Photo by Chris Lee
I really love this concept: wind direction placed in a pattern over a cycling kit. It looks damn good and Cadence now how the entire Airflow Kit, including their collaboration Spy Sunglasses in stock now! Head over to Cadence for the details.
To commemorate a forthcoming collaboration with Ritchey, Dustin Klein from Cadence took the time to personalize his new Swiss Cross frameset. I love seeing projects like this unfold, especially with companies like Cadence and Ritchey, both of which make exceptional products.
Personally, I think the Cadence x Ritchey stems look great and I can’t wait to see what else they’re cooking up!
Until then, check out the process and completed bike photos below!
Cadence has some new soft goods in stock and if you order today, they’ll ship in time for the 25th!
Hey, ten years is a big deal for a company. Period. So Cadence is continuing to celebrate their anniversary with more Decade goods. See the full line here.
Dustin Klein, founder of Cadence has been working nonstop on his artwork and one way he’s documenting it is with a zine called Atelier:
“An intimate inside look at the various stages of the Dklein studio; finished pieces, works in process, observational documentation.
5.25″ x 8.25″
Hand numbered 1 – 20″
Pick one up here!
It’s crazy to think that a brand like Cadence has only been around for 10 years. Ok, maybe “crazy” isn’t the right word, but for me, Cadence represents a brand that grew out of a truly grassroots scene and what started as essentially a silkscreen shirt company has grown a major name in this whole thing we call cycling.
I remember first seeing Cadence shirts when I moved to New York and now, years later, Cadence is celebrating a decade of radness with a new kit.
Check out the Cadence Decade Kit in stock now!
I have a thing for socks. When I go to a shop, I usually walk out with at least two pairs. The longer, the better (to a certain point). Merino is preferred but bamboo are totally fine as well. Which is what Cadence chose to make their newest run of socks from. Scoop up a pair of tall or low Cadence socks today!
I really love the Cadence trousers. They’ve got enough stretch to them, they feel great on and off the bike, are made in the USA and very affordable. Cadence just received stock of these reliable trousers in a limited run of Oakmoss.
Swoop up a pair at Cadence.
Photo by John Daniel Reiss
I love this photo that JDR shot for the new Cadence Collection Grid Kits.