The night before the 2014 Red Hook Crit Brooklyn, Team Cinelli Chrome was announced and now, the Cinelli Winged Store has these racing kits in stock.
Castelli makes damn nice cycling kits and Garrett Chow always produces such rad design work for Mash. The Parallax lineup is looking great and I love the concept behind it.
See the full Parallax kit offerings over at Mash!
SF’s TCB Courier has a ton of new softgoods up for sale and pre-order. Socks, bottles and a new kit. Get on over to the TCB Courier web shop for all the details.
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.
Known for their loud and over-the-top graphic treatments, Australia’s Attaquer took things a little more subdued with their new Normcore kit line. Their offerings are cyan, magenta, black (!) and white this go-round. See the full stock at Attaquer.
“Death Spray Custom (DSC) is a multi discipline artist whose iconic bolt design has been seen on everything from motorbike helmets, boots, racing cars and now on cycle clothing, thanks to a collaboration with Morvélo Bicycle Apparel. Strictly limited edition.
Available through Morvelo.com
Featuring the urban assault vehicle that is the Chickens x Morvélo CityCross CX bike.”
To commemorate the Tour of California, Cadence just released a limited edition Airflow kit. Made by Capo and in stock now at Cadence!
Photos by Kyle Kelley
Male models have it tough. People throw a new kit on you, put a bike under your legs, and send you flying down a fire road. Sean from Team Dream has been known to turn a trick for money once and a while, although sometimes the trick turns him. At least I think that’s what happened on this All-City kit photoshoot gone bad.
Head over to the All-City Flickr for more gnarness!
Is this trap, or dubstep? I don’t even know anymore but I like the new Funeral Cycling kits.
Minneapolis is a lot of fun, especially in the woods. Here’s a video from Bare Knuckle Brigade, shot in slow motion, featuring their kit and wind vest. Check out all of BKB’s products at their Twin Six’s web shop.
Thanks for sharing this video T.C.!