Speedvagen bikes are limited production pavement racing machines hand built by the craftsmen of the Vanilla Workshop in Portland, Oregon. Owned and designed by builder/ maker Sacha White, they recently came through town performing fit sessions for new customers, putting on rides and showcasing the bikes. Among the rides on display was Speedvagen’s take on the street-style super […]
Review: Acre Supply Hauser Pack
ACRE is a new entry to the mountain biking community. The roots of the company, however, run deep in mountain biking. ACRE’s founders, Bart Kyzar and Mark Falvai, were the original founders of the iconic urban cycling brand Chrome Industries. Originally based in Boulder, the first Chrome bags were designed with mountain bikers in mind.
Review: Mission Workshop Acre Jacket
If you’re a fan of gear blogs featuring technical apparel, you’re probably already familiar with the Schoeller label. For those new to the brand, the Swiss fabric mill specializes in the development and manufacturing of some of the most cutting edge, innovative fabrics available today. Unfortunately, these technologies come at a cost, and with a […]
Mission Workshop launches Acre Collection of MTB Apparel and Pack(s)
We’ve been fans of Mission Workshop gear for sometime now, as well as their philosophy for making stuff. When we saw sneak peeks of a new hydration pack being tested on their Instagram account, it definitely perked our interest. Their new pack the Hauser, features a dry bag style approach to design and style cues […]