Cadence takes to the desert for their new Aero Lightweight Kit release video.
This Thursday, Cadence’s shop is having an open house to launch their new Keta kits. They’ll also have select works from Dustin Klein on display as well as a For the Love of Mud screening. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, make sure you swing by!
Over the years Cadence has worked on some really great collaborations with Ritchey and this latest drop might be their best yet. Available now is a gloss white with black geometric overlay cockpit. The C220 Keta stem features a chevrons down the side with a “Keep Going” reminder on the top, while the EvoCurve bar repeats the pattern at the clamp. Both are in stock now at Cadence.
For those seeking simplicity in kit design, the Cadence Minus jersey treats form with simple tones and a bold, white strip across the chest. Made in Italy and goes with any classic bib short. In stock now at Cadence.
I love seeing new school and old school cycling brands come together on really simple designs like this longsleeve t-shirt from Cadence and Ritchey. Head over to Cadence to swoop!
Back during NAHBS this bar tape was featured on the LOW MK1 road bike and now it’s made its way to the Cadence web shop.
The Motion Bar Tape uses Dustin Klein’s design, is padded, with anti-slip coating and comes with reflective Cadence bar end plugs. Head over to Cadence for more information.
One of the new pieces in the recent Cadence drop is this Tour of California inspired jersey. You can’t go wrong with Cali vibes with vibrant colors with a great fit. See more at Cadence. Who’s going to the ATOC this year? Bummed I’m not going to be able to make it.
Cadence continues to roll out really well designed kits. This release is dubbed Tempo and it’s one of my favorites from the brand all year. Head over to see their offerings.
Cadence and LOW Bicycles have been working on numerous collaborations this year, culminating at NAHBS with the Cadence LOW Road MK1 bike. For those of you who are looking for a less pricey option, check out these new collaboration kits…
Dustin Klein of Cadence worked with Michael from Humble Frameworks to paint this beautiful cyclocross frame. Sticking to a monochromatic theme, Dustin’s hand work uses the magnetic fields-inspired artwork to highlight the Humble’s frame curvature.
The finished product was built with HED wheels, a mix of SRAM and Ritchey components. See more of this beauty below.