Legit cross training via the MASH team.
84/85 favourites Iron & Resin present their spring 2014 collection via a moto/surf/skate/camp/goodtimes roll through the Baja, jealousy inducing stuff from the SoCal label on a grey fall morning. If you don’t already know what the line is about get to know, it’s the kind of story and ethos we can get all the way behind, especially when it results in smashing desert roads and pool sessions with the homies (in some good looking kit to boot). Make sure to click though as we’ve got the full spring ’14 catalog, a lot of great imagery coming from a top brand.
Japanese label Balabushka Remnants is back with this look at their autumn/winter 2013-2014 collection. Coming off their last collection for the ss ’13 season, which had a baseball theme for the shoot. This time around the lookbook is shot in studio, with less of an overall vibe and more of a mash up of styles; ranging from dapper professor to sporty/outdoors to some more comfy boyz styles.
Purple Label smashing the lookbook game yet again with this fall/winter 2013 collection… and yes, the line is Japan-only, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use this as your f/w style inspiration going forward. I would holler at everything in the collection, and the girl’s looks are wild as well… not much to say here, click through and let the lookbook do the talking.
Beauty new track offering for 2014 from MASH x Cinelli, premiered at the Red Hook Crit Barcelona taking place this week. From the official MASH release,
‘We are happy to introduce our 2014 offering with Cinelli. The Parallax frame set was developed and field-tested over the past 18 months, with Chas and Walton deciding and tuning the bike’s geos. Like with any MASH project, every detail is fleshed by our group of friends. Garrett designed the graphics and colors of the bike and matching skin-suit, drawing inspiration from charts used to check the sharpness of camera optics.’
New short edit from MASH featuring Kyle Murphy (aka ‘Stinky Carl’) smashing on the brakeless basket. A few things to note: Cali is beautiful, hills and trackbikes are forever, and brakeless rack/basket bikes are the best.
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Here is the newest video edit from Vancouver based Funeral Cycling entitled Get Higher. Digging the vibe here, summit smashing in some classic northwest scenery and conditions, bigups Kyle and Derek.
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One more video today, Patrick Seabase showing us how it’s done with the dead serious 47×17 climb and smash. Trackbikes, they are awesome, and should not be underestimated. Needs to get me to the Alps to try this myself (or the Rockies for the CDN version).