Category Archives: Necronomicog
Necronomicog Mountains of Madness Shirt Pre-Order
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It’s been a year since I printed these shirts up and in that time, I’ve gotten multiple requests for a pre-order, to ensure everyone gets on in their size. This is probably the only white shirt I wear and it’s seen some use, so even I can use another. This will be the last time I release this t-shirt, so don’t miss out.

It doesn’t matter how well seasoned of a cyclist you are. When you find yourself at the Mountains of Madness, you’re in for a surprise. You may not find any giant albino penguins or The Elder Things but you’ll find your inner demons…

Pocket tees are metal. HP Lovecraft is most definitely metal. This shirt, is kinda fuckin’ metal. Designed by myself and penned by Kyler Martz, These American Apparel pocket tees were printed up here in Austin by the super metal folks at Industry Printshop.

Pre-order one now for $25 plus shipping in the PiNP Web ShopPre-order is open a week, shirts will ship around March 27th.

Mar 13, 2014 4 comments
In Stock: Necronomicog Nature is Metal Socks

Nature is Metal, without even trying. It’s desolate, solitary and yet, majestic. As night falls upon the forest, you quickly realize how insignificant your existence is. Or something like that. Look, #NatureisMetal and the Necronomicog’s got your back.

Made by DeFeet in the darkest of forests in North Carolina, these Aireater socks will keep your feet happy as you shred your sled through the woods. Necronomicog logo designed by Kyler Martz.

SORRY SOLD OUT!

Jan 7, 2014 10 comments
Necronomicog Nature is Metal Pocket T-Shirt Pre-Order
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To make everyone happy, I’m doing a pre-order. It will stay open until Saturday morning and I’ll be placing the order the following Monday. Shirts will take a week to print, so expect them to ship out December 2nd!

There is nowhere more serene than nature but don’t lower your guard, because as enchanting as it may be, the ‘wood will swallow you whole. Nature is metal and is best enjoyed by bike. Sometimes the best thing for one’s mind is to be alone with their bike, and a fire, or simply put: atavism.

Designed by myself and penned by Kyler Martz, these American Apparel pocket tees were printed up here in Austin by the super metal folks at Industry Printshop.

Scoop up one right now for $25 plus shipping in the PiNP Web Shop!

***THIS IS A PRE-ORDER. If you ordered your shirt on Tuesday, November 19th, it will ship this Monday!***

Nov 20, 2013 14 comments
Kyler Martz: Necronomicog Nature is Metal Graphic
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If you spend any amount of time outdoors, or in the ‘wood, then you know nature is pretty fuckin’ metal. When I began thinking of the next Necronomicog design, I mentioned an idea I had to artist Kyler Martz. We went back and forth a bit until his sent me this design.

Now, this is probably one of the best shirt designs I’ll ever sell. BUT I won’t be getting them printed until November. Until then, why don’t you tell me what you’d like? Pocket tee? Black? White? Sweatshirt? Front graphic?

My inclination is always pocket t, so let me know what you want to see and I’ll print them up in the next few weeks.

Thanks to Kyler for taking this design to the next level.

Oct 15, 2013 46 comments
Necronomicog Kits Are Almost Done

Photo by Bo Bickerstaff

Thanks for being patient everyone. As you can imagine, this time of year is busy for ENDO. The kits are almost done. I’m leaving town (again) for a few weeks and will return on the 6th of August to Austin, where I’ll ship the kits out as soon as I’m home. Realistically, you’ll have the kits on the 10th of August for domestic orders.

Seriously, the support this round was incredible. Thank you and all hail the Necronomicog.

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Jul 19, 2013 3 comments
You Have Until Friday to Pre Order the Necronomicog Kit
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Photo by Bo Bickerstaff

I’m closing the pre-order Friday evening, compiling the orders and sending the money to Endo for production. If you’ve already ordered your kit, thanks so much for the support and if you haven’t do so now! I was planning on doing a little promo video this week but someone stole my kit…

May 29, 2013 Comments are OFF
#NatureIsMetal


Photos by Kyle Kelley

I’m in Los Angeles today, en route for Santa Barbara and the ATOC tomorrow but before leaving town, I had to do a cross ride with Kyle. Some ups, just as many downs and a few spills made for a great ride. While my film sits in its canister, awaiting being developed, check out these two photos from Kyle’s Instagram. I forget how beautiful Los Angeles is, especially this time of year in the mountains. Nature is so metal.

Praise the Necronomicog.

May 14, 2013 Comments are OFF
The Endo Customs Necronomicog Kit Pre-Order is On!

Look, I know this is a very metal kit and some of you aren’t into metal. TOO BAD. Even Tracko wears this kit and he’s as hippy as they come. Since the last run of the Endo Customs-made Necronomicog kits, I’ve received a ton of emails asking to do another run. Well, you’ve got a month to pre-order this time and I even listed it close to payday.

You have until June 1st to place your order. Expect shipments mid-July (maybe sooner).

Click here for the jersey – $115
Click here for the bibs – $135
Click here for one pair of arm and one pair of knee warmers – $75

These kits are made in Los Angeles from only the best quality materials. Almost every kit I wear is made by Endo and I wouldn’t use anyone else!

May 2, 2013 7 comments
In Stock: Necronomicog Mountains of Madness Pocket T-Shirt

It doesn’t matter how well seasoned of a cyclist you are. When you find yourself at the Mountains of Madness, you’re in for a surprise. You may not find Mi-go or The Elder Things but you’ll find your inner demons…

Pocket tees are metal. HP Lovecraft is most definitely metal. This shirt, is kinda fuckin’ metal. Designed by myself and penned by Kyler Martz, These American Apparel pocket tees were printed up here in Austin by the super metal folks at Industry Printshop.

Scoop up one right now for $25 plus shipping in the PiNP Web Shop.

Mar 12, 2013 9 comments