contact us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right.

IMG_1210 copy.jpg

posts

Filtering by Category: reviews

BSC x Caste // Saved by the Bell Kit

Nicholas Kupiak

While most of us were prying ourselves from the warmth of our homes to accomplish those long, cold, wet winter training miles, Broad Street and Caste Projects were busy in the design shed sitting underneath heat lamps, sipping on Capri Sun while dreaming of the summer months. Reminiscing about simpler times, before the digital age consumed our imaginations, when acid wash jeans were a normality, and chairs were meant to be sat on backwards. They concluded that technology had made us a cold, calculated, and hardened society, and decided to do something about this unwarranted seriousness toward what is fundamentally a joyful habit. Riding our bikes and riding them for fun.

Read More

Brodie SSCXWC Edition Romax

Nicholas Kupiak

If you live in the Pacific Northwest and race CX then you're probably already aware of the Single Speed Cyclocross World Championships taking place in Victoria this November. Thanks to some great work by the boys from Naked and their compatriots Drew and Andrew they managed to secure the event almost one calender year ago at the 2014 edition of the race. Slated to take place at one of my favourite COTR venues, I knew that looking into a SS build would finally be on the horizon for me. 

Read More

Brodie Ti Romax

Nicholas Kupiak

Utilitarian. I've touched on this topic in a previous post and how form must always follow function for something to be worth its weight. Yet here I am, looking at and writing about a frame that brings both together in the best way. 

Read More

ACRE Hauser TrailPack

Nicholas Kupiak

Lightweight, well balanced, comfortable, aero (can't believe I'm bringing this up about a backpack), waterproof, and perfectly functional. Most roll-top bags I've used in the past kept my items entirely dry, but they always came with the inherent wings sitting just behind the tops of my shoulders. Hooking on branches or small trees, scooping up headwinds like two large pterodactyl arms, and leaving me constantly uneasy of my immediate surroundings.

Read More