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!
I know what I’m spending $10 on this morning! JDR documented the Dirty Hundo for Cadence and put together a zine. Races / rides like this are giving cycling the much-needed sense of fun in communities all over. Makes me wanna do something like this in Austin!
Scoop up a Dirty Hundo Zine at Cadence or get one free with $100 purchase.
Cadence’s jeans have always been a great bargain and this time, they’ve changed the cut to match the fit of raw denim. For under $100 you get North Carolina Cone Denim in black!
Scoop up a pair at Cadence.
Photo by John Daniel Reiss
Out of all the photos JDR took at the Dirty Hundo, this one sums up the ride the best. See more at TCB’s Tumblr.
Cadence shows us how early to bed = early to shred with this new Airflow kit video spot.
This collaboration has been in the makings for quite some time and it coincides with the new Airflow line from Cadence. Ritchey’s C260 stem got a wet coat with “Keep Going” painted on the top, along with the Airflow graphic.
In stock now at Cadence in various lengths.
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.