Our friends at Factory Five in Shanghai just issued their latest kits. Their new Team Riding Kits feature bright, geometric overlays with turquoise and orange accents. See more information and pricing at Factory Five.
Los Angeles’ Superdomestik has recently relaunched their brand to include 6 new kits, three of which are homages to the looming mountains that tower over the Los Angeles skyline: Mt. Wilson, Mt. Baldy and Mt. Disappointment. Head over to Superdomestik to see more information on pre-ordering.
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…
Mash has teamed up with Castelli for their newest run of cycling kits. Featuring the popular Parallax design, these kits are sold as a jersey, bib, vest and warmers at Mash, both in store or online, the Winged Store in Europe and Blue Lug in Japan.
SF’s TCB Courier always delivers when it comes to their kit offerings. This spring, they went in a lighter direction, using dots and stripes in various pastels. Their pre-order is available in a total kit, including arm warmers, vest, jersey and bibs, or as individual pieces for men and women. Made in downtown LA by ENDO Customs. Head over to TCB to see more.
Cadence’s Dustin Klein was recently contacted by pro skater Chico Brenes to do a collaboration with his skateshop in Nicaragua, Central Skate Shop. Skateboarding has always been a part of the Cadence brand and it’s rad seeing these two unique companies unite under such a clean product line.
See more of the Central Skate Shop collection at Cadence.
Tenspeed Hero never ceases to amaze me and I know that may seem like a heavy compliment, but it’s true. Their newest collection is on another level. It’s vibrant, stylish and photographs incredibly well. Even if it’s not your style, you’ve got to head over to Tenspeed Hero for the product photos alone. Or, check out their Resort collection in their web shop.
Cadence’s latest few kits have channeled the spirit of 1970’s Datsuns and other groovy surf mobiles. At least, that’s how I’m interpreting it all. The Conquer kit features an orange, red, yellow pattern and Ritchey sponsor logos, with matching water bottles.
Check out stock now at Cadence.
Year after year, Portland’s Speedvagen always produces some of the best looking kits. This year’s design is very straight-forward. The Speedvagen Black Kit features the Speedvagen coat of arms on a mostly-black base and is made by Castelli.
Head over to Speedvagen for pre-ordering now.