House Industries for Rapha Tour Of California Caps!


In conjunction with the new and improved Mobile Cycle Club, we’ll be doing three group rides leaving from the following stages: Stage Three – Mt. Diablo, Stage Six – Santa Clarita – Mt. High and Stage Eight – Thousand Oaks. I want you to come, enjoy a nice, chill ride and have fun – and pick up some limited edition goodies from House Industries.

Text from The Radavist!

Damn! These are so good!

Mimbres Man!

I’m always trying to find a jersey that’s not a jersey…


and a couple weeks ago Ty gifted me this jersey/shirt from Mimbres Man.

I’ll go ahead and get this over with…*WARNING* this shirt is not for everyone. It’s made of a prehistoric non-technical fabric called cotton(hand woven Guatemalan), it’s very boxy, and a bit hippy dippy. With that being said, I’d say it’s pretty perfect for me and if you’re anything like me, you’ll probably dig it!

If you’re thinking about swooping I’d highly suggest sizing up. I wear a medium in almost all jerseys but have a large and it fits exactly how it should.

Check it out…HERE!

Moyer’s first bicycle was a Track Bike!



Back in the early 2000′s, here in Austin, a guy named Whitney Moyer headed to a mecca of hopeful framebuilders in the US, UBI. Upon returning with all the experience needed to build frames, he was looking to commission a local project. This was that frame. Moyer’s first!

More at The Radavist!

Bike Packing with Yonder Journal!


Learn all about it…HERE!

If you’re interested in doing any kind of touring on a Track Bike without rack mounts, this is where you should be looking. Getting that bag off your back has never been so easy. With the popularity of Bike Packing these days, almost ever major city has someone making custom bags and larger companies like Revelate can be ordered by any LBS that uses QBP.