Hello yet again, Chas.
Meant for commuters on the go, Taylor Stitch’s Civic line is sparked by the busy life of city living and uses fabrics that are naturally wicking and maintain their form. Made in San Francisco from merino and other active fabrics, for men and women, the Civic line is currently in a crowd-sourcing stage, where you can save lots of money by funding each of these garments. Check out the full lineup at Taylor Stitch.
Terry continues his “chasing” series in 4k with Kyle EmeryPeck in SF on his BMX.
Curtis is the best and these series from MW are always a lot of fun… Here’s the scoop!
“Join us on October 22nd for an evening with Curtis Inglis of Retrotec Cycles. Hear about his 25 years building bikes, SSWC08, restoring British cars, and everything in between. We’ll kick things off with a ride* leaving the shop at 12:30 pm and return to beers and tacos starting around 5:30 pm, with Curtis taking the stage at 6:00 pm.
*The ride: It’s a cyclocross ride. Bring a cyclocross bike and extra tubes (a road bike won’t cut it). There will be rocks and singletrack with the route sometimes erring on the mountain bike side of the spectrum. We’ll be riding in the east bay. Bring some cash for a BART ticket or meet at Rockridge station at 1:00 pm. Not to be missed. Here’s the route.”
RSVP for the event so Mission Workshop has an estimate for attendance.
One of my favorite pieces from Mission Workshop just got the olive drab makeover. The Sansom is now in stock, in three colors just in time for fall.
If you’re not going to Interbike and live in SF or LA, make sure you swing through the Mission Workshop stores for the Carhartt WIP and Pelago parties. Los Angeles’ party is Thursday and San Francisco’s is Friday. Check out the details below. (more…)
While making their 10 year video, the guys at Mash always ran into friends on the road or had visitors come in from out of town. Here’s a fun video showcasing some of their talent.
Here’s Matt Shapiro’s section from the Mash 10th anniversary DVD. Head to the Mash Vimeo to watch more.
Photos by Jason Sellers
Over at Wheel Talk, Jason Sellers compiled a gallery from last weekend’s Mission Crit 3 in San Francisco. The fixed crit season has officially begun, continuing with the Red Hook Crit Brooklyn this weekend. Head over to Wheel Talk to see more photos from the Mission Crit 3.
Hey SF! Perhaps you saw that new analog cycling GPS Omata earlier this week? Maybe you’ve got questions? Or you’d like to see one in person. Head over to Mission Workshop tonight for a launch party! Hear about the product design and development from founders Julian Bleecker and Rhys Newman along with photos from Brian Vernor.
Beer and Wine Provided
Doors open at 6:30
541 Valencia St. San Francisco, CA 94110