Photos by Heather McGrath
I can’t see a pattern like that and not be reminded about Mark Rogowski Gator skate decks! Stephen’s Geekhouse Mudville Cross is so wicked. See more of this beast at the Geekhouse blog.
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!
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!
I actually like the process photos from Firefly more so than the studio shots on projects like this. At first glance, this masking detail is something you might miss, right? See more at the Firefly Flickr!
Photo by Jacob Rader
These came out so good!
“The Tracko “Not so” Winter Cap was designed by Adria Klora and constructed by Pace Sportswear, both located here in Sunny Southern California. We used Pace’s four panel design with the mini visor. We also opted for the KoolFit® Elastic Sweatband, instead of the traditional Euro-style cotton taping to actually keep the sweat out of your eyes when riding.”
Scoop one at Tracko.
Chrome’s popular Reflective Camo line has just been updated:
“Our second issue of Reflective Camo is an updated version of how Chrome does camo. For this edition, we found a Swedish M90 geometric camo, and overlaid a rain camo print with a special glass bead finish, which reflects light from up to 100 feet. During the day, these bags appear as Swedish geometric “M90” camo and at night the appearance in light is a reflective rain camo. Developed in limited quantities, the Victor, Citizen and Barrage are available in our versatile Chrome Reflective Camo 2nd Issue. Made in USA. Guaranteed for Life. Deceptively safe.”
Check out the full line at Chrome.
Velocity has been manufacturing rims in Florida since last year and here’s how it’s done, in just over a minute.
Sure, the socks are great (really!) but I can’t get over how incredible Tenspeed Hero’s product photos are – I love this as an image. There are now five new models of La Girafe Sportif socks available on the site. So, if you’re low on socks, or just in a compulsive sock-acquisition mode, head over to Tenspeed Hero and see more.
Well, technically they’re Thomson-designed, Lynskey-manufactured frames but it’s still rad if you ask me! The Elite 275 (clever name) is the first to the spotlight, followed by the Elite 29, a singlespeed 29r that comes with a Rohloff Option and a Thomson singlespeed drivetrain. Eventually, there will be the Elite Gravel road bike, which is, as you might have guessed, for off-road action.
Other developments include the new Thomson Pave Post, for road, cross and other drop-bar bikes that get some time in the dirt.
You will even be able to visit their facilities in Macon, Georgia and give them a test ride.
Check out more information at Thomson.
Photos by Shannon Ayres
Wow. Just wow. I have nothing else to say… Chris Bishop once again delivers an exceptionally-classic and tasteful track bike. Brian is one lucky dude. Check out more photos at the Bishop Flickr!