I love these shirts and they look even better in black. Head over to Shred Club to pick up one of the Bro Cycling Team shirts in black.
When I approached LAND here in Austin to do the branding for The Radavist, I gave them a few requests. One of which being a spirit animal. I wanted it to be a severe abstraction of a bicycle wheel. The resulting image was a jackal, with a back that was scarred from falling and a long tail that it walks on, much like a tire tread.
The other reference is pretty straight forward. I’ve always loved the Leica logo, so we took some cues from it for the script logo. Both of these elements represent what I believe the Radavist embodies.
I’m very happy with the branding as a whole, LAND did an amazing job mixing in elements from obscure references like the Elder Futhark, which we’ve seen on other t-shirts. There’s more to come this week, in terms of products, but we’ll start off with a summer staple: the white pocket tee.
These American Apparel pocket t-shirts were printed by Industry here in Austin and are $25 + shipping.
An all-time classic design from Cinelli gets an homage via this new shirt by Mash.
This is the third rendition of the popular Manual for Speed tee, in stock now at MFS. I dig the peach fade on this one!
In Elder Futhark, the rune raidō means “ride or journey”. It is the mark of the Radavist. This rune is part of the talisman logo featured on the front pocket. On the rear, the spirit animal of the Radavist, a jackal with a scarred back that walks on its tail and the motto “Rubber Side Up”.
These American Apparel pocket tees were printed using natural discharge ink at Industry Print Shop here in Austin. After a few washes, you won’t even feel where the print was. Make sure you wash them before wearing.
Scoop one up below for $25 + Shipping. Sorry, sold out…
Photo by Kyle Kelley
I know where this photo was taken and I can say that these guys most definitely don’t need a Garmin to get there. Check out the new No Garmin No Rules Shirts!
Team Dream has a few new goodies in stock at their web shop, including a re-up of their popular cycling caps, along with the PiNP cap, Chubby Bobcat Raglan and this new USA Trucker. These hats are made in the USA and fit all sizes (I have a large dome and it fits me).
Scoop one up at Team Dream for $20.
It’s been a year since I printed these shirts up and in that time, I’ve gotten multiple requests for a pre-order, to ensure everyone gets on in their size. This is probably the only white shirt I wear and it’s seen some use, so even I can use another. This will be the last time I release this t-shirt, so don’t miss out.
It doesn’t matter how well seasoned of a cyclist you are. When you find yourself at the Mountains of Madness, you’re in for a surprise. You may not find any giant albino penguins or The Elder Things but you’ll find your inner demons…
Pocket tees are metal. HP Lovecraft is most definitely metal. This shirt, is kinda fuckin’ metal. Designed by myself and penned by Kyler Martz, These American Apparel pocket tees were printed up here in Austin by the super metal folks at Industry Printshop.
Pre-order one now for $25 plus shipping in the PiNP Web Shop. Pre-order is open a week, shirts will ship around March 27th.
Photos by Jesse Carmody
This is too good!
“NEWS BREAK- Provocative Photos of Instagram Superhunk Surface!
Los Angeles is a city. A tough city. A city that pulls in young vibrantly ambitious male models, willing to do (literally) anything to make a buck and get their name out. These men are are consistently treated like pieces of hot meat, all the while trading their sexuality in hopes of one day making it “Tracko Big”. “Its sick and its cruel but that’s just the way it goes in this dirty bitch town”, says former sex god & male model turned internet bicycle legand Sheldon Brown. Mr. Hollywood Ultra Romance is no exception to this rule and these new photos are the most recent in a long line of sultry images that have recently popped up.”
Oh… and these Chubby Bobcat T Shirts are for sale too
Check out the other new Team Dream Bicycling Team products while you’re at it:
Seriously, Sean is killing it!