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    Product Highlight // State Bicycle Co. El Toro Fixed Gear Bike

    Introducing the El Toro Fixed Gear Bike from State Bicycle Co.! The El Toro fixed gear bikes come complete with a red 4130 chromoly TIG-welded frame and matching steel chromoly fork as well as three options for handlebars (Bullhorn, Riser, or Drop). Other featured components include deep profile 700c x 32h wheels laced to high flange hubs (rear 16T flip flop hub), KMC Z410 chain, and a 46T State Bicycle Co. crankset among other solid components. If you have been looking for a daily commuter, weekend warrior or just a solid addition to your bike stable these should definitely be...

    Product Highlight // State Bicycle Co. Tsunami Fixed Gear Bike

    Introducing the Tsunami Fixed Gear Bike from State Bicycle Co.! The Tsunami fixed gear bikes come complete with a blue 4130 chromoly TIG-welded frame and matching steel chromoly fork as well as three options for handlebars (Bullhorn, Riser, or Drop). Other featured components include deep profile 700c x 32h wheels laced to high flange hubs (rear 16T flip flop hub), KMC Z410 chain, and a 46T State Bicycle Co. crankset among other solid components. If you have been looking for a daily commuter, weekend warrior or just a solid addition to your bike stable these should definitely be on your...

    Devon Tsuno x Unknown Bikes for CBNC

    The CBNC team is raffling off a few Unknown frames to raise money for their road trip up to Seattle for this years NACCC’s. They got Devon Tsuno on board to paint one of the Unknown LV2 frames and it turned out amazing! The frame along with an LV1 painted by Codak and a PS1 painted by Dave Flores will be up for auction starting this Sunday, for a week, at the CBNC 5th Anniversary Pop Up Store. This will take place at Gallery 1988 on 7020 Melrose Ave. More pics will be available on the Unknown Bikes blog soon,...

    NEW Staff Rider Page // Devin Jones

    Apparently the staff over at Costa Mesa is really into orange bikes (see Jeff Hammerstein's bike check from last week for reference >>). Staying with the orange theme, we profiled Devin Jones  who works over at our Costa Mesa shop. He showed off his handbuilt true temper tubing custom criterium style frameset as a student of the Yamaguchi frame building class. Soon enough, Devin will be cranking out some frames once he get's his studio up and running! Check out his full bike check by clicking here >> A true orange-inal. Get it? No? Okay, check out Devin's full bike check...