London’s Kinoko Cycles has been ramping up their online catalog since closing their brick and mortar store in Soho earlier this year. Part of their new products include new shop t’s and patches. Head over to Kinoko to see their full line of new arrivals.
In an effort to make the Radavist’s shirts more available to UK customers, I’ve teamed up with Kinoko Cycles to sell them at their online store. Now, there’s no guarantee these will stay in stock any longer than they do over here, so head to Kinoko while they’re in stock!
King Kog always has some of the best t-shirts. Rep their Oakland and Brooklyn shops with these new tie dye tees, designed by Aldo Rodriguez and available at their online shop.
Golden Saddle Cyclery just added two new shirts to their web shop. Head over now to swoop. I know some of you were asking about when these would go online…
This one’s out there to up the punk! No Garmin No Rules’ latest shirt takes a spin on a classic Black Flag shirt. Scoop one up at No Garmin No Rules.
Here’s some more of that community building the dudes at Golden Saddle were talking about in that last video. Amoeba Hollywood will have two new GSC shirts for sale tomorrow.
“Bike riding is awesome: no released pollutants, one less car on the road, it’s good for your community and good for YOU. Amoeba Hollywood and Amoeba San Francisco are celebrating bike culture in partnership with the Bicycle Coalitions of L.A. & S.F. and want you to join us Sunday, August 17 12-5pm. Free treats, DJs, and a chance to win cool bike gear and prizes—all while raising funds for the Coalitions!”
Seriously, support your local record shop, buy vinyl, not MP3s!
What is Corndogging? Well, aside from looking at the hashtag on Instagram to reveal some weird photos, it’s the act of wasting (valuable) resources such as daylight, money, etc., in the pursuit of incongruous or curious and/or seemingly pointless endeavors.
Synonyms: Fucking Around, Killing Time, Dicking Around, Chilling, Fucking Off, Dilly Dallying, Fartin Around.
This t-shirt features Bojangle, the Patron Saint of Corn Dogging and is in stock now at Yonder Journal. The dudes also have stock of other randomness, so head over and check it out.
Mash honors the greatest bicycle component manufacturer of all time with a classy and minimal pocket t-shirt. Seriously, I love this one!
Everyone has a clever 4th of July post up right now, but I couldn’t find a better image to represent the exuberance of America’s independence AND the Tour (what is up with this?!)… Manual for Speed does it again. Pick one of these up at Manual for Speed and eat a damn hot dog for me, America.
… and drink some bourbon. And blow stuff up. And get sunburnt. And listen to records. And ride a made in the USA bike!