The Bay Area is alive!
Yes! I love these short, but sweet videos Mash is putting out. Hey Chas! Looking great guys!
This year, the Oregon Manifest changed gears into the Bike Design Project. The idea was simple: five cities, five builders and five design offices would propose, construct and test a bicycle that was born from the DNA of their city’s unique demands.
Chicago’s MNML x Method Bicycle is pictured above, see the rest below and head over to the Bike Design Project to cast your vote. Which one do you think is my favorite?
Mash has teamed up with SF-local portage company Boreas on two models of backpacks, the Day Pack and the Race Pack. I’ve seen Boreas gear in person and it’s a solid option for those looking for more technical backpacks.
In the months leading up to the trip, Deux North’s Hunt 4, we were all focused on miles. Like most of us, I’d done a few big days on the bike before, 8+ hours in the Rapha Gentleman’s Ride or a trip upstate, but never back-to-back-to-back. None of us knew exactly what to expect on the third day, when we would all line up to race the King Ridge Grasshopper Adventure Series.
Mission Workshop is teaming up with Full Frame Collective on a Friday the 13th photo show tonight and then tomorrow, Taylor Stitch is having a sample sale in conjunction with Huckberry. See the full scoop below.
Some of you had questions regarding the race format of the 2014 SF Sprints. Hopefully this video answers those questions, and more.
On June 28th, SF Sprints return to Golden Gate Park’s polo fields. Head over to SF Sprints for more.
SF’s TCB Courier has a ton of new softgoods up for sale and pre-order. Socks, bottles and a new kit. Get on over to the TCB Courier web shop for all the details.