Castelli Inferno BibshortAs worn by Tour De France
champions Team Sky, the Castelli Inferno Bibshort is a tried-and-true hot weather bib. Improving on the previous model of the Inferno, this edition employs an even lighter fabric on the sides and ...
Crank Brothers Stamp 3 Large PedalsThe Stamp 3
are a size specific, elite level platform pedal that provides the optimal shoe/pedal interface. They feature a minimal profile for plenty of clearance in tight situations. Ten adjustable pins provide maximum grip, ...
The Deluxe BMX F- Lite pedals are CNC
machined from Billet T6 aluminum. The replaceable pins allow you to customize how much grip the pedals possess. FAF sealed bearings and chromoly axle are rugged and stand up to the elements. ...
It doesn’t take much experience with All-City to realize how profound their love for cycling is. They’ve pursued bikes as a lifelong passion, and their brand stands as a totem to that. It’s not just a fad, or a means to make money, it’s a lifestyle. And because cycling is so important to them, the community is as well. The people who buy their products are more than customers, they’re family. With that simple and beneficent philosophy, All-City is on a mission to make great cycling products, and affect positive change in the world. One way All-City satisfies these goals is by pairing up with artists to help design their merch. One of their latest collaborations was with Bryn Perrott, AKA Deerjerk. Bryn’s art consists of woodcuts inspired by classic tattoo flash and folk art. Her pieces are meticulously designed, and feature a brilliant aesthetic that blends almost seamlessly with the All-City brand.
Along with working with independent artists, All-City also makes efforts to reach out and support unique and inspiring riders. One of the latest additions to their team is Leo Rodgers, a world record holder in the 200-meter Time Trial in the Paralympics. Leo is currently training for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, and after that, he aspires to launch a career as a motivational speaker, spreading the same inspiration that encouraged him to rise up to the front of the pack. Undoubtedly, All-City is on to something. They’re enriching the cycling community with colorful characters and inspiring riders. And if that’s not awesome, we don’t know what is.