Basic is best, bro. Cadence and Ritchey collaborated on a cycling cap and I don’t think it could any simpler. Nice one fellas!
Cadence’s new Motion Kit is one of their best designs in my opinion but how can you showcase a kit called “Motion” in photos? Hence the video…
Here we go again. This morning’s hangover is acute, but I’m back at it. Interbike is almost impossible to cover as one person, so if you want to see something, holler at me, @JohnProlly or leave a note in the comments!
Cadence always has the cleanest kits and their newest Motion kit design is one of my favorites to date. Head over to Cadence to see the full Motion lineup.
I know this is also floating in the sidebar ad column, but I’m stoked to see these new saddle bags from Cadence. There’s an option for everyone too! Made in the USA.
See more at Cadence.
While you Yanks are celebrating your 4th, think of your family who are stuck overseas. I’ll be in OZ this year, so eat some hot dogs for me, hit a rope swing and don’t miss out on all the sales. Check out the special that Cadence is running!
I’ve been a long fan of Cadence for some time now. Over the years, they’ve been huge supporters of PiNP and The Radavist, so when the new Flow kits dropped, I wanted to do something special to commemorate them. I knew from Cadence’s Instagram that they had just ridden from SF to LA and TCB Courier‘s John Daniel Reiss was trucking along taking photos, so I reached out to them to do a Reportage on the trip… Below you’ll see the ride unfold.
I love a good camp mug, especially one with a message. Pick up this Travel Slow mug at Cadence.
To commemorate the Tour of California, Cadence just released a limited edition Airflow kit. Made by Capo and in stock now at Cadence!