Jeff is by far my favorite mountain bike ripper to watch. He’s got such a creative style and incredible bike control. Here he is shredding in Telluride. The colors of those mountains are something else… Enjoy the weekend!
Have you ever thought about riding your bicycle through the vintage backroads of Slovenia and Northern Italy? Of course. But it hasn’t happened yet, right? I’m not going to pry, we all have our reasons. However, I wanted to let you know that the folks at Dust Lust are trying to make it easier to turn those thoughts into action.
They put this video together to show you just how much fun you’ve been missing and to get you hyped on their events for 2017, of which we are told there will be three. While some of the dates are still unknown–how thrilling how exciting–we’ve been assured that the last Saturday in October will be a major dust up! If you’re keen then keep checking their site.
Stoked to see Missy get some attention from the Pro’s Closet Museum Series. Don’t miss this one!
Japanese cartoons, or Anime, cover a wide variety of subject matters, including cycling. Check out this short video showcasing the history of these movies.
I love well thought-out campware and while sometimes they can get a bit cumbersome, this new Full Windsor product looks really well designed. Check out more on the Muncher at their Kickstarter.
From time to time, brands produce some content that is just too good to redirect you, the readers of this site over to their viewing platform. Are we greedy like that? Maybe. See why for yourself below! (more…)
I don’t even know what to say here, other than THANK YOU JEN AND MAX! Check out the photos from this trip at From Clouds to Cacti, in case you haven’t already.
Having been in development for over three years, MOSKITO is a bicycle speedometer that works on both your wrist and bike. By using three modes, MOSKITO can be tailored to either operate as a traditional watch with classic Swiss stylings, or a comprehensive cycling speedometer. With compatibility with Strava, it’ll even record your route and essential information. For extra tuning your data, or setting up the unit’s Bluetooth settings, simply use the MOSKITO App on your smartphone. Each MOSKITO is handmade in Switzerland, a country that knows a few things about precision and is available in a KM/H or M/H face. Plus, they look great on a NATO band.
Pricing begins at CHF 535 or around $526 USD. See more at the MOSKITO Kickstarter.