The Moving Development Spring/Summer 2014

The Moving Development are back at it with this new collection for the spring/summer 2014 season, titled ‘Made Forever’. The British label is looking stronger than ever with this new release; the line is a bit more expansive and cohesive, with some great pieces and looks throughout. The line is already selling through on the shop so head over before it’s a thing of the past.

How The Race Was Won – Paris-Roubaix 2014

With the Queen of the Classics now behind us, for many the best parts of the road racing season are over – although if this was a preview of the talent pool in 2014, the Grand Tours should be quite entertaining this year as well.

Paris-Roubaix 2014 was one of the best single day races in recent memory, with numerous breaks and an insanely fast average speed (+45 kmph!) – in the final 10 km the lead group included the likes of Cancellara, Sagan, Boonen, Hushovd, and Wiggins, so you know the win was hard fought. Enjoy the always-infomative coverage of Cosmo Catalano, and next up, Amstel and Liège–Bastogne–Liège

Finisterre Spring 2014

Do you even blauge, bro? A question we’ve been asking ourselves. And yes, we still do – we’ve just been busy with a couple other things… to be revealed soon enough. In the interim, here’s Finisterre‘s spring 2014 men’s lookbook, @coldwatersurf basics for the warmer swell search – still the best brand I don’t own a piece from, need to rectify that asap.

Dirt Quake: Coming To America

Road trip at the end of May to Washington State! Two of our favourites in Sideburn Mag and See See are bringing the Dirt Quake event to America from the UK – flat track racing for all kinds of bikes that wouldn’t normally be sanctioned to shred the dirt (and for real pro flat tracking as well). Heck this video even has a Canadian connection soundtracked by The Vicious Cycles (the best). See yall in Castle Rock.