Victor from Archive Bags posted up these new stickers to his web shop. That’s a great design! Scoop some here.
As a small business owner, it’s not easy to get out and ride every day. Victor owns and operates Archive Bags and as a gift to himself this year, he ordered a Raphael Cycles cross bike, strictly for off-road action in GGP. A couple weeks back, he spent the afternoon with Six, who posted up a bunch of photos on his Flickr. Checkem out! That’s a great looking bike Victor.
One of the acquisitions we made while in LA was this Tracko x Archive Tote. Being from Phoenix, Lauren absolutely loves Native American prints and the Pendleton wool panel is the perfect accent for this limited edition tote. It matches her Tokyo Fixed porteur perfectly, doesn’t it?
Thanks to Victor and Kyle for making such rad bags. If you’d fancy one of these bags, hit up Archive Bags.
Victor from Archive Bags has been making these for Kyle from Tracko / GSC for some time now. No design is the same and they’re each constructed using high-quality cordura, with Pendleton paneling. I shot these photos for Kyle last night and they’re all available for sale at Tracko.
It doesn’t take a lot to classy up a stock build, or even a frameset. Especially when it comes to a Surly. These “do anything” bikes are great. Throw some dirt drops, barcons and knobbies and you’ve got an off-roader, camping mobile. Or roll one stock and race cross. Perhaps you just want to have a nice, balanced and smooth, reliable ride to scoot around on. The latter was the inspiration for this recent Golden Saddle Cyclery customer build.
A 1×10 is ideal for a city commute. Then, by adding a tried and true Wald basket, a Brooks, one slick Archive x Tracko bag to the mix, along with a mix of Paul Components and some solid wheels, you’ve got a stylish, balleur and relatively affordable ride.
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