Cadence Collection has one of the best cycling fashion out there, and the range covers both your race days as well as your relaxing hours. The cap, the holy grail of riding accessories for many of us, is just done right. Cadence recognisable design and patterns style made with 100% cotton to keep your head fresh on the hot days coming ahead. The one size fits all applies best here, as the elastic on the backside of the cap doesn't feel like it wants to squeeze your brains out
Mayhem hip pouch and tool roll is perfect for a light ride or as a complement to your backpack. The pouch has a perfect size to carry all the valuables in one place. It's big enough to fit, pretty much anything you would have in the pocket and more but not so big to bulk your hip area. It's nice to see brands not saving on material, the velcro on the Mayhem hip pouch is huge, covers all the pouch width giving that extra safety feeling. As a hardcore commuter I always look for
And so there it was, GarageRace 2016 was a blast as always and the rain just made it even more fun. FunBikes annual race was again an amazing event. A race day packed with action for everyone. The rooftop view set up the mood with great music and food by Salt'N'Pepa Foodtruck to go along. Everybody arrived early to get their start goodies and set up camp on the best spots. photo by Lukas Biba Festina partnered up with their GoldSprint series giving prizes for best man taken b
A technical daypack loaded with features that matter. The 48° Backpack is the result of a perfect design. Stylish and efficient. Fully waterproof and dustproof, for those who likes to adventure in the real jungles and not just the concrete one, the materials used are far superior quality than other backpacks from the same price range. In the frontside there is one pocket with a super strong sealed zipper to accommodate all your values. The pocket is big enough to fit a 8'' ta
What is the brand philosophy behind BP?
BIKE PUNK was founded by me in 2010 in the pulsating heart of Berlin, Germany.Before that time I made frequent trips to San Francisco, visiting my family. Always being a bike nerd I was instantly drawn to the vivid and huge fixed gear scene in the East Bay, with a wide variety of rider-founded bike shops and urban cycle lifestyle firms (e.g. Mission Workshop). My interest in the US fixed gear scene was even more sparked by the numerous