Legit cross training via the MASH team.
‘Dylan Davies is an upcoming semi-professional cyclist and is well respected among his circle of peers. It all started from delivering parcels as a courier and since then he hasn’t stopped’
Such a good interview and edit by the Livestock team with Dylan, a true G and as authentic of a soul rider as it gets. A friend of the Stuckylife crew, we’re all rooting for him to keep progressing, a beast on both the road and track!
“Here’s the promo for Presence’s last dvd project, ‘LAST STAND.’ The title is based on where the actual name Presence originated, many may not know this but Dewey came up with the name Presence from the Led Zeppelin album. That album includes the great song ‘Achilles Last Stand’ which is where Last Stand came from. The Presence era were some of the best times for many of us, so doing one last project means doing it right. As much as a lot has changed over these years, the good times and memories have not. We’re looking forward to bringing you one last dvd.”
Shouts to my boy Mike Fiz and the MTL presence crew, looking forward to seeing the full length.
Wild that 10 years have passed with the Cadence Collection in existence… from Fast Friday in Seattle to a full-fledged cycling apparel line and kit provider out of SF, the brand truly represents the grassroots cycling lifetyle. Congrats to Dustin Klein for growing his artistic vision, and in celebration they’ve released this 10 year kit for the winter months, another hit produced by Capo in Italy. Both my Cadence kits fit/wash/ride like gold, full recommend to go cop right now while your size is still in stock.
While I’m not riding a ton of trackbike these days nothing gets me jacked to go do something dumb involving a hill quite like a vid of dudes also doing dumb things like splitting lanes, skitching and just generally disregarding personal safety and traffic laws. Cornfed is a messenger/beer drinking/bong hitting/apparel collective out of Indianapolis and have put out a series of videos: here’s the 4th, good times bad times rad times and all. Riding bikes is fun, especially when you act like a bit of a dick about it, trust.
Following on the heels of the City Riding lookbook, this racing/training collection from Rapha should just be called ‘take my money already.’ Still the choice kit for dentists and lawyers (along with Assos perhaps), there’s no denying how rad the collection is, even if it is out budgetary reach for most, myself included. Understated and the highest tech, Rapha nailed the market opening when everything else was over coloured and logo’d. This lookbook was shot in Norway and is mind-blowingly beautiful… just as you’d expect from a brand that never skimps on presentation.
Narifuri is back with a new website and a new lookbook for their fall/winter 2013 collection. The Tokyo-based label has been one of my favourites for a long time now, urban cycling centric with a focus on technical gear that makes sense in the city. Always styled right from outerwear through to the bikes themselves, Narifuri is the truth! Great to finally see a lookbook as well, it’s been a few seasons… click through for the collection.