Party this Friday!!!
MW is really hitting the apparel market hard and I’m impressed. I’ll be headed to SF here in about two weeks and I am for sure gonna swing by MW’s shop to peep the new goodies coming in person. Until then I can only drool over the Division Chino online.
The Division chino is designed to be hard wearing and long lasting. Constructed using Swiss-made Schoeller®-Dryskin Fabric with Nanosphere® water repellent treatment. This durable 4-way stretch nylon fabric is engineered to provide breatability and moisture management in addition to wind and water repellency.
Made in USA.
Mission Workshop has launched Acre (Mission Workshop’s MTB Clothing and Portage Line) and I highly suggest you gp peep Acre’s new site and do some exploring. Great looking gear and amazing shots of said gear in action. The new site is killer and I wish our friends the best of luck with the new line.
Mission Workshop has released their Indian Summer Riding Kit, which was tested by John Watson during his tour through China earlier this year. All this functional urban cycling apparel that is coming out from different brands is amazing, finally we have many choices when it comes to being comfy and casual on the bike. Read John’s words on the testing and why he backs the Indian Summer Riding Kit here.
Evan sent this over and damn do I wish I was in Sf for this event Friday at Mission Workshop. Space bikes FTW.
Join us this Friday for a presentation from Argonaut Cycles and a Q & A with founder Ben Farver. Come learn how Argonaut is redefining ride quality and see a Space Bike in person. Come for the presentation, stay for the drinks and snacks. Photography by Brian Vernor will be hung for your viewing pleasure. The bike and photography will be on display till the 26th for those of you unable to attend the event.
I have been waiting to see footage from John and Mission Workshop’s trip to China earlier this year. Just with this short teaser, I can’t wait for me own adventure rides later this summer and fall. Good stuff guys!
Setting out from Shanghai, John Watson and Mission Workshop began their cycling tour of China’s Yangtze River Delta. Using both film and digital formats, Watson photographed the surroundings and encounters with the local community. Led by their friends from Factory Five, they headed into a frenetic network of massive residential complexes, large industrial parks, and super highways. At first glance, the route seemed straightforward, however, the reality of the 1,000km trip was far more intense than anyone expected.