I’m excited to welcome Rohan Anderson, author of Whole Larder Love, this Thursday at Art in the Age (116 N 3rd St) for a meet and greet/book signing prior to his spirited dinner at Fork. The event begins at 6 pm and runs until 7, complimentary Art in the Age cocktails will be served of course.
If you’re not a Philly local then check out Rohan’s tour dates to see when his tour lands in your city.
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FairEnds will be celebrating the opening of their store this Thursday at Barber & Supply, the Brooklyn outpost of FSC Barber. Aside from their new SS13 collection of caps FairEnds will also be unveiling some pieces they’ve produced from collaborations with Taylor Stitch, Drifter, and more. Very very very stoked, seeya there!
The Nord bros and their Deux North squad is at it again, this time they’re climbing in the Adirondacks and checking out some demolition derby. Watch it here.
Nice article on Trove in the new issue of Grays Lane photographed by Rachel Mcginn, check it out here.
Local builder and bud Chris Wright is making his way down the Great Divide trail on his loaded Salsa Fargo starting at the top in Banff, Alberta with a friend. He recently started uploading pictures of his journey so far and jealous doesn’t quite express how I feel looking at these views from the saddle. What does one pack on such an epic journey? Check out his gear list for yourself. Good luck with your journey Chris, looks like you’re having the time of your life.
Suggested reading: Chris Wright Cycles
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My buddy Dave out in Oakland builds bikes for folks out in the bay area. The style of most of his builds are generally all-rounders and tourers but each one is specifically built up to the customers input and needs in a bike. Check out the rest here.
HSUPER! is a project by New York City designer and cyclist Johnny Hsu who brings his bright geometric designs to small patches and water bottles. The patches mark challenging climbs as well as some just neat designs; put one on your jersey, saddle bag, wherever! The bottles are currently only available in yellow but will soon be offered in both pink and blue versions so look out for those.