Limited edition blue raspberry cotton candy frame/fork.
The Affinity Kissena is our premium aluminum track frame set with over 20 US Stars and Stripes National Championships, including the most recent win by Affinity founder Jason Gallacher at the 2018 US masters national championships in the team pursuit. The Kissena has also won European Six-day races and 2 UCI World Championships earning Affinity the honor of rainbow stripes.
Constructed of 7005 aircraft grade aluminum tubing with a 1 1/8th integrated track specific fork with alloy steerer. The Kissena is Affinity’s proprietary geometry, and an integrated seat mast provides unmatched strength and stability. Beefy rear drop outs with replaceable inserts prevent slipping, and our short rear triangle with seat tube cut out makes for a tight wheel base and aero tucked away wheel position.
Paul Smith + Kask Protone Cycling Helmet with a ‘Blue Gradient’. Designed with the help of the decorated cycling team, Team Sky, this helmet is designed with a focus on performance, lightness and above all, safety.
Made in Italy, this helmet features 14 vents, a chin pad with eco-leather chinstrap and a removable and washable inner Coolmax® padding.
Both road and track are yours to dominate with the New 6061 Black Label Series bikes. V2 is built on an agile & ultra-light 6061 aluminum frame with Essor USA carbon fork. Significant elements new to “V2” include:
Tapered head tube for a stiffer and more responsive ride
Choice between new Black Label Compact Drops or Wide Risers with Vans Grips.
Lighter Black Label mid-profile wheels with sealed hubs
New Black Label Series CNC’d crank set with 144BCD
Drilled for bottle cage – stay hydrated on the street
6061 Black Label V2 ~ 1.5lbs in Weight Savings vs. the original series.
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Official photographers Tornanti.cc have once again created a limited edition magazine documenting the latest edition of the Red Hook Criterium. This issue is focused on the 11th edition of the race in Brooklyn.
100 limited units
Eloise Mavian – Francesco Rachello
Manual for Speed interviewed Peter Sagan on the tarmac in the Truckee International Airport in front of an airplane and a custom gold Specialized Diverge.
We didn’t ask him about racing and bikes because it’s already been done at least a hundred million times.
Also it’s our opinion most of that stuff is either self-explanatory or immaterial. Bottomline, you only have to watch him race once to know that he’s is the most relevant, sexiest, Most Animal cyclist currently racing.
No, MFS asked him a series of hard-hitting and deeply personal questions about the man, Peter Sagan. And in response, we learned a minimum of 32 illuminating insights into how the youngest member of the Pantheon for Speed works. #humanathletesvisualvideoshowcase
• Sponsored by 100% http://www.ride100percent.com/cycle/
• Special thanks to Specialized and the Sagan Fondo.