Category Archives: Cadence
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.
Marketing in the cycling apparel world is everything and Cadence is onto something with their new Suffer Club memberships. If you are constantly missing out on their limited edition kits, now’s your chance to get a head start on the masses with a once-a-year membership fee.
Head over to Cadence to read more.
Cadence’s roots are in Seattle, so it would make sense that they would look to baseball cap manufacturer Ebbets to make their Abide wool caps. These high quality hats are made in Seattle, by hand and are in stock now at Cadence.
Photos by Verdict Digital
On December 14th, a bunch of contenders turned up for the Cadence Dope League 002 Gentlemen’s Race. This year’s course included a good amount of dirt and scenic byways. You know, the kind of ingredients to make the rest of us extremely jealous! See more at Cadence’s Flickr.
Top 5 finishers:
1: Riley Marmesh
2: Nat Futterman
3: Andrew Goessling
4: Dan Russell
5: Jake Teitelbaum
Cadence’s Dustin Klein talks about the brand’s raw denim jeans and how it evolved over the years.
If you’re going to the races tomorrow in LA, do a few things for me: say hi to Tenspeed Hero, High Five any and all Mudfoot racers, check out Cadence’s pop-up at the Greek theater and swing by Golden Saddle afterwards!
Cadence brought back their popular Trekker sling bag this year, with a much-needed improvement. An ambidextrous sternum strap keeps the Trekker in place while you ride. See more at Cadence.
Cadence has you covered for these cool fall mornings and afternoons. In stock now are the Team Zip Hoodie, the Freedom Hoodie, the Ritchey Classic Zip Hoodie and the Climber Crewneck.
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.
Cadence brings back some classic designs for their fall / winter lineup, including two personal favorites of mine: the Exon black denim and Contrary winter cap. Head to Cadence to see their fully-stocked fall and winter online shop.