I love when two brands come together for a project like this. Cadence is known for their performance cycling kits, for men. Machines for Freedom is known for their exceptional fit and quality kits, for women. So when Cadence wanted to make a kit for women, they contacted Machines for Freedom to supply the fit and performance of their kits with a Dustin Klein-illustrated Cadence design. The result is one of my favorite collaborations this year.
Five years ago, Cadence teamed up with 686 Apparel to produce winter riding gear, including an insulated hoodie and rain jacket. This year, they’re back at it with an updated design and new colors. The collection is now live at Cadence, so head over to check it out.
Cadence and State Bicycle Co are giving all this away to a lucky winner and all you’ve gotta do is enter!
These new caps from Cadence utilize a print design based off the Unknown Pleasures album by Joy Division. Did I really need to point that out though? Head over to Cadence to check them out.
Dustin Klein headed to the Midwest to discuss skateboarding with legends Steve Nesser and Todd Bratrud and to work on a collaboration cycling kit with Familia. Check out the Cadence x Familia offerings at Cadence.
Cadence especially loves California this year, what with the Tour going on and all. In a clever take on the current “tour,” the brand developed a California Collection, referencing the classic 1960’s Olympic design. See the full California Collection at Cadence!
I’m digging the latest design from Cadence, the Pulsar Kit. Available in black or orange and in stock now at Cadence.
Need a caffein boost? Try their own custom blend of coffee by @castlecoffeeroasters.
Cadence’s spring collection usually comes in waves and just today, the first wave landed in stock. My personal favorite from the lineup is this chambray cycling cap, which will look great on and off the bike. Now I’m just waiting on the denim kit to drop… Come on guys, step to it! Check out the full lineup at Cadence.
I’m the kind of rider that wears full finger gloves year-round. In dirt at least. So I’m always keen on seeing what companies put out in terms of a lightweight, smartphone-friendly, minimal glove. Cadence has always made solid options and the Establish gloves are the newest to their catalog. The best part is the price: $46. Head to Cadence for more information.