Tony‘s been putting in work learning tricks here in Sacramento for months and it recently paid off. He’s now on team Skream and is rolling around town on this Chameleon V2. The paint on this thing looks pretty insane in person and his build is solid for some trick track. Click through for a full set…
San Francisco is easily one of the best cities for alleycats and it’s not hard to see why. West Side Invite is just a few months away so fundraisers like last weekend’s Mean Streets of China Town are in full swing. Peep the edit and stay up to date for more as the big weekend in the bay approaches…you can bet we’ll be out covering!
If Rainer Schaefer 2015 MASH section doesn’t get you motivated to go for a spin chances are you’re a lost cause. From a 60 mph trip through Tioga Pass back to the gritty SF streets this part has it all. 5 minutes of stoke right here as the weekend is fast approaching…get out and get it!
Spent some free time in UK couple of weeks ago and I was amazed to see this DKlein X Adidas Originals shoes displaying on the shelf. With no hesitation, I swooped it into my cartel! The shoe is perfectly presenting the Commotion of Dustin’s famous mark. I think this one is super rare and hard to be found in every country…make sure you go to check out his Everything’s Been Done for latest artwork and info.
Every now and then I get to snap a photos of a ride that’s a little more rare than usual. With its custom paint and a slew of NJS goodies to keep it legit Ian’s Vivalo easily fits the bill. Word is this was likely a prize awarded for a race win rather than something that actually saw the track making it that much more awesome. The colors on this are definitely what do it for me but the “signed” seat stays and Five Gold saddle are right about there as well. Click through for a handful of images!
Having taken numerous first place finishes at Monster Track and Red Hook Alfred is well known in the track bike world. Success aside he still rides for the for the love of two wheels and the escape constant pedaling brings. Dig this quick interview piece that finishes with him where he feels most at home…ripping up the streets.
With a long weekend we decided some deep puddles and a steady onslaught of rain were more than overdue. As we work on the new direction of the site rides like these are crucial to narrowing things down. They also serve for a great day out ripping up some mud and water…
2017’s NAHBS is fast approaching so a look at Tony Spray’s paint technique from last year’s “Best Track Bike” award ismore than welcome. Dead Cyclist catches show that the time going into a project like this is often mind blowing and that the end result makes it well worth it. We’ll be at the year’s NAHBS in Salt Lake City so be on the lookout for coverage next month!
Knog is constantly at the drawing board dialing in new products or revising current ones to make them even better. The success of their Blinder series is no secret but the new Minis slim things down more than ever. The DOT, Niner and Chippy all boast bright LED setups in a array of colors and configurations. Peep the lineup below and be on the lookout for reviews once these bad boys hit our doorstep!
Named after it’s single LED the DOT keeps it simple yet pulls in extra style with four different faceplate colors.