Posted: 10/02/2012 Filed under: BIKE | Tags: Cinelli, Cinelli MASH SSCX, cyclocross, MASH SF, Single speed
This is it!
Posted: 09/15/2012 Filed under: BIKE | Tags: Bike jersey, MASH, MASH SF
MASH has their new jersey out. Check out the history of their design. Currently No.1, No.3, and No.5 are available.
Posted: 12/05/2011 Filed under: BIKE, Culture | Tags: Backpack, camouflage backpack, camouflage bag, ipad case, lazy monk, MASH SF, messenger bag
Two new patterns for our bhaisajyaguru (small messenger bag)
Complete hunting inspired bhaisajyagurus.
Tricolor Ipad case.
Tree Camouflage Ipad case.
Snow Camouflage Ipad case.
Black Monkpack (wide)
Neon Green Monkpack (wide)
Snow Camouflage Monkpack (wide)
All these items are available at MASH SF Store in San Francisco or through lazy monk.
Posted: 10/16/2011 Filed under: BIKE, Culture | Tags: cyclecross, jersey, MASH SF
This is one of the best jersey design I have seen in a long time. It is so classic. Congratulations guys!!!
YES, I got to have one before the snowfall. Check out these pics from their web magazine.
matching bike not included.
Posted: 05/24/2011 Filed under: ART, BIKE, Culture | Tags: Cinelli, De la Paz Coffee, MASH SF, online shop, Store
As many of you already know, MASH SF opened their first real store in SF. In addition to the store, they have also updated their online shop.
There are just too many cool things that I do not even know where to start. Well, if you can not make it to the real shop, they are giving you a second option. MASH x Cinelli (choice #1.)
Cinelli X you know who saddle! (got to get one while it is around)
Do not forget the sticker pack and
But the best part is to hang out with these guys over a cup of De la Paz coffee and chat about BIKE.
Posted: 05/18/2011 Filed under: BIKE | Tags: Logo design, MASH SF, Team Radio Shack
Team Radioshack logo pays a lot of respect towards San Francisco based cycling group MASH. Here is the reminder. As always, the original designed by Benny Gold is much better than the second hand version. TRS should have consulted a person who actually knows something about cycling culture rather than going for a news value. Frankly, it is making them look BAD.