Funeral Cycling and Endo Customs are back producing another kit. Minimal, dark, and impossibly luxurious. Designed for those who ascend into cold cliffs through dark forests spreading the sacrificial leg rituals. Pre-order closes 01.02.15, more info at funeralcycling.com
Shouts to the funeral homies for another good lookin kit and killer video, them dark PNW mystic vibes we know and love.
Narifuri is a line I should have tracked down while I was in Tokyo, as I’ve followed the brand for a long time and season after season they remain a favourite. Hitting all the right notes when it comes to cycling/lifestyle, f/w is when they shine.
‘Salsa Cycles Why Bikepack short film shares the story of a fall bikepacking trip and the motivations of one of the riders. Shot on the beautiful Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Trails in northern Wisconsin in Fall 2013′
So on point! Planning my first bikepack mission for the spring, can’t wait (and can’t believe its taken me so long to tackle this aspect of cycling).
Ripping on track bikes, never not fun, Chas making it look easy on a classic SF proving ground.
A true living legend in cycling, Brian Vernor goes for a spin on some California backroads and trails with Tom Ritchey and gets the breakdown on how Ritchey clears his mind and improves his products via gravel and dirt.
Straight out the forests of Finland, Konga Bicycles knows how to capture a feeling #crossiscoming
‘Riding up the coast of California from Santa Cruz, Deux North‘s 8 riders test a new bike built for every kind of road. After 2 days and 200 miles, the group meets the story’s narrator, El Chapulin (The Grasshopper) to listen to his story, tell their own, and compete in an event that he created over 15 years ago. On the final day. the 100-mile Grasshopper Adventure Series race serves as the finish line for Deux North’s Hunt 4. #SeekandDiverge’
Beautiful roads and landscapes… one day I will ride the coast myself, either support road bike style or trailer full of camp gear and a surfboard, all good either way.
I am openly a Classics fan over the Grand Tours any day – the riders who shine in the early spring and the terrain that they cover makes for much better spectating in my opinion, and it’s all on the line in the one day races. That said, yesterday’s stage 5 at Le Tour was basically the Roubaix we’ve been waiting for the past decade – wet, fast and merciless. Nothing makes for entertainment quite like slick cobbles in the North of France, and yesterday was a testament to the fortitude of the hardmen of professional cycling – find the entire stage and see for yourself, or watch the ever-infomative Cosmo Catalano‘s recap above. Oh, and take that Sky – never should have played Wiggens out as you did.