How to get into Cyclocross

Posted on Aug 22, 2017
How to get into Cyclocross

How to get into Cyclocross “There’s a dirt ride this Saturday but it’s totally doable on a road bike”. That’s what Ryan told me about the ride he had planned and it’s what I kept repeating to myself as I descended Coastal Trail in the Marin Headlands on 23mm slicks and as I climbed up […]

Product Review ~ Search and State Womens Junmai Jersey

Posted on Jan 30, 2017
Product Review ~ Search and State Womens Junmai Jersey

Like a fine rice wine ~ The Junmai Jersey ~ Simple Styles for #babesthatcrush Do you hate the skinsuit tight, race cut style jerseys, but also dislike the unkempt feel of a club fit? Is pink not your colour? Do you actively avoid being “branded”? The new Women’s Search and State jerseys are for you. […]

Here it comes: the 2017 All~City, Mr. Pink

Posted on Jan 17, 2017
Here it comes: the 2017 All~City, Mr. Pink

All-City Cycles gives their iconic Mr. Pink a Whisky upgrade and some new lipstick The 2017 Mr. Pink sports a new custom carbon fork by Whiskey Components and one of the most stellar paint jobs we’ve seen this season. All sizes are available now. Here is what All~City has to say. Our flagship road racer was […]

New Years Resolutions: Cycling is the key to sticking with it.

Posted on Jan 4, 2017
New Years Resolutions: Cycling is the key to sticking with it.

  The best way to turn your New Years fitness resolution into a reality, while having a ton of fun. A look at our favorite group rides and cycling clubs, and how they can help you achieve your health and fitness  goals. Throw preconceptions of working out to the wind and have a blast. The […]

Bike to Give Thanks; The Supermarket Street Sweep goes to 11!

Posted on Nov 19, 2016
Bike to Give Thanks; The Supermarket Street Sweep goes to 11!

~ The most fun and impactful way to give back in San Francisco this season ~ Every year I find it a struggle in both money and time, to find ways to give back to my community. So what can you do that doesn’t include spending a ton of money and/or time out of the […]

The 2016 SF Tweed Ride ~ Photo Journal

Posted on Nov 15, 2016
The 2016 SF Tweed Ride ~ Photo Journal

Once a year a fabulous tradition visits our city; the most appropriate of settings. Charming fellows dawn their bowler hats, dynamic damsels pin up their hair, and everyone grabs their bikes. The SF Tweed Ride, a casually-paced gallivant through the City, has a uniquely welcoming quality that can be rare to come by in this […]

What do your Fenders say about you..?

Posted on Oct 15, 2016
What do your Fenders say about you..?

  B Vivit tells us about the different fender options out there and who rides them.   Let’s get through the rain while dreaming of summer again… Ok, while the rain is fresh in your mind, let’s talk fenders and who uses what. I often feel you can tell what kind of person a rider is […]

2500 Miles, a Bike, and a Camera ~ Follow Erik’s Journey

Posted on Oct 11, 2016
2500 Miles, a Bike, and a Camera ~ Follow Erik’s Journey

Combining two of his passions to fight one of his most familiar foes. Our friend Erik Mathy is riding the iconic Route 66 and taking photographs along the way to fight cancer in honor of lost love ones.   “My adult life has been dominated by three things: bikes, cameras, and cancer.” As of the […]

A Clean Slate

Posted on Sep 14, 2016
A Clean Slate

A Clean Slate The best place for any cyclist to call home is the San Francisco Bay Area. The countless trails in The North Bay, The CX scene in the winter, endless roads in the East Bay. It’s easy to get sucked down the rabbit hole that is Bay Area Bike Culture. The problem many […]

Building a Surly Pugsley

Posted on Aug 4, 2016
Building a Surly Pugsley

Surly Pugsley + Donuts We had a Surly Pugsley on the stand this morning, the lighting was good and donuts a-plenty!