I really have to commend Giro on the Spring 2014 New Road Women’s line. When I first saw it at Eurobike, it really impressed me. Not only did they keep a similar style as the men’s line with the same colors and silhouettes, but they made garments specifically for women. Holler Jen!
Here are two videos from the Spring 2014 lookbook shoot, one of which is an interview with Kelli Samuelson on cycling apparel for women. After all the talk I heard from the female consumer market when the men’s first season dropped, I hope it’s received well. They really went all in on this line.
Keep an eye on Giro for more!
Nice videos Chris!
Now that’s my kind of kit! Mash SF has a bunch of new items stocked in their web shop, including these new black on black bibs, jerseys and wind vests. Check out more at Mash!
One of my favorite photographers, Emiliano Granado of Manual for Speed and Yonder Journal, recently shot a lookbook for NY-based reflective garment company ICNY. While the lookbook focuses on running and running apparel, ICNY’s products are perfect for cycling.
See more products at ICNY and the lookbook at their blog.
Photo by Chris Lee
King Kog has some new shirts for sale. Surely you can never have too many Black Flag flips? Scoop one up at King Kog!
This is amazing. Technically, it’s not meant for sitting. This wallaby hair saddle is going on one of Mick’s client’s dirt jumpers. Check out more photos at Busyman!
I’ve always wanted a Chris King tamper, but never had the use for one. A good espresso machine is way out of my budget and besides, I like socializing at coffee shops and supporting the business. I’m lucky to have two shops close by here in Austin, one of which being the Brew & Brew. It’s a half beer, half coffee bar and it just so happened they were in need of a new tamper.
Last week, I brought them a brand new red Chris King Tamper (thanks guys!) and yesterday, during the full nuke sunset, I went by to shoot photos of Megan, the barista using it. I can’t promise epicness, or bikes, but the tamper is damn fine.
Did I mention they have all the colors of the campione del mondo in stock now?
Check out more below!
I really love this concept: wind direction placed in a pattern over a cycling kit. It looks damn good and Cadence now how the entire Airflow Kit, including their collaboration Spy Sunglasses in stock now! Head over to Cadence for the details.
Those are two pieces I’d love to have but I’d just hang the bars on my wall. Defgrip interviewed Caesy Oney from Draught Dry Goods and I found it to be a great read. Mostly because I’ve never even heard of his brand before. Seriously though, that duffel!
Check out the full interview at Defgrip and shop now at Draught.
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!
It ain’t easy hitting trails with a Viking Blazer. Remember: if you aren’t crashing, you’re not going fast enough. Drop one of these on your backpack, bar bag, saddle bag or jean jacket. Artwork by Kyler Martz!
Patches are 3″ wide, iron-on, crafted with care in the USA and will cost you $7 shipped to the USA and $8 shipped worldwide. Expect shipments to leave Austin in two weeks!
Sorry, sold out!