This was too good to just tack onto the previous entry!
London-based frame builder Saffron Frameworks recently had this bike painted by none other than Death Spray Custom. Coincidentally, this stainless steel road bike won Best in Show at Bespoked last weekend.
Head over to Kinoko Cycle’s Blog for more!
For 2014, Kinoko gathered their best bicycle photography and compiled a calendar. The best part is, it’s free!
“Kinoko Cycles Calendar 2014. Featuring beautiful photographs of some of our favourite bikes that came and went through the doors of our London store during 2013. From full custom Cherubim tourers to stock model Surly CX bikes, there’s something to tickle everyone’s fancy, all shot beautifully by master bicycle photographer and location scout Bobby Whittaker.”
Download a copy here.
Kinoko Cycles really nails it with this one. Check out more details on this fantastic print here!
Kinoko Cycles just got in their newest Dart track bike stock. 44mm head tube, oversized tubing and sick paint designed by Will Rei. Look, this is one of the sickest steel track bikes on the market. Don’t fuck around, pick one up at Kinoko Cycles!
Kinoko Cycles isn’t messing around. Their stock keeps growing with gems like this Independent Fabrication Ti and carbon Factory Lightweight. I’ve always loved the integrated seat tube collar (44rn Design) and race-inspired paint schemes. Check out more clean shots at the Kinoko blog.
Tokyo Fixed is still alive and well inside Kinoko Cycles. The shop’s in-house frames sold so well this year that they just restocked. That includes the popular Death Spray Custom collaborative frame the Ono, one of the best production track frames in my opinion! Holler at Kinoko for ordering!
As an architect, I can really enjoy looking through photos of the new Kinoko Cycles space. I’ve always wanted to design a complete bike shop, from the floorboards to the millwork and it looks like the designer went to town on the buildout. As part of any successful project, photos are of the utmost importance and the shots on the Kinoko Flickr look great. One day I’d love to check out the space in person!