… and here we are again, watching Italian men made beautiful Colnago C60 frames!
… and I’m stoked to be getting a bike designed by him this year. I first was introduced to Geoff’s work when I used to skateboard religiously, as I’m sure many of you did at one point. Who else had those McFetridge Vandals?
In the 90′s, when skateboarding and larger names like Nike began to look to artists to revitalize their brands, Geoff’s work inspired me. Even in my 30′s I still love seeing what he’s been up to.
Looking good dude and I love seeing race numbers hanging in studios like this.
So, the other day, I’m thinking I need to buy a Garmin mount for my new Argonaut, but I didn’t want a plastic one. After seeing the K-Edge mounts all over, but having never owned one, I thought, what the hell, a balleur mount for a balleur bike.
This is a totally random post, but after spending some time at the K-Edge site, I really admire what they’re doing. Buying made in the USA – or any domestically-produced – accessory like this keeps an industry alive and keeps people employed. I’m ok with that.
Check out K-Edge‘s offerings at their site and ask your local bike shop to carry them!
This project was so rad…
“To celebrate the launch of the S2R performance jersey, Search and State commissioned Joseph Holway to deliver the first garment sewn from New York to Golden Saddle Cyclery in Los Angeles. Joseph completed the 3,000 mile journey in 21 days, alone and unsupported.”
Go, go, go Search and State!
The Radavist features a lot of frame builders, but few are as world-renown as Colnago and yes, they still make frames, by hand in Italy.
I wish I had a team of cycling shoes-wearing ninjas to fix my flats. Although, I suppose I don’t have a cute pup and a kick-ass Wald basket. Portland Design Works always has the best videos and this one for their Ninja™ Pump kicks the ass of flats.
Oh man… This is pretty good.
Look, this is way too artsy for me normally, but it’s been a long day and I’ve been there before. Granted, my lady didn’t spin away on a kick-ass made in the USA titanium cruiser!
Dutch frame company Primarius put together a video promoting their new road racer. Check out a few studio shots of the bike below.