Tracko | Killin’ Me Smalls

I guess there is one last kit to buy this year and it’s good one with more then just bibs and a jersey. Kyle has a pre-order up for the new Tracko kit. You can choose (or get all) from a short sleeve, long sleeve, updated vest and bibs (all made by Endo!) or hope that you have been good this year and Santa hooks it all up. Either way, this kit rocks and you only have until December 2nd to swoop.

Tracko | Tracko “Car Dodgers” tee

If this took Kyle four years to produce, I wonder what else he has stored away just waiting to be released?

About four years ago I had friend draw this up for me, still not sure why I waited so long to actually produce these tees. But with the Los Angeles Dodgers’ wonderful season and American Apparel finally making a Ash Gray that I was stoked on, I figured it was about time.

Swoop the Home(lighter) tee.

Swoop the Away(darker) tee.

GSC | Redux Kit (Women’s)

Just a friendly reminder that the pre-sale for the GSC Redux kit is ending this weekend (Saturday), don’t sleep! Kyle got in the women’s version of the kit (jersey and the new women’s short) and took Mel out to shoot photo’s and get her take on the new Womens specfic shorts from Endo. Direct quote my lady “Seriously the comfiest cycling shorts I own, check them out ladies!”

Swoop the kit (men’s and women’s) here!

Go peep the full set Kyle shot here!

Tracko | Splinter Camo Riding Vest

I have been waiting for this drop. The last couple of weekends Kyle has been rubbing this vest in my face (not on propose) on our Saturday morning track bike rides and it’s so killer in person. Don’t sleep on this one. Pre-Order runs through April 30th, 2013. Production lead time is 6 weeks.

There is nothing like a good vest for the Spring time. It’s in the 50s when you leave home and it can be 20 to 30 degrees warmer by the middle of the day. I’ve worn this vest over a lightweight jersey with arm-warmers when it’s 50 degrees and I’ve worn it unzipped and flapping the wind, when it’s 80 degrees. The vest is one of the most versatile pieces of outerwear you can own, be it on the bike or off. We chose camouflage because we wanted something that would just disappear when worn, that way you could wear it with anything.