Photos by Mike Martin
It helps a lot when your teammate just so happens to be a expert at frame design and painting, especially when you win the 2013 California State ‘Cross Championships. Garrett Chow recently completed and photographed this bike for Mash-teammate, Walton Brush. Even if it did come at the end of the season, it’s still an incredible machine!
Check out some words by Garrett and more photos below!
For 2015, Cinelli has a few new tape models hitting the shelves, along with two key collaborations with Mash and Red Hook Crit. Both the Chubby and Fluo tapes look great, but you can’t go wrong with the Mash Parallax design either! All of these new tape models are currently in stock at the Cinelli Winged Store. See more information below.
When Mash first opened their storefront a few years back, it quickly became a clubhouse of sorts for the local riders. Group rides would meet up once or twice a week to explore the roads and trails of San Francisco. As quickly as the storefront became popular, the brand itself grew and the need for more space became apparent, sending Mike Martin on a hunt for a bigger store, with space for a design office.
Yesterday I swung through their new storefront and design offices in SF and hung out for a bit, soaking in all the random artifacts both from SF’s street racing culture and cycling’s most iconic brands… See more in the Gallery!
Mash has one of the best web shops out of any brand in cycling, ATMO. Here’s their latest offering: a Campagnolo pullover hoodie. Head on over to Mash to see more!
Mash and TCB Courier’s Chas Christiansen teamed up with Giro to design a pair of their DND Gloves. Named “Shredder” these limited edition gloves are now at the Winged Store.
Mash has one of the most comprehensive photo galleries I’ve seen from this year’s Red Hook Crit Milano. The photos are spectacular. Head over to Mash to catch them all…
Mash shooting Shapiro riding around aimlessly in GGP!
Mash just restocked a ton of their top caps and added some new products like this WCS Pentagram one to their shop. There’s even a Jumpman bottle… I suggest you high tail it over to Mash’s web shop right away!
The crew at TCB Courier have been hustling hard for five years now. In that time, there’s been a lot of blood, sweat and tears going into their day to day operations. To celebrate their anniversary, Mash took to the streets of SF…
I dunno what I like more, the new Mash shop kits, or Garrett’s Cinelli? Especially in this photo. They’re like the yin and yang of bicycle design.