Dustin Klein tackles a question that just about everyone who works in cycling media has been asked at one point or another, “is a $600 bike worth it?”
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!
In the latest episode of “Everything’s Been Done,” Dustin’s vlog, he catches up with LA Sweat Owner Kelli Samuelson.
If you’ve ever wanted to start a brand and venture out on your own, here’s a great video explaining how Cadence-founder Dustin Klein made it to where he is today.
Dustin Klein from Cadence and Klum House recently finished another bicycle embellishment project with fledgling builder Smith Levi of Rat King Frames from Oakland. I’ll leave the rest up to Dustin to explain, since he does such a great job! Read on below.
Check out Dustin’s and other’s hand-painted shoes at Giro’s blog.
Ever wonder how Dustin Klein of Cadence likes to spend his free time? Here’s a look inside Klum House, a place for makers.
If you live in Portland and have always wanted to use a bicycle frame as a canvas, now’s your chance. Dustin Klein is leading a course at the Klum House on “Bike Embellishment.” For $45 he’ll teach you how to customize a frame and showcase his process. If you’re interested, sign up at Klum House.