Photos by Kyle Kelley
The pre and post-ride coffee spots of the world deserve as much credit as the rides themselves. I had never even heard of 10 Speed Coffee until Kyle shot these photos for Tracko. Very nice! See the rest here.
Photo by Josh Hayes
Look, I hate Las Vegas and I’m not too stoked on Interbike, but being able to hang out with friends the whole time is certainly a high point. Especially these dudes. Magic just happens, like the moment I realized the vuvuzela makes an exceptional beer bong!
I took a step back over to my laptop for the first time since Wednesday to post this. Why? Because it rules and running pre-orders like this allows everyone to get a chance to pick up something that might sell out before you get the chance to scoop. Kyle’s a great friend and he’s been a huge inspiration to me, as well as a lot of you (I’d assume). Support Tracko by ordering this kit for the holidays!
Pre-order through December 2nd and after that, I doubt that any of this will ever be available again.
Since Kyle‘s on vacation, I told him I’d post about his new winter combo kit today.
Right now, the Splinter Camo Short Sleeve Jersey, the Splinter Camo Long Sleeve Winter Jersey, the Splinter Camo Cycling Vest and the Unisex Dickies Brown Bibs are up for pre-order. I have to say, this is the best Tracko kit yet!
Check out more photos we shot on my local trails below!
Photos by Kyle Kelley
Woah! I’ve never seen a Merckx track bike with those custom details, only a Merckx SLX road. Usually an extended head tube lug and a downtube cluster webbing was strictly for the big boy racers. These details came custom out of the Eddy Merckx factory in Belgium and are still, to this day, a rare find.
Check out more at the Tracko Flickr!
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!“
Photo by Chris Fortuna
Is it punk or is it couture? Whatever it is, this isn’t the first time high fashion has collided with a Tracko offering. The STTB button was inspired by a campaign to “Save The Tents” during NY Fashion Week. This latest tee and koozie pull inspiration from another fashion industry giant – Kate Moss. Originally published in a 2002 issue of i-D magazine, and shot by Craig McDean, the now iconic image of Moss in an olive drab military jacket with “God Save The Queen” painted on the back has long been a favorite of mine.
Pick one up at Trackosaurus Rex!