We’re busy over here, working on the new web shop that will launch November 1st. Included in the product list are these new jerseys, made in Los Angeles by Endo Customs. We’ve got a whole bunch of other products in queue as well, so stay tuned, and keep watch for the launch on November 1st…
Made in Los Angeles, by ENDO and designed to enable you to carry lots of stuff, the Fridge cargo bibs look great, in black (pictured), or royal blue and are available for pre-order now. Head to the Fridge for more information.
ENDO dropped off our jersey order yesterday and I’ll spend the weekend packing everything up. Domestic orders should have received an email notification with their tracking numbers this morning. Due to the number of orders, I won’t be able to drop them off at the post office until Monday, so don’t fret if your tracking isn’t updated. International orders will go out Tuesday.
Thanks again for your support and patience!
After all the requests, I’ve decided to open up the Radavist Discharged Kit for pre-order tomorrow. It’ll run for only a week and should be delivered by the beginning of July. You’ll be able to order bibs, arm warmers and the jersey all separately, or all together. Hopefully this quells everyone’s need for an all-black kit and as always, thanks for the support.
The pre-order will open tomorrow at noon CST and will be open all week, until Monday, the 15th.
Photo by Ace Carretero
As part of the “Beer Suit” series, CBNC got David Flores to design an ENDO skinsuit based on his unique style. Speaking of style, meet Mel, she’s one rad lady and she just so happens to do my vinyl decals. Mel is just one of the CBNC team riders, head over to Ace’s Flickr to meet the rest. That Greg is sure dreamy!
Ok. I just want this photo to be on the front page of the site forever. Geekhouse’s ‘cross kits were a huge hit this year so they decided to put up a pre-order for those who are interested in adding a few pieces to their cycling wardrobe. They look damn good. Adria really did a great job!
Unfortunately, no one will look as rad as Cait but you can still pre-order at Geekhouse.
I took a step back over to my laptop for the first time since Wednesday to post this. Why? Because it rules and running pre-orders like this allows everyone to get a chance to pick up something that might sell out before you get the chance to scoop. Kyle’s a great friend and he’s been a huge inspiration to me, as well as a lot of you (I’d assume). Support Tracko by ordering this kit for the holidays!
Pre-order through December 2nd and after that, I doubt that any of this will ever be available again.
When Kyle first made his Save the Track Bike! buttons for the 2010 NAHBS, I doubt he thought it’d take off like it has. For 2013, he’s working on a few STTB products and while I was in LA, I took a few photos of them. The kit looks great and the musette ain’t too shabby either. More info to come…