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.
Looking for some fresh summer jerseys? Check out Team Dream’s latest launch, including socks, shirts, jerseys, bibs, and accessories. Everything is Made in the USA and ready to ship. Team Dream offers free shipping on orders over $200 within the USA OR over $400 International, so get together with your friends to place a big order and save some extra cash.
Check out the full launch at Team Dream!
In a different look, Café du Cycliste took to California for their latest lookbook, entitled “Toile de Jouy.” Shooting cycling apparel is not easy but Benedict Campbell did a great job on this shoot. See the lookbook at CdC.
“Legend has it that beyond the 500 metre high city wall, there is a green paradise. Living in the perpetual darkness and fighting for a living on the street, The Underworld Champions fight to escape a dystopian future plagued by the Hydroformers; an elite group hell-bent on industrialisation and containing the last inhabitants of Earth. Armed with whatever they can find, the race is on to find a way out of the urban maze and into the myth. Do you dare join them?”
Death Spray Custom and Morvelo have teamed up again for another classic collection… See it at Morvelo.
Adding to their extensive mountain bike apparel collection, Mission Workshop announces their PNG “pavement and gravel” apparel. Included in this range are bibs, a base layer, a jersey, jacket, and socks. Since this lineup is from Mission, you can expect the same solid construction and detailing as the rest of their products. See the full PNG lineup at Mission Workshop.
So, you think your cycling kit collection is out of hand?
PedalED, makers of Japanese and Italian cycling apparel have launched a robust women’s collection, just in time for summer. The collection features everything from base layers to jackets, socks and caps, all featuring PedalED’s pristine detailing and color palettes. Be sure to check this out, if you’re looking for something new. The women’s collection is live at PedalED.
Team Too Late teamed up with 100 Tacos, the bicycle-powered, vegan taco pop-up cart on a kit, which is now available for pre-order. These are made by Endo Customs in Los Angeles. You can see the bibs, jersey and vest at Team Too Late.
This whole project looks incredible and I love Chas’ explanation of the process.
“I had toyed with the idea of creating a kit for years, but I only work in analog, hand drawing at full scale, so the digital aspect of kit design always halted my efforts. Then Bobby from Endo Customs in LA reach out with a solution. He printed out the kit template full size and sent it my way, after 4 weeks, 11 paint pens, untold jammers and countless hours I sent back the template covered in my art. Here you have a hand drawn kit, expertly rendered into print by Endo customs! I don’t even remember all the little things hidden in this kit, surprises of stoke for years to come!”
You can pre-order this kit, made by Endo Customs in Los Angeles at the NOTCHAS Store.
These kits look so good!
“The Squiggle Inverse Jersey. This jersey is fast, cool and micro meshy. Perfect for long days in the sun with yer pals. Designed by local Austin artist (and pal) Will Bryant, the Squiggle King. Will’s colorfully wacky and slightly irreverent designs are splashed all over our fine city. This jersey in white on black captures the core essence of his aesthetic. Check out more of Will Bryant’s work at Willbryant.com. Made by Endo in the USofA making Canadians seethe with jealousy.
Squiggle Bibs. For squiggly fast fashion & titillatingly tight tan lines. Also black, so you can pair with a rainbow assortment of yer clean jerseys when the squiggle top’s in the wash. Designed by local Austin artist (and pal) Will Bryant, the Squiggle King. Will’s colorfully wacky and slightly irreverent designs are splashed all over our fine city. This jersey in white on black captures the core essence of his aesthetic. Check out more of Will Bryant’s work at Willbryant.com. Made by Endo in America, eh? ”
Pre-order at Beat the Clock and see more photos below.
More Track Bike pays homage to fashion with their new Guccio kit, in black this round…
… and new kits! Be sure to check it out.
What is the Wangaaa Kit? You’ll have to head over to All-City to find out!
I love when two brands come together for a project like this. Cadence is known for their performance cycling kits, for men. Machines for Freedom is known for their exceptional fit and quality kits, for women. So when Cadence wanted to make a kit for women, they contacted Machines for Freedom to supply the fit and performance of their kits with a Dustin Klein-illustrated Cadence design. The result is one of my favorite collaborations this year.
See more photos below and ordering at Cadence.
It’s never too late to enter the kit game, especially with two great introductory designs. Check out what Team Too Late’s got to offer at their web shop.
Photos by Brenton Salo
The Athletic’s new National Collection doesn’t just celebrate the colors of the American flag, but 38 nations total. Head over to the Athletic’s Journal to read what inspired their new kit and check out their stock while you’re there.
Damn! The newest kit design from More Track Bike would look killer riding any bike. Available in a monotone black and grey or single-color white and red, these ENDO Customs-made kits are now up for pre-order at More Track Bike!
I’m digging the latest design from Cadence, the Pulsar Kit. Available in black or orange and in stock now at Cadence.