• kris
    July 13th

    If you keep up with urban cycling via Facebook there’s a chance you’ve heard of the 529 group. After some time sharing on other media outlets 529 now has it’s very own home at FHTN529. Plenty of rad stuff already up and posted since the launch including our dude Chris Yang’s LOW and a handful of other goodies to get in to. Pop over to see their new digs!



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    March 24th

    Looks the the UCHOF website is going to be getting a face lift. The idea of preserving and supporting what we all love was cool enough…but why not have a dope web spot too! It’s not live yet but judging by this preview from Ronnie Garcia it’s going to be well worth the check out once it’s ready.






    January 29th

    This may be a bit off topic but I have posted about Straight Gauge and the rad lights they make before. They recently upped their new website complete with a gallery and all the usual deets on the recycled “bike” light manufacturer. Had the chance to help out on the photo side of things for a handful of the piece…click here for more!




    October 21st

    Just came across the new Turf bikes site and its looking good. A couple navigation links at the top and Mike Schmitt with a dope chainring stall on the home page. Hop over to peep it.



    October 18th

    THE man down under just freshened up his web presence with a new version of Fyxomatosis. Definitely dig the clean look of the new site. More distracting? You can bet on that…


    August 29th

    For the first time in a while that link up in the right hand corner of the blog will take you somewhere. And holy hell is it somewhere. The new SKYLMT site is live and looking good with a lot of places to navigate. Rider profiles are looking good and there looks to be some new stuff in the store. Word on the streets is frames should be popping up here real soon. Click over


    June 19th

    The Forward Set just upped their shiny new digs on the web today. Formerly 904 Fixed, they’ve now widened their ideas and thus a new image to build on. Hit them from time to time to keep up on their team and what’s good with them in urban cycling.


    March 29th

    I got a little email from the Slurp Lord this morning about a new Slurpcult site and some fresh shades dropping just in time for the Sun to creep out of where its been hiding. The new spot is streamlined and has everything in one place now. Dig the simplicity of the home page with the white background and product placement. East browsing with that nav up top as well. Stay frozen and grab some goods!



    As always the dudes payed super close attention to detail on these glasses. Tie dye and printed bag, hand painted boxes and simple branding on the sides. These come together so perfect and you can get them separately or grab the trinity package if you’re feeling saucy. Gotta grab me some for summer!



    December 31st

    One thing that I’ve always stood behind is supporting the bike blog circle. Linking back, posting others content and letting yall know whats new with everyone else. That being said hit up Pedal Consumption to peep the freshly unpacked website Patrick has been working on. Looks good dude!

    November 30th

    Ricardo has had this in the works for a while now and I’ve been waiting for it to drop. This little welcome bit is too sick with a lot of good tricks in the mix. 180 crook in the intro? It gets better. Check The Lino Life.