Just in time for the colder days, these hoodies designed by our good friend Will from Van Zee Sign Co. and printed here in Brooklyn by LQQK studio, are perfect for hanging out or staying warm on the saddle. These hoodies have a skater style cut to them which is about a full size more relaxed- so if you want a tighter fit, go a size down. They’re available on the webstore right here.
Being a Stanridge, this bike is already special; the Death Spray custom paint job only contributes to it being such a unique bike. This highstreet having been raced countless times at redhook crits, and even crashed over a guard rail has a story or two to tell. Rebuilt with a Mavic 3G and an eclectic rear suntour 20h laced to an EAI Arrow rim, this wheelset matched with a Sugino Grand Mighty crankset whispers style, class, and speed.
Death Spray Custom is well known for the maticulous hand-painting work they do. Between Adam’s building, and DSC’s paint job, this bike is truly a work of art. Come by the shop to see it in person!
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Daccordi hand made 2,000 of these frames. Between the pantographing, chromed stays, fork & headtube lugs, they clearly kept with their ongoing theme of beauty. Wilis had been collecting parts over the years to make this build a reality and here’s the final result. Come by the shop and see it in person!
This timeless Daccordi TT is a stunning representation of the innovation of bicycle geometry during the 1980’s and 1990’s. Built with a Shimano mix of 600tc and Dura-Ace, this bike was the pinnacle of time trial performance. Mavic pursuit bullhorns matched with a set of zipp disc and 400 wheels makes for a truly unique flavor. A beautiful rainbow paintjob on top of Oria tubing is something you only see on the most special of Italian steeds.
Handbuilt solely for the purpose of beating the hour record at the Mexico City velodrome, this landshark screams speed. Hand painted frame and matching rear HED disc wheel with Wilis’ own HED trispoke make for a beautiful, concordant set up. Cinelli stem and LA84 bars for pursuit track racing wrapped with custom tape for aesthetics build on the bikes flavor. Adding in a Campy crankset with a 60t Sugino chainring and handpainted chain make the bike a truly stunning machine.
We recently had the privilege of showcasing an art show for our friends from Mash SF in honor of their 10 year anniversary. To make the space art-friendly we had Will from Van Zee Sign Co. come in and paint the bike wall to install our logo as well as Mash’s. We took down the other wall to display the stunning photography and 10 year bike, as well as having Chas’ hand painted Cinelli Vigorelli frameset in a work stand for show. We hosted an open house that weekend, had a great time and got to meet a lot of really cool people. Thanks to everyone who came out!
Later that night after the open house we all headed over to the old peel sessions spot and enjoyed some mess games under the BQE. There was a foot-down, lock pickup, longest trackstand, and longest skid competition.
The following day was the Mash alleycat and movie premiere! The alleycat consisted of 6 checkpoints throughout Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn spanning around 20-25 miles total. The finish of the race was at Sky High where we had the premiere. We had two showings back to back at 7pm and 9pm. Here’s a shot from under the screen I snagged mid-movie.
Fiona’s new Marinoni is a stunning representation of elegance and grace. Hand painted by Wilis himself and Vicious Cycles, couplers and rear end spacing by Coarse Fabrications, and built up by Wilis and Brian makes this a collaborative build with talented people . This bike has a phenomenal mix of modern and classic components. 105 shifters, cranks, deraileurs, with Paul canti brakes. Brooks Cambium saddle and tape to match with the Plemons toe straps and gatorskin side walls. This bike is ready to get some miles in with Fiona on all her future travels!