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VOLVO LIFEPAINT

This is a great concept and idea. A cyclist should be conscious of how visible they are at night. But a driver, should also be aware. See more HERE!

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DEW FILES | Finland

I ride through most of the winter. The only thing that stops me are extreme cold, too much snow, or a cold. I couldn’t imagine riding when it’s -20 degrees outside. The people of Finland use their bikes for everything, all year round. This video by Kona will give you an idea of what it’s like.

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God & Famous | Kill Cap 2

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God & Famous Kill Cap II dropping today!!! Get yours HERE!

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2015 MASH Parallax Jersey

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Mash dropped their newest collaboration with Castelli Cycling. The 2015 Parallax kit, designed Garret Chow, “draws inspiration from optical tests used to calibrate glass lenses.” Get yours HERE!

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2015 All-City Line Up

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All-City unveiled an updated to their 2015 line-up at this years Frostbike. Check out their fresh new look over at the All-City blog.

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Genre de Vie

Take a few minutes on your lunch break to check out this video.

Genre de Vie is a documentary film about bicycles, cities and personal awareness. It looks at desired space and our own impact to the process of it. The film documents urban life empowered by the simplicity of the bicycle.

Today we are facing environmental issues more than ever. While architects, urban designers, policymakers and thinkers discuss the future of our cities, more and more people become aware of their own impact and use of space. Genre de Vie uses the bicycle to explore personal awareness and finds out how cycling contributes to the future livability of cities.

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Six Months Later | DZR Minnas

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In the last six months I’ve gone through three sets of cleats, four rear tires, broke my eggbeaters (twice), a stripped hub, and a handful of spills. Not to mention riding through rain, snow, mud, hot nights, and frozen mornings. That’s basically a weeks worth of weather in Missouri.

I’ve done all this while riding with my DZR Minnas. These are my commuter, ride around the city, hit the trails, and ride to the bar shoes. They are on my feet just about everyday, from 10 minutes after I wake up to 10 minutes before I go to bed. I’m rough on shoes. I’m also really particular about they fit. I have really narrow feet and shoes tend to slip off my heels real easy. Needless to say, the Minnas have held up. They don’t slip, keep my feet warm and dry, and are still comfortable. And when these shoes decide to blow, I will get myself another pair.

Also look out for what DZR shoes has coming this year. They have even teamed up with Mission Workshop and have leaked a few teasers over on their Facebook page. I can’t wait to see what all is in store!

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DZR Shoes | Camo LTD

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DZR Shoes is releasing the Limited Edition (LTD) DZR Camo Shoe. This a is small limited production of 50 pairs world wide. The shoe is a camo patterned technical canvass upper with an ultra stiff fiberglass and steel reinforced shank.

GET A PAIR HERE

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Urban Velo Issue 44

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Is available online. Get your digital copy HERE!

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