King Kog’s punk roots come through in their new long sleeve cross shirts. Check out more at King Kog!
King Kog takes their popular, Gator-inspired logo and puts it on a blue Purist bottle. Simple some would say, genius as far as I’m concerned. See more at King Kog.
King Kog always has some of the best t-shirts. Rep their Oakland and Brooklyn shops with these new tie dye tees, designed by Aldo Rodriguez and available at their online shop.
These won’t last (again) – King Kog just got a few King of Gears jerseys in stock. Small, medium or large in race-cut Champ Sys. Head over to King Kog to swoop.
King Kog has gone bi-coastal. Come celebrate with them tonight!
Photo by Chris Lee
King Kog has some new shirts for sale. Surely you can never have too many Black Flag flips? Scoop one up at King Kog!
There are now two King Kogs, one in Oakland and one in Brooklyn. To celebrate the re-opening of the Brooklyn shop, they’ve posted these new pocket tees. Head over to swoop.
Photos by Chris Lee
King Kog has been one of the most successful cycling blogs to come around in the past decade. This shop was one of the first track bike / fixed gear specialty stores in the world and has always delivered great products. Now, they’ve got a new web shop with product photos by JP Bevins.
Last week, before the SxSW shit storm settled in on Austin, I had some friends in town from New York. Wilis and Josh from King Kog wanted to get out on some trails, see the sites and eat some BBQ, so I arranged just that. For what felt like every single day, Wilis and I were out hitting my normal trail loops I’ve worked out, while still finding time to stop for some rope swing action.
We ended the week with some Austin BBQ and as the guys packed their bikes up in my living room, I could tell they were a little bummed to be leaving… Can you blame ‘em?
Since this Recent Roll is almost 36 exposures, I narrated the photos.