It’s been a while since I’ve seen an all-over print hoodie that looks this good. Cadence took their Pulsar pattern and applied it to their cotton riding hoodie design, made to order here in the USA for $65. Head to Cadence to see more.
Dustin from Cadence was in Los Angeles on a “Permanent Marking Tour,” doing tattoos at the shop. After a night of partying, the boys woke up and went on one of our staple loops in the Hollywood hills…
Dustin from Cadence and Matt Reyes head out on Matt’s first dirt ride, manning Dustin’s P-29r.
For their newest jersey design, Cadence takes their Pulsar pattern and wraps it around a jet black jersey. These made in Italy, race-fit jerseys are in stock now at Cadence for $120.
Dustin Klein from Cadence talks about the Cannabis Caps and makes a video bike check of his Ritchey P-29 in his latest video.
Perhaps you like to show your love for weed? If that’s the case, check out Cadence’s latest cap…
Dustin Klein is no stranger to frame embellishment and for this year’s track crit season, he put it to work. Cadence teamed up with Jan Kole’s framebuilding company Colossi. A former Dutch professional cyclist himself, Jan raced in Europe in the 70s and 80s before moving to China to establish Colossi with his son, Sander.
Together, Colossi and Cadence will have a presence at the US and European track crit circuit in the form of these Cadence Colossi 2017 team frames. Read the full press-release and see more photos below.
Cadence’s newest drop is their FLC, or first in lifestyle cycling, collection. The brand has maintained its roots since its inception in the early 2000’s and the new collection taps into some staples from over the years. Check out the FLC Collection at Cadence today!
If you’ve ever wanted to start a brand and venture out on your own, here’s a great video explaining how Cadence-founder Dustin Klein made it to where he is today.
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.