Photos by Matt Lingo
Leader has a new carbon fiber track frameset coming out, dubbed the EQNX and a new cycling kit, designed by Dustin Klein and made by ENDO dropping around the same time. Be on the look out for both this fall and check out the lookbook here.
It’s been in the 50′s every morning up in the mountains of Vermont where I’m staying even though last week it was in the upper 90′s. As I was packing for this trip, at the last minute, I grabbed my Endo Customs wind vest and tossed it into my duffle. This one in particular is the Tracko splinter camo design, which came out ridiculously rad.
The thing about vests is they keep your core warm, without overheating you like a jacket and they’ll pack away into a jersey pocket with ease. The Endo vests have three pockets, vented sides and a large zipper pull that’s easily found through full finger gloves. I’ve only used it a few times and I’ve got no complaints. It fits better than other gilets or vests I’ve used, especially when coupled with Endo kits.
Really, the only bummer is, you can’t buy it direct from Endo, you have to wait until someone sells a design as part of a kit. Winter is coming and I think I’ve got a pretty rad idea for my next kit run, so stay tuned!
Kits, kits and more kits. The GSC kit redux is now available for pre-order. Check out more information at Tracko and pre-order yours here.
Photos by Kyle Kelley
Jesse Carmody’s cold brew coffee company PUMP has a new jersey out. In the spirit of the Tour and the beloved KOM jersey, the POM, or Pumped on Mountains jersey is right at home in Southern California as much as it is on your home terrain. Pre-order one now by emailing PUMP and check out more photos at Jesse’s Flickr.
Photo by Bo Bickerstaff
Thanks for being patient everyone. As you can imagine, this time of year is busy for ENDO. The kits are almost done. I’m leaving town (again) for a few weeks and will return on the 6th of August to Austin, where I’ll ship the kits out as soon as I’m home. Realistically, you’ll have the kits on the 10th of August for domestic orders.
Seriously, the support this round was incredible. Thank you and all hail the Necronomicog.
Nice one from TCB Courier in support of their new kit pre-order!
“When we’re not busy on the streets, you can find the riders of TCB keeping it real and always looking it fresh in SF. Support us in raising money for a new cargo bike by picking up a TCB kit, so we can bring more food to you faster! The kit, produced by Endo Customs, is available now in our web store at tcbcourier.bigcartel.com. Pre-order ends June 30th!”
Photos by Heather McGrath
The long-awaited Cat 1 for Fun, Geekhouse Bikes and Cuppow! Club kits are now available for pre-order. These Endo Customs explosions of radness are made by Endo Customs and are guaranteed to enable you to have fun on the bike.
Best of all, if you can’t fork out the money for a kit, Geekhouse also has a cap, bottles and a sock pre-order and they’re made by Defeet (Aireator Hi-Top), the best socks around!
Pre-order your dose of fun at Geekhouse!
After much demand, TCB Courier has opened up a pre-order for their Endo Customs kits. Head over to scoop one up today! The pre-order ends June 30th…
Photo by Bo Bickerstaff
I’m closing the pre-order Friday evening, compiling the orders and sending the money to Endo for production. If you’ve already ordered your kit, thanks so much for the support and if you haven’t do so now! I was planning on doing a little promo video this week but someone stole my kit…
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.
Check out more photos below…