Category Archives: made in the usa
Since 1994, Rivendell Bicycle Works have been supplying the Unracers of the world with practical, classy and comfortable options for riding. Now in their 20th year of business, the brand has pulled together a freaking incredible catalog, reminiscent of Grant’s days at Bridgestone…
Don’t miss the 20th edition of the Rivendell Bicycle Works catalog!
As part of Mission Workshop’s AP Series, these new limited edition Sanctions feature anodized hardware, a waxed twill fabric and the same, made in the USA, lifetime warranty that MW has on all their products. See more at Mission Workshop.
This is why I love Chris Bishop’s work so much: he takes the time to machine and shape everything, down to the cable stops. See more of Andrew’s road at the Bishop Flickr!
Photo by Kyle Kelley
This frame’s paint job alone beckons for it to be shot at sundown and Kyle did a great job doing so. See more of this LOW at Kyle’s Flickr!
The homies at Full Frame Collective visited SF’s Falconer Cycles, a ‘locals secret’… Check out more at FFC!
EH Works is a Seattle-based company, specializing in tool rolls. The Mopha comes in a number of different straps and materials and is in stock now, ready to ship. Check out more photos below and see the whole line at EH Works.
Kinfolk’s kit is back this season, in a monochromatic black and grey. Pick up the jersey and the bibs at Kinfolk.
Kris at 44 Bikes has been making some killer 29+ platform MTBs, the most recent being Victor’s Rohloff-equipped ride. I loved the cream and black paint by Jay Nutini at Circle A Cycles. See more at the 44 Flickr.
Man. Some of the designs that Firefly is doing with anodizing their titanium frames are so wild! See more of this geometric seat tube at the Firefly Flickr.
Here’s a new company trying to bust into the made in the USA merino apparel scene. It’s a Kickstarter but if this brand makes it, I’ll be buying some gear. Now just make a crew neck!