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kris
June 28th

North St. took three of their most popular bags back to the drawing board with two new fabrics. Their staple Pioneer joins the Flanders and Davis bags with X-Pac camo and smoke grey finishes. X-Pac is lighter and more water resistant than the proven Cordura, giving you the “cutting” edge. Check the newest from North St. Below and be on the lookout for full reviews to come!

 

X-Pac Pioneer:

 

Made from waterproof X-33 X-Pac™ sailcloth, the limited X-Pac™ Camouflage edition is lightweight, rugged, and safe from the elements. Featuring the US Army Multicam camouflage pattern, this is the same great design as the original Pioneer, but made with lighter, stronger, waterproof fabric. X-Pac™ is made in Connecticut by Dimension Polyant. 

 

 

 

 

X-Pac Flanders:

 

Our best-selling rolltop backpack is now built with the same great X-Pac™ sailcloth we use on the inside of our bag, only now it’s featured as an exterior shell. Lightweight and durable LS-42 in Smoke Grey is a tougher version of our X-21 liner found in our bags with waterproof liners. For more info, check out this blog post about our fabric choices.

 

A special contoured hourglass pattern bring subtlety and shape to the slim profile of this high capacity backpack. High-tensile strength, abrasion resistance, and style puts this pack in a dead heat for the best we make.

 

Featuring compression straps that unbuckle when the load demands or cinch down when keeping it contained, this backpack is a versatile companion that is both comfortable and highly utilitarian. Contoured padded shoulder straps are built to handle all the weight you can carry and a padded mesh back is comfortable and is compatible with a waist belt upgrade.

 

 

X-Pac Davis:

 

 

Our lightest rolltop daypack is now built with the same great X-Pac™ sailcloth we use on the inside of our bag, only now it’s featured as an exterior shell. Lightweight and durable X-33 Camouflage is a tougher version of our X-21 liner found in our bags with waterproof liners. For more info, check out this blog post about our fabric choices.

 

You still get the same great waterproof construction and attention to detail expected from North St. Bags. A special contoured hourglass pattern bring subtlety and shape to the slim profile of this lightweight backpack.

 

This simple daypack is a versatile companion that is both comfortable and highly utilitarian. Contoured shoulder straps are comfortable and lightweight. Nylon mounting tabs are compatible with our Pioneer Daypack waist belt upgrade.

 

 


kris
June 27th

An inside look at a legend with Bell and U.S Olympic cyclist Craig Schommer. Stories like this are what keeps the passion for cycling alive all over. Pop over for the full story and to check the other “All-Stars” stories already released!

 

 


kris
June 23rd

State Bicycle Just launched their newest web series that’s sure to “climb” into the regular rotation on here. Ride Fixed, Up Mountains, With Pros is exactly what it sounds like…one gear uphill with dudes that should be more than able to crush it. In their first episode get to know Travis McCabe as they take to Arizona’s Mt. Lemmon. Digging the inside look on these!

 


kris
June 7th

Summer is just about in full swing in the northern hemisphere and the open roads are calling. Compared to the daily grinding here in the city, days out on the open road like this are more than a treat. Digging the visuals on this one and now itching to grab some miles this evening…

 


kris
May 23rd

When you really need that morning cup o’ joe…

 


kris
March 30th

Like Sacramento it’s safe to say Bandung, Indonesia’s bike party has a good mix of different rides. What sets Move the Wheels apart from any other is definitely the trick comp, cold sprints and a bomb looking buffet. Definitely need to get something like this together here!

 

 


kris
March 23rd

Rad Race‘s last man standing remains one of the crit series where most riders are still hitting the streets on their track bikes daily. A fast paced and premiere event in Germany, many of the world’s most dedicated riders make it a point to attend the event. Bombtrack‘s Stefan “Fish” Vis is no stranger to the race though this year he took a place on the podiom grabbing third out of 140. A proper look at his event showing below and a little bit of motivation for the coming track criterium season!

 


kris
March 22nd

Track bikes and dirt are so hit right now…this is exactly why. That Campy equipped 70’s Viner track is too damn cool too!

 

 


kris
March 16th

It’s spring and it’s time to get movin’. Digging this run around LA with Kirk from FWDSET.

 

 

 

 


kris
March 8th

Though Matt’s been working with and for Chrome for some time now he officially joins the Famila team with this rad spot shot in NYC. He’s been the king of fixed freestyle for a while but I have to admit I’m digging all the track bike stuff he’s been doing lately a bit more. Solid dude on a solid crew…check more over on Chrome!