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Chas’ Team TCB LOW ‘Cross Bike

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Chas’ Team TCB LOW ‘Cross Bike

For SF’s TCB Courier, the busy summer months aren’t easy with all their deliveries yet the hustle and bustle of a day to day life of a bike messenger aids itself well for staying in shape. Especially come ‘cross season. This year, the team will be racing on the new LOW ‘cross frames. These frames are decorated with blue and orange paint, with each bottom bracket stamped with the racer’s name.

Made in house by Andrew, painted in San Francisco and designed from months upon months of PR&D from the guys on TCB, these bikes have been a project in the making for over a year. Personally, I love seeing two local companies working together like this. While it may seem like an easy move, both parties have worked their asses off to get to this point.

Real recognize real… Be on the look out for these bikes at the Bay Area ‘cross races this season. Oh and Chas, they left of the “H” in your last name!

If you’re a local, roll through City + County Bicycle Co tomorrow to check these out in person.

TCB Courier’s Spring Kits are Lookin’ Good!

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TCB Courier’s Spring Kits are Lookin’ Good!

SF’s TCB Courier always delivers when it comes to their kit offerings. This spring, they went in a lighter direction, using dots and stripes in various pastels. Their pre-order is available in a total kit, including arm warmers, vest, jersey and bibs, or as individual pieces for men and women. Made in downtown LA by ENDO Customs. Head over to TCB to see more.

Boda Boda NYC and TCB Courier ACAB Shirts

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Boda Boda NYC and TCB Courier ACAB Shirts

All cops are bastards?
All cabs are bastards?
All couriers are bastards?

Boda Boda NYC and TCB Courier – that’s East Coast and West Coast – have teamed up on a limited run of shirts, designed by Tom Guenther and literally flying off the shelves now. Head on over to TCB Courier to swoop!

TCB Courier: Rubber Side Down Long Sleeve

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TCB Courier: Rubber Side Down Long Sleeve

I see this shirt and I immediately think of Irate, Terror, Bane and other east coast hardcore bands of the 90’s. Seriously, the east ruled HxC in those days! I’m just stoked to see the spirit and the somewhat questionable design choices living on in modern times with shirts like this. Kick it up and keep that rubber side down with TCB Courier!