Category Archives: shirts
When I posted this Mike Jandora graphic a few weeks back, people kept saying they wanted it on a shirt. Well, Surly actually did make a shirt from the illustration a while back and now they’ve got a re-issue in stock, along with a women’s version.
Head to your local Surly dealer to order!
King Kog’s punk roots come through in their new long sleeve cross shirts. Check out more at King Kog!
All this chatter, sorry, maybe that’s the wrong word to use since their bikes are all disc… All this talk about Twin Six’s new frames had me poking around their blog, looking at their 2015 offerings. This Ride and Seek shirt caught my attention. Nice work fellas. Check out more of Twin Six’s 2015 lineup on this PDF.
Man, someone’s getting sued over copyright infringement. Or something. Anyway, that’s my more speed of t-shirt. Pick one up before the cease and desist shows up!
Fall is here and everyone’s already got their favorite flannel or wool overshirt aching to get pulled out of the closet. For those looking for their next favorite shirt, check out these new Pendleton Wool shirts from Kitsbow. The Icon has perforated stretch gussets at the shoulders for increased mobility and ventilation. In case you find yourself Rubber Side Up on the trail, there are even laser cut 3X Dry Schoeller panels strategically placed over shoulders and elbows for abrasion resistance.
See more on The Icon at Kitsbow.
… and all I got was this lousy t-shirt.
Man, I feel like this collaboration has been in the works for ages. Two of my favorite artists, working together for one rad brand, the Athletic.
“Brian Vernor and Chris McNally teamed up to make these fantastic t-shirts. This isn’t the first time that these two have teamed up together, but it is something that they have been talking about for a while.
Aaron Bradford and Vernor set out to make this one at Wilder Ranch in Santa Cruz. Just as Brian and McNally did with their other shirt at Townsley Tunnel.
These are the spaces we ride all year round on cross bikes. In the North Cal. it is always cyclocross season, the terrain dictates it.”
See more at the Athletic’s web shop.
Strawfoot has a new logo, illustrated by James McClung, who also did these Seam Ripper shirts. See more at Strawfoot.
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!