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Mash SF x Izumi Blackened Track Chains

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Mash SF x Izumi Blackened Track Chains

If you’re lookin’ to blacken out your track bike’s drivetrain, check out the newest collaboration with San Francisco’s Mash, who teamed up with Japan’s Izumi on three new chains. Offered in all black (pictured,) black with silver bushings, or black with gold bushings. Check out more at Mash SF.

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Mash SF: Eddy

Mash follows Eddy through the fog, the city and to the coast just in time for sunset in their latest video edit. The opening sequence for this is so good.

Limited Edition MASH Santa Cruz Bicycles Stigmata Framesets

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Limited Edition MASH Santa Cruz Bicycles Stigmata Framesets

The Santa Cruz Stigmata is still to this day one of my favorite ‘cross frames I’ve ever ridden and rightfully so. It’s a rad bike and since its inception, has developed a well deserved cult-like following. Santa Cruz is now supporting Mash’s cyclocross team and they’re helping the racers
generate bikes, race entry fees, and gas, by selling a select number of these limited edition framesets. There are 12 framesets total, leaving some sizes with only one or two pieces.

Proceeds help support the 2016 MASH CX team racing program. Retail is $2,499 with a size run of 52cm – 60cm. Get on over to Mash to check out more details. Personally, I love this design and everything about this.

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Mash SF’s Friends

While making their 10 year video, the guys at Mash always ran into friends on the road or had visitors come in from out of town. Here’s a fun video showcasing some of their talent.

Mash SF: Pizza Ouroboros and Carl

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Mash SF: Pizza Ouroboros and Carl

Mash has new top caps in stock and these three get my top pick, for completely personal reasons. Who can say no to pizza, sacred symbols or great German glass? Swoop up at Mash.

You guys totally beat me to the ouroboros punch!

Mash SF: Cutty Cross Sweat and New Shirts

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Mash SF: Cutty Cross Sweat and New Shirts

Mash has been killing it with product this year and now they’ve got a whole line up of Cinelli collaboration shirts, as well as a few new pieces of their own. I’m particularly partial to the Mash Cutty Cross logo. Head over to Mash to see what’s new.