Posts Tagged ‘SF’
Next week, Mash and Rapha are throwing two events worth hitting up if you’re in SF. The first is the Cutty Cross Cat (flier below) and the second event is All Chips on the Table: The Bicycle Art & Design of Garrett Chow, which will be at the Rapha Cycle Club, post race. I wish I could be in attendance. This looks like a rad time.
See the Cutty Cross Cat flier below.
All of my long sleeve dress shirts are Taylor Stitch and we all know that Mission Workshop makes superior bags. So when these two get together, you know it’ll be good. Here’s the low down on the Dearborn Overshirt:
“The Dearborn Overshirt was the result of a summer project between Mission Workshop and Taylor Stitch. Taylor Stitch is an independent shirt maker, creating new styles of small batch shirts. The Dearborn shirt is the first effort of combining the best aspects of both companies.
Taylor Stitch constructed the garment in San Francisco using traditional and time-proven techniques building a shirt that will hold up under daily abuse with a fit made to cover base layers without being overly bulky.
From Mission Workshop, the Dearborn inherited technical aspects such as 3X Dry® which repels water and stains and aides in wicking off moisture from the skin. It is built from Scoeller’s Turkish cotton with added stretch. The S-spring snaps and underarm eyelets are imported from Germany. And as small detail, the chest pocket is ported for your media.”
Pick one up here. So stoked on this!
Mike Giant is an artist that a lot of cyclists admire. His work has been shown around the world and his love of track bikes and the imagery associated with them pops up in his illustrations frequently. Check out this recent interview with the SF-based artist.
Photo by Dylan Bigby
When Full Frame Collective posts up a photo like this, it’s hard for me to resist the repost. I miss hanging in SF with those guys!