I’m loving this new shirt from the Foot Down:
“When Jean-Luc Godard released À bout de souffle in 1960 he proved that rules meant absolutely nothing. His Nouvelle Vague masterpiece shook cinema, Michel, the central character, lived on the edge and there’s where we should live too.
Vivre dangereusement… jusqu’au bout (Live dangerously until the end)”
Scoop one up here!
Sean from Team Dream has one of the sickest vans and he knows how to live!
“I always wondered what a bike rack on top of my VW van would look like, so my friend James McClung created this reference image for me. The boys at Golden Saddle Cyclery and I liked the drawing so much we decided it would be best to make it a t-shirt for Team Dream & GSC!”
Pick up one of these awesome tees at Golden Saddle Cyclery! My LA homies are killing it!
You’ve gotta see more photos here.
Look, I know I said that it would stay open until Saturday, but I’ve sold wayyyyy too many already (for me to ship). Thanks for the support, but get your order in today!
To make everyone happy, I’m doing a pre-order. It will stay open until Saturday morning and I’ll be placing the order the following Monday. Shirts will take a week to print, so expect them to ship out December 2nd!
There is nowhere more serene than nature but don’t lower your guard, because as enchanting as it may be, the ‘wood will swallow you whole. Nature is metal and is best enjoyed by bike. Sometimes the best thing for one’s mind is to be alone with their bike, and a fire, or simply put: atavism.
Designed by myself and penned by Kyler Martz, these American Apparel pocket tees were printed up here in Austin by the super metal folks at Industry Printshop.
Scoop up one right now for $25 plus shipping in the PiNP Web Shop!
***THIS IS A PRE-ORDER. If you ordered your shirt on Tuesday, November 19th, it will ship this Monday!***
… Just so happens to be the simplest one and this time, it comes in an array of colors. Ultrafine merino wool, sewed in NYC and designed by Outlier.
At this point, it should be Molteni Mondays, right? Artist Richard Pool just came out with these “The Cannibal” t-shirts, celebrating everyone’s favorite (right?) racer in orange. See more at Richard Pool’s site!
TCB Courier is on fire. They just opened up a shop / dispatch / clubhouse in SF and have had a steady flow of products posting online over the past few weeks. My favorite of which is this Gettin’ Muddy Gettin’ Cutty pocket tee. Also check out the new TCB Jackets!
All of you Bridgestone fans need no introduction to George Retseck. His work is most recognized from the early 90′s catalogs he illustrated for the American division of Bridgestone. This notoriety has kept Retseck working for various cycling brands over the past two decades, most recently All-City.
To commemorate this bad-ass illustration of a Macho Man Disc Cross, Jeff got these shirts and posters printed up.
Not bad at all! Pick one up at your local All-City dealer and don’t miss the post at All-City, or that pint glass!
SKYLMT has a few new products for sale in their shop. Their tees are restocked and the long-awaited Steven Jensen bars. These 4.8″ black bars have a 12º backsweep and a 4º upsweep, coming in at 29″ wide. See more information at SKYLMT.
I always love Tracko’s t-shirts and this one’s got some history…
“About four years ago I had friend draw this up for me, still not sure why I waited so long to actually produce these tees. But with the Los Angeles Dodgers’ wonderful season and American Apparel finally making a Ash Gray that I was stoked on, I figured it was about time.
Swoop the Home(lighter) tee…HERE!
Swoop the Away(darker) tee…HERE!“