Our friends at Dangle Supply know how to celebrate 4.20. This year’s drop includes a few new pieces, including the massive, tabletop Big Ripper, or the small, dugout one-hitter the Lil Slugger. See all this and more at Dangle Supply and remember to enjoy 4.20 responsibly!
State’s Klunkers got some love over here earlier this month and while we thought for sure the Moné collab would be the pinnacle, we were wrong.
Yep, State teamed up with the official Grateful Dead on a complete capsule collection including jerseys, accessories, and two Klunker models. Here’s a sample of this collab, to see the full (acid) drop, head to State Bicycle Co…
Iozzio Cycles, makers of the ingenious one-hitter dugout that lives in your steerer tube (1 1/8″ and 1″) dubbed the Shotgun, have developed a new product called the Strikeout which includes a refillable butane match, a replaceable flint, and one-hitter. Find out how you can win the first production Strikeout and help out Food with Fam, a NYC-based non-profit below.
It’s almost autumn and it’s very much hunting season across the USA, so make sure you’re danglin’ some high-vis while riding in the woods! Might we suggest the Field Mag Dangle Bong Blaze™, the latest collaboration from our friends at Dangle Supply and Field Mag. These water pipes come in at $169.69 and are limited to 50 pieces.
Field Mag and Dangle Supply will donate 10% of total profits directly to the Last Prisoner Project, a Denver, Colorado-based organization working to decriminalize marijuana and free prisoners of color who are disproportionately served with unjust sentences for nonviolent cannabis offenses.
Matt bought this classic Fisher MTB frame for $50 with the hopes of having a good ’round towner. Like all bikes, it’s going through various iterations over the years, with what you’re seeing now being the most current and arguably the best. I guess it depends how the parts bin and jewelry box are lookin’ ya know?
It’s 4.20 today and every year, we enjoy seeing what our favorite brands do in celebration of this 100% natural herbal oblation to the weed gods. Cadence has its “Bonk Rips” pack, featuring a jersey, base layer, neck gaiter, bibs, and a hoodie with a subtle print. Head on over to Cadence to check it out in detail.
Iozzio Cycles, the brand that made their launch with those skewer lights, just launched a new accessory, for the 420-minded cyclists out there. The Shotgun is a dugout one-hitter, which allows owners in states were marijuana is legal to stash their flower in a compartment and a ceramic pipe in an adjacent compartment. When you want to take a break, simply smash the pipe into the flower and light up. These only come anodized in green but should fit all modern CX, road, and MTB forks with 1-1/8 steerer tubes, cost $89 and are in stock now at Iozzio.
Casey from Mars Cycles always brings bikes with personality. For the Philly Bike Expo this year, he brought this fatbike, with an all-over logo paint job, and one of those Iozzio stem cap one-hitters the brand is calling the ‘shotgun‘. I dunno about you but I love everything about this bike!
Team Dream took their VW Squareback up to the Angeles Crest to document their new Tie Dye collection with the ENDO CNCPT Team. If this video gets your vintage VW juices flowin’ check out the photos I shot last year when we featured Sean’s Cannondale. The ENDO CNCPT kit is coming July 11th to Teamdreambicyclingteam.com.
Ride safe, y’all.
Check out this 4.20 limited edition kit from the guys at State.
Alan from Cycling WMD ups the ante with his latest creation: the Reefer Rack. Like his Hail Satan Porteur, this jammin’ creation is hand made in Alan’s studio. Each tube is mitered and welded together to form the shaka and the pot leaf. Personally, I think this is fucking incredible…
So, how much for one? You guessed it: $420. See more at Cycling WMD.
I caught this last week but never got around to posting it. Destroy have been working on these stem cap pipes for your BMX / FGFS. Check out more details here.
This. Cannot. Wait. Until. Tuesday. All hail the Mighty BONGRIPPER. This album has been my absolute favorite since its release in 2010. If you’ve been hiding under a fucking rock, check out my original Tuesday Teardown review of Satan Worshipping Doom here and in celebration of 4.20, crank this shit up! The rest of the set from Roadburn is below, along with the entire album, embedded.
Yes, tomorrow is 4.20 and coincidentally, I’ll have some new products in the Web Shop. So don’t blow all your green on green.