Since the last run of the Endo Customs-made Necronomicog kits, I’ve received a ton of emails asking to do another run. Well, you’ve got a month to pre-order this time.
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I had to swing by Icarus Frames ( @IcarusFrames ) today to pick up a few things and while I was there, I got to see some of his latest handywork. This cross frame is heading up to Boston and while the customer didn’t want anything too fancy, Ian added some clean detailing. The fork will be an ENVE cross and it’ll be heading out to paint shortly. Part of me really loves seeing a frame in this state but a good coat of paint always brings out the details.
Check out a few more shots below.
Gibranos, aka Woof has one of the nicest rides in Jakarta (believe me, that’s saying a lot!) and he isn’t afraid to get rad. Check out more at Woof Jakarta.
To show a little hometeam pride, MASH made a small run of these SF Giants cycling caps. If you’re a fan, you better swoop now!
In addition to all the new track frame offerings Dosnoventa has been serving up recently, today they released the Helsinki SSCX. Tapered fork, oversized aluminum tubing and those fat stays outta make for one stiff ride. Check out more details at Dosnoventa.
SF Sprints is coming up June 8th, so if you’re in town, roll through. See more details here.
Sorry for the slow morning. I had to go ride this morning to shake off the jetlag. While I was jamming out with some friends, I wore my new TSH Shark Tooth Cap. As I sat at the top of one of the steepest climbs in Austin, I couldn’t help but appreciate its radness. Now, I am no hero but TSH’s products make me smile. That’s worth something.
The radness continues with the new Tenspeed Heroisms: the LA GIRAFE SPORTIVE and the HÉLICOPTÈRE are bringing more of that much-needed playfulness to cycling.
Macaframa put together a nice video recap from the 2013 Ride + Style in SF and it’s worth the watch!
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This bike was a huge hit when I first posted it back in January. Kevin took his new Cinelli Mash track bike to West Coast Hydrographix for a appliqué of Real Tree camo. I got to see this bike in person yesterday and had to shoot some photos of it. Check out more detail photos in the gallery!
Photos by John Daniel Reiss
As previously-stated, yesterday I rode with Chas in Golden Gate Park. Which if I lived in SF, would be a daily staple in my riding routine. There’s something completely ironic about a camo cycling kit but it works exceptionally well on the new Endo Customs-made TCB Courier kits and yes, they look completely rad in person too.
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Right now, this bike has no stories to share, save for its tale of a birth from torch and steel but in a year, it’ll have many miles under its saddle. John’s randonneur is the latest from Royal H Cycles. See the full set here.