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Sunday, January 18th, 2015 9:37 pm

Jake’s Cinelli MASH Histogram.

Posted by: kris

It’s always rad when friends finish up something they’ve been dropping time and money into for a while. Typically it means hand picking the best of the best and Jake’s MASH build here definitely fits the bill. From the custom Mack hubs and wild lacing to the carbon ENVE front end (track fork included!) this thing is dripping with style. He had some time recovering from a turfed knee and spent it getting this Histogram as dialed as can be. After topping it off with blue Zen a couple days back he was finally ready to share. Went a little overboard on photos of this thin…but it is a purdy one. Much more after the click!

 

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Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 2:00 pm

Stand by Me.

Posted by: kris

Found this oldie from a stop at Pedal Hard a while back.  If there’s one place you can really feel “cycling” it’s got to be the work space at a proper shop. Dig this close up of a rad Affinity getting a little tune…dirty rags and all.

 


Monday, December 29th, 2014 1:25 pm

PDLHRD Sunday.

Posted by: kris

A fun one from the PDLHRD as they bounce around the streets of Sacramento. Lots of wheelies and some fresh cooked fish & chips to finish it off!

 

 


Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 10:56 pm

Creepin’.

Posted by: kris

I guess Halloween is this month…Robbie keeping it creepy yesterday at the shop.

 

 


Monday, October 6th, 2014 3:36 pm

New Shoppin’ Posts!

Posted by: kris

With all sorts of projects here and there shop visits took a back burner some time ago. In the past few weeks I’ve ended up in or at one of the many local spots here in Sacramento and it definitely got me to thinking. Expect some fresh profiles in the coming weeks from the handful of shops that keep the Capitol City rollin’ along with a few from fall’s upcoming travels. Pedal Hard will be up first up soon but for now something fancy spotted swinging by there today. ENVE to Custom Phils for Em…DAMN.


Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 7:39 pm

Jeff’s Stanridge Speed.

Posted by: kris

It’s no secret that Adam of Stanridge Speed knows how to build a hell of a bike and this machine is no exception. Jeff G of the Pedal Hard crew built this beast up proper with goods like Mack Superlights and carbon track drops to keep it OG. After seeing this on a quick stop by PH a couple days back I had to go back for a few photos. Thanks again dudes…a handful more after the click!

 

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Friday, July 18th, 2014 4:09 pm

Em’s Murdered Low.

Posted by: kris

On my way home yesterday I stopped by Pedal Hard and hastily snapped some photos of what might be the nicest Low ever. This beast used to be red before being blacked and hooked up with some of the fanciest track parts on the market. Not the best photos this time around but hopefully the bike makes up for it. Doesn’t get much better than those ENVE wheels and Phil bits!

 

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Friday, July 11th, 2014 4:29 pm

Robert’s GT GTB Kinesis.

Posted by: kris

Robert is always changing up the front ends on his rides and this recent swap to a Kinesis on his GTB looks pretty fly. About to bounce out for a ride so drool on this for a bit!

 


Thursday, July 10th, 2014 12:56 pm

Kenjo’s Look 464 P.

Posted by: kris

Had a few hours to spare yesterday and with Pedal Hard being down the street I couldn’t think of a better spot to kill some time. Robert’s usually got something rad in the shop so I grabbed the camera as usual and rolled on over. I spotted this bad boy parked aside it’s owner Kenjo and definitely was digging it. Robbie suggested to shoot it and here ya go. From the Rotor cranks to the Phil based wheels this thing is pretty money…more after the click!

 

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Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 4:56 pm

Jeff’s Stanridge Speed.

Posted by: kris

Always a treat to see something flashy on the wall when I pop into Pedal Hard. This sweet Stanridge Speed showed up for Jeff Guitarte of the team and it’s too nice not to share. What you can’t see is the teat decal on the reverse to match the shop colors. Hopefully I can get a something better than a phone flick once this thing is up and moving!