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.
Please join Mission Workshop, Andrew Low and Dustin Klein for an evening of bicycle talk!
Andrew started Low Bicycles, a small manufacturer of high quality, handmade aluminum racing frames, located in San Francisco, CA in 2010. Hear about his history, his take on aluminum, and questions from the crowd. Introduction by Dustin Klein, of Cadence Collection.
6pm Doors open
7pm Talk starts
Close when the beer’s gone
Broadcasted live on TheRadavist.com Starting at 7PM PST.
Hosted at Mission Workshop San Francisco
541 Valencia St. SF, CA
Hit up RSVP@missionworkshop.com for entry.
You can’t go wrong with camo™ and Cadence knows this. Their newest windbreaker, the Coaches Jacket features a woodland camo pattern, snap closures, elastic cuffs and the CA DNC logo on back. In stock now for $78 at Cadence.
Look, the cold months are approaching and a good Belgian-style ‘cross or road cap will do ya some good. Cadence welcomes winter with their new Contrary Caps. Made in the USA and available in three colors to match your kits of choice. Head over to Cadence for more information.
Cadence’s Conquerer kit returns and this time it’s available in olive drab as a jersey and bib short. Or if you prefer the original blue kit, that’s back in stock now as well. Head over to Cadence to see the full collection.
It’s always great to see two brands you admire join forces, even if it’s for something as simple as a cycling cap. Cadence and Strava did just that, designing a cap that will pull a chord in both design geeks and diehard fanboys. Head over to Strava to pick one up.
There’s a bigger story to be told here, about one cyclist’s journey into photography and chasing life-long dreams. For now, here’s all I can share…
Our buddy Brian Vernor is taking his first stab at the legendary Three Peaks Cyclocross race over in the UK this Sunday. For more follow @vernor and stay close for something bigger from Brian about his connection to this event.
This, as both a concept and a advertisement for the brands is highly successful. Way to go guys.
“An inside line to the “left” and “right” brains of creative founders Tom Ritchey and Dustin Klein. Merging the two together through process and approach resulting in the first limited Cadence x Ritchey bar and stem combo to hit the market.”
Man, Dustin’s been getting a lot of interview love these days. Here’s another one, put on by the Lifers Project.