I’ve said numerous times in the past that I’m really stoked on Team Dream Bicycling Team. So stoked that I worked with Sean on an extensive PiNP collaboration kit, beginning with these Pream Team Viking Socks! Made by DeFeet in North Carolina, these socks are $15 a pair and in stock now at Team Dream Bicycling Team!
Over the years, I’ve found the simpler the collaboration, the better and there’s nothing more simple than a belt. When I met Mark from Topo Designs, we began talking about doing a product together. After I saw the Web Belts in their stock room, I knew exactly what we should produce.
Oakland’s own Cedar Cycling has a sale up on Huckberry right now. I’ve posted Huckberry sales multiple times here on the site and this sale in particular is worth the sign-up and click-through. The merino baselayers and PiNP jersey are discounted, so head on over to Huckberry to take advantage of the discount.
This one came way out of left field but it looks great! Outlier and Vans collaborated on the Submarine Bedford sneaker:
“One of the dirty little secrets behind Outlier is just how committed we are to delivering value to our customers. We love working with the best materials (which are often very expensive) so it’s not always obvious, but we’re always pushing to deliver incredible quality at the best possible price. So when we got an opportunity to work with Vans on a shoe… well damn, not only did a lot of us grow up wearing Vans, but it was also a chance to make a great shoe at a really accessible price, so we didn’t hesitate.
Outlier meets Vans, the Supermarine Bedford. Water resistant Supermarine Cotton®, stainless steel hardware, pigskin cupped insoles, and of course a Vans OTW vulcanized waffle sole. $90. Available now. WWW.OUTLIER.CC/VANS“
Looks like the project that Dustin from Cadence has been working on with artist PEZ has finally launched!
“Cadence is proud to announce the exclusive release of special collaborative project with PEZ.
PEZ is a prominent street artist and deeply rooted figure in San Francisco cycling and messenger culture.
Honored by the opportunity to work with PEZ we wanted to share his story with those who may have yet to hear about him.For the next three weeks we will release an episode on PEZ which we hope sheds some light on his influence and involvement in cycling and graffiti cultures.
Pez x Cadence T includes original PEZ pin and or sticker. Available now!”
I know what you’re thinking: “this helmet is going to be $800.” Well, it’s not. To raise awareness of bicycle safety, artist Kaws teamed up with Bern, the New Museum and the Safe Streets Fund to design a run of 500 Watts Helmets. You can pre-order one now for $80, at the New Museum and expect it mid-June.
Melbourne’s Dirty Deeds CX league is something I’ve yet to experience in person. Once a rogue group of riders hitting trails in unsanctioned races is now a full blown ‘cross league. Pick up one of these Creux collaborative jerseys here.
Since most of my products usually sell out within minutes, I made sure Cedar Cycling made enough of our collaboration Merino Jersey. We still have stock and after a lot of demand, are taking wholesale orders for shops.
Contact Neil at Cedar Cycling directly for wholesale or pick up one of these rad jerseys in the PiNP Web Shop. Everyone has been incredibly supportive and most importantly, very impressed with these!
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Prolly is not Probably started in 2006 in Brooklyn, New York. For over 6 years it has thrived as John Watson, the sole author, documents multiple facets of cycling. With the boom of urban cycling, Prolly is Not Probably has grown to be the number one blog for the culture surrounding it. In recent years, a large push for original content has spawned a steady flow of photosets, profiles and portraits.
Known for his A Day in 10 Photos, Merckx Mondays, Recent Roll, Shop Visits, and Beautiful Bicycles features, John continues to document bicycles of all kinds and his daily life through photos. Over the years, Prolly is Not Probably has been cited in the New York Times, COG Magazine, Urban Velo and other notable publications. In March of 2011, John moved to Austin, Texas where he continues to cover a cross section of cultural influences.