Scott from Cornfed Indianapolis just posted up some shirts. That Bongripper sticker alone merits the scoop, much less how rad the Cornfed videos are. All proceeds go to keeping this grassroots group alive and to help Scott’s courier company, Indy Couriers!
This icon has been floating around for years and now it’s made its way onto a sweatshirt from MASH. Scoop one up here!
Looks like the project that Dustin from Cadence has been working on with artist PEZ has finally launched!
“Cadence is proud to announce the exclusive release of special collaborative project with PEZ.
PEZ is a prominent street artist and deeply rooted figure in San Francisco cycling and messenger culture.
Honored by the opportunity to work with PEZ we wanted to share his story with those who may have yet to hear about him.For the next three weeks we will release an episode on PEZ which we hope sheds some light on his influence and involvement in cycling and graffiti cultures.
Pez x Cadence T includes original PEZ pin and or sticker. Available now!”
Photos by Jesse Carmody
Before my duffle bag with all my clothing and cycling apparel was stolen in SF (die, bastards!), my Team Dream Team Bicycle Team Bobcat shirt was going to be a summer staple. Bobcats are cool because nature is metal and I love pocket tees. Or, if front-graphic tees are more your style, why not pick up a “Woody” edition:
“Meet Thomas “Woody” Wood, proprietor of Golden Saddle Cyclery, cycling coach, former messenger, US Olympic mechanic, Master Track National Champion, new dad, and all around good dude. This tall tree took a spill mountain biking and now has a rather large accumulation of medical bills that need to be paid.”
Check out a few more photos below and scoop up a shirt at Team Dream Team Bicycle Team Dream Team Beam Me Up Scotty.
I’m digging this new sweatshirt from Brother Cycles:
“Our latest collaboration with illustrator Matt Blease, the ‘Bruv Luv’ design sweatshirt. Each item individually hand screen printed onto heavy duty Russell Athletic 80/20 cotton blend sweatshirts for a hard wearing product.
Features a highly reflective 3M print ‘Oak Leaf’ logo on the back right for visibility whilst riding at night.”
Pick one up here.
When I turned 30 years old, Lamour Supreme gave me this original artwork. It’s hanging above my desk and I consider it one of the best gifts I’ve ever received. You hear that Joel? Seeing this design on a FYXO shirt brings me back to when I first started riding track bikes in NYC. Back then, I never would have imagined I’d be in Australia riding bikes with FYXO, or even running a blog for a “job”. But that’s the point. I don’t think Joel ever anticipated traveling the world, painting murals and designing vinyl…
We’ve all come a long way and a lot has changed since those days but I’m pumped to see such a classic design reborn. Especially with a FYXO logo!
I’m digging these new Sizemore tees, designed by Tyler Johnson and am honored to be ripping in the Shred Club!
“Shred club is a cycling team made up of our favorite people. We are made up of designers, business owners, teachers, models, skateboarders, artists, and cyclists.
I am unexperienced at graphic design to say the least, but I found this beautiful image that John Watson took at the Tour of California in 2012. This dude looks like he is straight out of the 70′s. I couldn’t believe it: the type is so perfect, everything really in this photo is perfection. Instantly, I thought “Bro Cycling Team” has to be done. Created a lil hunting target style emblem up front and you have the first shirt for Shred Club. We will be doing more products by partnering with some of our sponsors and can’t wait to share them with you. Pick up one of these shirts quick because you know they will go FAST!”
$25 – Printed on 5.2oz american made t-shirts”
Scoop at Sizemore!