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Available Monday.

February 26, 2010

That’s right my friends. Spinwell Projects No.2: The ‘Very Well’ Tee will be available from Monday – the 1st of March.

Keep em peeled on here for details on how you can get your mitts on this fine piece of attire and just in time for spring too.

Almost here.

February 24, 2010

Spinwell Projects. 2

February 16, 2010

After the success of the Beanie Spinwell Projects will soon add another product to it’s line and another string to it’s bow with the arrival of the Spinwell printed T.

Generally not a fan of T’s with bicycles or components on I had to convey the message of this blog, brand, whatever you want to call it on a T-shirt and not wanting to blow my own trumpet I think I did a pretty good job. I just can’t wait to get the merch now!

The above photograph is merely a photoshop mock-up but as soon as I have a sample of the real deal you guys will be the first to know.

Coming very soon!


October 1, 2009



Looks like Cadence are set to drop a nice simple backpack… Can’t wait to see the full product.

Via Cadence.

Starts Today.

August 21, 2009

Wish I could make it… there will some great bargains to be had.


Rapha’s annual end-of-summer sample sale begins this Friday the 21st August. Taking place at Condor Cycles in London, there will be end of line stock, unique samples and other goodies available at heavily discounted prices. These sales usually see cyclists queueing up down the street before a mad dash into the shop, so get there early to bag yourself some bargains.

Friday 21st August 5pm – 8pm
Saturday 22nd August 9am – 5pm



July 1, 2009




The new collection from Cadence is looking great, fantastic quality all round and a real good choice of fabrics and colours, and not a cycle component printed T in sight!

Go check the whole collection here.

Via Fixedgearleeds.


December 4, 2008

Autumn/Winter 08

Now for the info!
Cadence is a creative project of artist Dustin Klein.

Most production is executed with specific & unconventional techniques that result in variants between pieces. These techniques are completed in small, detail-oriented runs.

Cadence is constantly taking steps towards increasing sustainability and lessen its impact on the environment. Through recycled materials, 100% Organic T’s, and joining 1% for the planet.

Influenced by cycling, the many perceptions of life and a insatiable desire to create.

Established in 2003, Cadence is intentionally kept as a small creative project of one person. Believing that boundless growth is not a necessary means of success.
From the road for the road.
North America, USA.

Words taken from the Cadence website

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