Posts Tagged ‘accessories’
The guys at Pentabike are back at it and I’m stoked. One of my all-time favorite accessories is back in stock, the Black N Brass Muststach “bar end one-hitter”. I shouldn’t have to explain what makes this bar end so special, but if you need a history lesson, check the archives.
See the full Pentabike line here!
I like simple accessories like this and Peonfx has done a great job here. Scoop up a Ride Cushion here!
Ruckus’ Carbon Access Tool is pretty nifty. I got one in the mail as I was heading out for Australia, so I didn’t get the chance to mess with it but everything about the C.A.T. was spot-on. The dudes at Ruckus have a Kickstarter for the C.A.T., so head over and check that out. Or, if you like bidons, have you seen the Joe Biden bidons?
King Kog has been one of the most successful cycling blogs to come around in the past decade. This shop was one of the first track bike / fixed gear specialty stores in the world and has always delivered great products. Now, they’ve got a new web shop with product photos by JP Bevins.
For the past two days, I’ve been preparing to head back down to Australia for a few weeks. Lauren is there, working again and so I get to spend some more time with my bestest mates. As I was packing this morning, I noticed some color-coordination happening and thought I’d take a minute to shoot these two photos.
These are all products I use and wear on a daily basis. With all the “what kind of _____ is that?” I experience, let me break it down:
I won’t even begin to lay out all the orange and camo gear I have…
After Paul went through an entire batch of these at Interbike, they decided to make another run for those who couldn’t be in Vegas. You can now pick up one of these fancy rasta openers at Paul.
Plugging your bars is of the utmost importance, especially if you ride fast and loose. These new oak bar plugs from Lone Wolf Cycling should do just fine. That and they’ll plug your bottle of bourbon! Swoop here!
Here’s a video showcasing that cool tool roll I posted about earlier this week, the Nutter.
Look, camouflage is very “in” at the moment, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Easton would make a few rolls of this bar tape for promo purposes. I keep telling them to put the pattern into production but for some reason, they’re hesitant. Regardless, I managed to get my hands on a few boxes of the stuff and I want to give them away.
Want to win a free roll of this special edition Easton Cycling camo bar tape? The rules are simple. Go for a ride (in the city, the woods, gravel, dirt, mud, wherever), hide your bike in a creative way, take a photo on Instagram, tag #HideYourBikeInPlainSight (I know it’s a long one), then @ reply / follow both @Easton_Cycling and @JohnProlly.
You can add as many photos as you want…
Come Monday, I’ll pick the winner and ship you a roll!