Gear

Gear: Aether Apparel W Union Jacket

Aether Apparel have been building up their range of adventure and outdoor wear for a number of years now, appealing to a market that appreciates subtle functionality. Their motorbike gear is exemplary, as is their urban weatherproof catalogue, which includes… Read more »

The Manual For Speed Artist Residency

Manual For Speed can always be relied upon to brighten and confuse your day. They’ve just collaborated with five artists on a series of kits designed to rescue the world from corporate-branded spandex. Which can only be a good thing.… Read more »

Gear: Showers Pass Cascade Collection

From the press release: The Showers Pass Cascade Collection introduces a new line of cycling apparel, built specifically for changing weather conditions: from summer sun to alpine cold. The Cascade Collection includes the Alpine Jersey, Cyclone Jersey, Track Pant, Gravel… Read more »

Gear: Upper Downs Neo Jacket

Mountain bikers are spoilt for terrain in the north of the United Kingdom. There’s the spectacular dales and glens of Scotland, and Wales’ Brecon Beacons, for example. With spectacular scenery, however, comes treacherous changes in weather, which inspired the Neo… Read more »

Gear: Silca Impero Ultimate Frame Pump

The Indianapolis 500 has been held each Memorial Day weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway since 1911. The Indiana capital is now home to Silca, maker of the world’s finest bicycle pumps and, surrounded by so much auto racing heritage… Read more »

Insight: Geekhouse x Cuppow CX

Marty Walsh’s Geekhouse Bikes may very well be the funnest custom bike brand out there. Instantly recognisable by their eye-searing paint schemes, they can be spotted on terrains all over the world but they are perhaps most prolific on the… Read more »

Gear: Gevenalle Brake Pads

It’s a fundamental truth that life moves in cycles. To quote MCA: “Season’s change when it comes their time, Falls brings the Winter and on back to Springtime”. At a base level, it wasn’t that long ago that we were… Read more »