Our new Purple Fade kits, designed by our very own Kelly Ryan, are supposedly inspired by the Italian Nordic Ski Team's kits, and typography from the Drive soundtrack- though we suspect that he may have been watching too many re-runs of The Warriors and/or Kung Fury during the drafting process. Available in men's/ women's kits, as well as a less form-fitted mountain bike jersey which features rear pockets.
This jersey is precisely color matched by our top engineers to obfuscate grease and other unsightly bike/road by-products. It will look good forever. Also, it’s black and that’s badass. -More relaxed fit for clubs and shops -Full-length camlock zipper -Set-in sleeves -Covered front zipper to keep out the wind -Silicone gripper at waistband -Three rear pockets
If you’ve ever worn a winter cap, then you know just how amazing they are. Designed many years ago to cover ears, block wind, insulate skull, and shield rain, all while fitting under a helmet? It's like a hug for your head when it gets chilly out. Seriously, you aren’t ready to ride year 'round until you have one.
A lot of bikes, particularly performance road bikes, have next-to-no clearance between the wheel and the frame, leaving little space for a traditional fender. So what is a Portlander supposed to do? Hang up the bike 8 months out of the year? Never! River City Bicycles has designed a workaround – a Reacharound – that allows for split-fender installation on bikes that won’t take a traditional fender. Built exclusively for River City Bicycles, each set of Reacharounds includes three special fender-mounting brackets (two for the back and one for the front). We also include instructions for splitting and mounting a fender set. If at all possible, have a trustworthy bike mechanic take care of the installation since each bike is different and a perfectly good set of fenders will need to be cut. Your installation may require additional hardware. *** Ground Shipping: FREE *** Expedited Shipping: 2 Day Shipping - $20.00 *** Next Day Shipping - $35
Just beyond the bustle of Portland awaits miles of quiet, back-country roads perfect for cycling. These winding paths take you through hop fields and vineyards, past covered bridges. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, these books will inspire you to leave town and discover the freedom of the open road.
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