset for a while now and the potential build always centered around the Salsa Woodchipper 2 bar. Those bars, paired with White Industries, Paul Mini Motos and Bruce Gordon Rock n Road tires results in one mean, yet fun around town bike.
On my last day in Los Angeles, I went on a ride with Kyle (who modeled the new All-City Big Gulp Kit) as we left from our favorite pre-ride spot, Intelli Coffee on Sunset and made our way through bum trails and city overlooks.
Check out photos of the quick jaunt as well as the JYD bike-check in the Gallery!