This morning Chrome Industries announced its new Pedal and Pro Series footwear, equipped with an exclusive rubber outsole from legendary Panaracer Tires. The launch video alone is worth the mention! Check it out above and see all the models at Chrome.
With a bag design for just about anyone’s requirements, the Modal Collection from chrome features slingpacks, backpacks, and even a duffel. See the full lineup at Chrome.
To coincide with the events surrounding the Chris King Open House in Portland, Chrome’s head office in Portland pulled together four custom bags that were on display in their Portland Hub. Each bag was made in one of the Chrome Hubs. The stores are located in Brooklyn, Chicago, Seattle and SF. Each store has a bag repair department and the sewer there made the custom bag from recycled materials.
Now, Chrome reached out to see if the readers of the Radavist would like to win one of these bags. All you’ve gotta do is head to Chrome and sign up for the giveaway! See more details below.
This weekend is the Chris King Open House, an event open to the public for free. Coinciding with the open house are these two parties, beginning Friday night at the Chrome Hub, following up on Saturday is a party at the Athletic. See you there!
Living legend John Cardiel escapes the city to spend some time in the woods to promote his new Chrome collection.
Portland-based Dustin Klein gets some much-deserved love from Chrome in the form of various apparel and portage options. The entire collection looks great, so shoot over to Chrome to check it out!
This Saturday, June 9th, Dustin Klein is leading a group ride from the Chrome Portland location, finishing back at the Chrome Hub for a premier of the “It’s Getting There” short film and free refreshments.
Roll out at 11:00 am
Finish approximately 2:30pm
Chrome Portland Hub
425 SW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Japanese dancehall dons, Mighty Crown teamed up with skateboarding and cycling star John Cardiel for a Chrome collaboration ORP backpack that breaches the lines of this underground music scene. These packs are in stock now at Chrome and be sure to read all about it at the Chrome Blog.
… and now they can have a MUSA Chrome knife roll!
When Chrome began in Boulder, Colorado in 1995, they only had a few employees who did everything from answering the phones to salvaging parts in junkyards. Now Chrome is located in Chico and for their Heritage Collection, it’s very much still hands-on.
Chrome and REI came together with a selection of contemporary artists and matching them with charities for a custom frame auction. It’s called Frames for Good. The proceeds of each frame will be donated to a charity of each artists’ choosing. The auction begins April 27th at 6:00pm EST to May 7th at 6:00pm EST, so head to Frames for Good to see more.
Mike is a NY firefighter who rides his track bike to work every day and was recently featured for the Streets of Chrome series.
Here’s that full length video from Team Cinelli Chrome, featuring clips from Red Hook Crit, a factory tour and interviews with the riders.
Team Cinelli Chrome has teamed up with longtime saddle manufacturer on a custom Concor saddle. Available now at the Winged Store.
Chrome introduces their new Pro Series bags, designed by messengers, for messengers.
Hey Minneapolis, make sure you head over to the new Chrome space this weekend for the official opening party and give my girl Amanda a high-five!
This is just a trailer, but it’s looking pretty good!
“7 riders, a year-long season, 10+ races, 2 wheels, 1 gear ratio, 1 passion, tons of friends, fun, laughts, beers toasted and hours training and chasing the dream all around the world!
Alfred Bobé Jr.
We’ve already taken a peek at the new Chrome Warm products, so here’s a video further explaining the new outerwear inspired cycling lineup.