Category Archives: Manual for Speed
There are insuations that I make millions of dollars a year from the cycling industry for posting high-end, limited edition, wank-resistant kits, jackets, hubs, spokes and bar tape. It’s true and Manual for Speed pays me so much money that I’m the literal Scrooge McDuck of the industry, diving into pools of Chris King headsets and PAUL Touring Cantis.
Or… I just like what companies are doing and decide to post their products, regardless of how outrageous they are. I kinda wanna wear one of these jerseys to BRUNCH BRO (sorry Emi).
Scoop up one of these completely ridiculous but somehow necessary 2014 Tour de France Manual for Speed extravaganza jerseys at Garmin Slipstream for a end of July delivery.
Everyone has a clever 4th of July post up right now, but I couldn’t find a better image to represent the exuberance of America’s independence AND the Tour (what is up with this?!)… Manual for Speed does it again. Pick one of these up at Manual for Speed and eat a damn hot dog for me, America.
… and drink some bourbon. And blow stuff up. And get sunburnt. And listen to records. And ride a made in the USA bike!
Manual For Speed in collaboration with Argonaut Cycles and Speedvagen present Reach For The Dream… What is Reach for the Dream? See more below!
Man, that’s one of the longest titles of a post about a post of an event ever. Seriously… what the… Anyway, check out Manual for Speed’s coverage of the USACPRC for some really great #Chillers, Viking commentary and of course, Ted King. Not to be confused with Ben King.
Labels out Ted, labels out.
Parking lot yoga, hydration, swimming pools, shopping malls and yes, more hydration. Manual for Speed tackles it all with the ladies of Team Stan’s NoTubes!
This is the third rendition of the popular Manual for Speed tee, in stock now at MFS. I dig the peach fade on this one!
Manual for Speed is unmatched when it comes to documenting behind the scenes randomness within professional cycling. Their latest in the American Criteriums series is on Housing. Head to MFS for more!
Manual for Speed continues their coverage of American Criteriums with an interview of Evan Murphy, a favorite of mine! See the full story at Manual for Speed.
Did you know that Criterium racing began in the United States in the 1920’s, at a time when track racing was extremely popular throughout the country. The USA CRITS website refers to crit racing as “American Street Track Racing”? Or that “Criterium” is worth 13 points in Scrabble and 16 points in Words with Friends?
Head over to Manual for Speed to read more at their introduction to American Criteriums!
So… Manual for Speed realized one thing covering the Vuelta al Pais Vasco: photoz r overz. People just don’t have the patience these days, or the attention span to sit through a gallery anymore. They want motion. They want action but they don’t want videos. Because, videos are boring too.
What did MFS do? They made a GIF documentary and my favorite is the helicopter.
It’s wild, head over to MFS to check it out!