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Bicycle, Bicycle Racing, Clothing, Gear, Track

Limited Affinity Endo Track Kit

Looking for a clean looking kit from one of our favorite NY track teams?  Affinity teamed up with Endo to bring you this beauty. The kits are 100% handmade in Endo’s small workshop in Downtown LA, where they handle all the printing, cutting and sewing in-house. The kit is available as both a long and short sleeve jersey and our team bib short. 

This kit had been reserved exclusively to their World Championship winning track team and has never been available for public sale. They’re running a two-week pre order and capping it off at the first 50.  So get in now, or forever hold your peace.

Pre-order HERE 

Alley Cat Racing, Bicycle Racing, Events, Races, Rides, Seattle

57 Varieties Time Trial

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This Saturday, April 5th, 327 Words presents the 57 Varieties Time Trial, an alleycat-style bike race around a variety of spots in Seattle with checkpoints and performance detraction options at time-honored destinations and way-stations.

Begins at 2020 Cycle @ 21st & Union in Seattle, WA on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at 3:27pm sharp, signups commencing around 2:30 or so.

Get all the info and check out the impressive list of sponsors HERE.

 

Bicycle Racing, Rides, Road, Seattle

Rocket Ride: The Love of Suffering

The Rocket Ride brings together some of the fastest road riders/racers in the Seattle area. A weekly training ride made up of mostly members of and friends of HSP. It is a tough ride on a good day, and if you know our typical Seattle winter weather, well its usually not a good day.

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This past Saturday friend of GMG Andy Bokanev followed the ride in a support vehicle documenting the suffering in the less than idea road riding conditions. Temperatures were pegged firmly in the upper-30 territory and the light drizzle turned to cold rain, to sleet, and then to snow.

Check out Andy’s full photo set of the ride HERE.
More on HSP (Harriot Sports Performance) HERE.

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Bicycle, Bicycle Racing, Cyclocross

Transition Bikes welcomes The Rapture.

What can be said of this new cyclocross offering by Transition Bikes, out of Ferndale Washington.  Well, it looks an awful lot like a normal weekend of cross racing with Hodala.  But they did make a video and if you wonder what SSCX is all about, this covers most of it.  Minus the riser bars.  And add more beer.

Nice video, boys.

The bikes looks pretty good.  Chromoly frame & fork (with a rust-resistant coating,) disc brakes, run it geared or single… $600 frameset.  Comes in neon green or matte black.

Check it out at Transition Bikes

Alaska, Bicycle, Bicycle Racing, Events, Races, Travel

SSWC in Alaska for 2014

The Single Speed World Championships will take place in Anchorage, Alaska in 2014.  July 18-20. Coming back to the USA after it’s been overseas since 2010.  It’s travels have taken it most recently to Italy and South Africa, Ireland and New Zealand before that.

As “officially” as any shitshow can begin- the first SSWC took place in California in 1999.  I have never taken the opportunity to compete or attend one before, but this year I may just have a chance.  Or not.  Unfortunately for me it takes place smack dab in my four-month fishing season and I’ll likely be found in the middle of Prince William Sound, sulking with jellyfish dripping on me from the net above.

For others though- that have jobs that they can take some time off of, I’d highly suggest getting your ass to the 49th state for this one.  Anchorage is not well known for urban cycling- in fact I’ve found it one of the sketchiest places to ride (predominately in winter.)  Drivers are quite aggressive towards cyclists, even more so than the moose you may cross on the paths.  However, Anchorage is also home to a wonderful grid of trails, with Kincaid Park being the city’s crown jewel.  They have CX races in town at the parks, MTB races at Kincaid.  It’s pretty bad ass. And it’s in the Last Frontier.  No, not space- that’s the Final Frontier.   Drink bears and get mauled by beers!

Grab your single speed: mountain bike, sweet fixie, cross bike, tall bike, unicycle (if you’re from Portland,) or whatever other contraption you want to ride and buy a ticket.

Anyway, get your shit together and your head in the game.  When registration opens, it’ll fill up fast.  There’s a webpage and a Facebook and more info to come- so look alive!

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