Grafik author Max Leonard takes an in-depth look at bicycle logo design from the ages. Included in the mix are both the original Cinelli logo and Benny Gold‘s version for Mash, two of my favorites. See the full article at Grafik.
Gotcha! Hopefully you all know the significance of this new design from Mash. See this cap and other products at their web shop.
A little bit of Salem and a lil bit of freestyle (so rad Dylan!) with a whole lotta hill bombing. This is so sick Mash!
I can take a few minutes from hosting guests to post this. Chas is on fire in this new edit from Mash. Now that’s endurance training…
Mash and Cinelli continue their collaboration lineup with these ergo, 70mm reach, shallow drop bars, perfect for street track , CX or road bikes. No cable recesses means they’ll look great on a track bike! Pick up a pair at Mash.
One of the true hustlers in the urban cycling scene is Chas from TCB Courier. Also a Mash / Cinelli rider, Chas was approached by the Italian brand to design a cycling cap for their Rider Collection Cap lineup. Check out this interview as Chas talks about what got him into bikes and the stigma associated with cycling caps!
I’ve got one and it’s one of the more unique caps out these days. You can pick one up at Cinelli’s Winged Store!
Mike Martin from Mash delivers more gritty, grainy goodness from the Red Hook Crit Milano. I always enjoy reading race reports from Mash and this one is not to be missed. Check it out here!
I love it when Mike Martin from MASH travels with his team. I’ve seen numerous photos from the Masi shop over the years and few do it justice like these. Head over to Mash for more radness!
To kick off cross season, Mash has just loaded their web shop with the a complete run of the new RGB kits. Head over to Mash to scoop because they won’t be in stock for long.