Manual for Speed is keeping you cool during the hotttt summer months by teaming up with five different artists and allowing them full access to the canvas we call “cycling kits.” The first two kits to be released feature the artwork of Jerry Inscoe and Mike Perry.
Additional kits designed by Sigrid Calon, Karan Singh, and Zio Ziegler are set to be released later this summer.
For now, check out Jerry Inscoe and Mike Perry’s cycling kits at Manual for Speed’s web shop.
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!
When a guy like Jeff Curtes shoots photos and writes a bit of copy, you don’t paraphrase his work. Sure, you edit it down a bit but it’s best left untouched. When he contacted me to share a recent photoshoot for Australia’s MAAP, I very much obliged to let him do just that. Read on for the full account and a selection of photos from Jeff’s recent shoot on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia… (more…)
After all the requests, I’ve decided to open up the Radavist Discharged Kit for pre-order tomorrow. It’ll run for only a week and should be delivered by the beginning of July. You’ll be able to order bibs, arm warmers and the jersey all separately, or all together. Hopefully this quells everyone’s need for an all-black kit and as always, thanks for the support.
The pre-order will open tomorrow at noon CST and will be open all week, until Monday, the 15th.
A lot of people have asked for this kit to be restocked and I’m considering opening a pre-order to ensure everyone’s particularities can be addressed. This way, if you prefer a large jersey and medium bib, that can happen. So here’s a query to the readers. Would you like a week long pre-order with an end of June, early July delivery?
Let us know in the comments. Andre’s been waiting to ship more kits!
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…
Swoop the LOW bib and the Cadence LOW jersey at Cadence.
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.