Now in 47t or 49t! PLEASE READ DETAILS BELOW
A high-quality designer track bicycle chainring with a unique tooth profile designed for maximum engagement and minimal wear. Manufactured in Peabody, Massachusetts, USA, from certified 6061-T6 aluminum plate stock. These chainrings are fully CNC machined. All edges (front and rear) are machine broken with a 45-degree 0.010-in deep chamfer. Product is packaged in brown paper with a QC certification label and number, and shipped USPS Priority Mail.
+Bolt Circle Diameter: 144-mm
+Number of Teeth: 47 or 49
+Supported Chain Type: 1/8-in Track/BMX
+Material: Anodized 6061-T6 Aluminum
+Finish: Black or Clear Anodized
Now shipping internationally!!
Price $88 + $8 domestic FLAT RATE PRIORITY / $22 international FLAT RATE PRIORITY shipping.
IN STOCK NOW AT THE PINP WEB SHOP
*Our cost went up on these chainrings considerably and we decided to ONLY ship FLAT RATE PRIORITY due to slow shipping times in the past. We apologize for the increase in cost.
You know me, I have a softspot for purple and for Speedvagens. Vanilla just posted up these photos from their 2012 Surprise Me cross bike paint scheme and it’s amazing. Head over to their Flickr for more!
Mission Workshop is going to have a pop up shop at Golden Saddle Cyclery, beginning this Friday with the opening party. This looks like it’ll be fun. So much fun that I’m flying out for this party and soak in some SoCal Cross!
BEER BEER BEER bourbon
Alfred was one of the first bike messengers I saw in action in NYC that made me realize some people were born to ride a track bike. He’s fast and flows two steps ahead of traffic in any situation. Put him in the mix to race Monster Track and he’ll surprise you.
Check out Alfred’s cap at the Winged Store!
Swift Industries is having a pop up shop and video premiere at Velo Cult this Friday! Be there.
Well, I didn’t but the man interviewed in this documentary probably did if you’ve ever had one stolen in DC. I wasn’t going to post this at first, but it’ll be worth the watch!
Acre, a subdivision of Mission Workshop, went on a maiden journey earlier this year. This journey took photographer Dan Barham along, to shoot the Swiss and French Alps, test out the gear as well as his own abilities as a rider and a photographer. In short, to Wander. You can read, view and watch the journey unfold as part of the Acre journal now.
See more at Acre!
Click on the above photo to launch the gallery, or here to open in a new tab.
Portland’s Amanda Sundvor knows how to throw a party almost as much as she knows how to throw a race. Especially an outdoor race. In the middle of winter. In Portland! I think it’s amazing that people actually showed up, threw down $5 and raced around a freezing cold pump track and had a blast doing it. If anything, it’s a testament to how people just want to get rad year round. That’s a race party!
When I found out about the event (sorry I forgot to post the flier), I asked Brenton Salo to get out and shoot some photos. At this point, Brenton is like my Portland connection when it comes to events. If you see that man around town, buy him a coffee or a glass of whiskey!
Check out more from the Dirty Doubles Pumpish Track Race below!
I’ve been wearing a lot of the fall 2013 New Road line recently on both my road and MTB. The favorite being that rad Insulated Vest. Before the launch, earlier this year the Giro team headed to Minneapolis to shoot the product photos and video. If you look closely you might see some Handsome fellas in there.
Being from North Carolina, you don’t have to tell me about the Wright brothers’ legacy. First in Flight! Here’s a little-known factoid though: the Wright brothers actually owned a bike shop in their day. So seeing this homage to them coming from Shinola isn’t at all surprising. Back then, the bicycle was the way of life, before the auto took over…
“Shinola introduces The Wright Brothers™ Limited Edition Runwell bicycle, created to honor the Wrights’ incredible contribution to America’s history of innovation and industry. Few urban bikes are better looking, smoother riding and easier shifting than our classically-styled Runwell with its 11-speed internal hub and disc brakes. Our 25 Limited Edition The Wright Brothers™ Runwell marries the enduring style and predictable handling of our American-made lugged steel frame and fork with a gloss black finish, sleek bamboo fenders, and a Torpedo battery operated headlamp. The Wright Brothers™
Limited Edition Bicycle will be available for purchase on Shinola.com, and at the Shinola flagship stores in Detroit and New York City, on December 10th, 2013.”
Check out more photos below, including the Wright Brothers’ edition watches.