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The More You Know: 46cm and 61cm Thunderdomes Exist.

Yeah, you read that right. Here in the real world you can actually purchase either a really small or pretty darn big Thunderdome frameset in lovely polished aluminum. And if that wasn't enough to get your RPM's up, there's more. Yes, there is actually even more good news. We have dropped the MSRP on this 7000 Series aluminum beast to $650. Zoinks!

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Russell’s Space Horse

While down in Austin for Cross Nationals we threw a little party with our dealer Cycleast. In between laying heavy slabs of wax on the ears of the partygoers, I had the opportunity to shoot some photographs of Cycleast's head honcho, Russell's, way hot Dura Ace equipped Space Horse. Check it out.

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Nico Vs. Taxi

Check out our team rider Nico Deportago-Cabrera in this new video from Redbull. Nico shreds the streets of Chicago racing a cabbie on his Thunderdome.

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Crash Nationals Part Two - Sunday’s Dramatic Turn of Events

I'm sure you've seen the jokes and internet punditry associated with last Sunday mornings abrupt cancellation and subsequent postponement of racing. If you haven't, let me give you a brief recap. Sunday is THE BIG DAY. The day that the Elites (read pros) and juniors take to the turf to decide who is the best of the best in the good ol' United States. This is the day the entire week of racing has been building toward, and the day where all the pro teams, moms and dads, and sponsors get their big payoff.

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Crash Nationals Race One - Your Regularly Scheduled Bandit Cross

On Thursday of the National Cyclocross Championship in Austin, All-City sponsored Beat the Clock Cycling and the Radavist's bandit cross event, Crash Nationals. This was your regularly scheduled Bandit Cross, not to be confused with Sunday's Crash Nationals race which was put together at the eleventh hour in order to salvage a historic and potentially shitty day (which turned out awesome BTW). More on Sunday's race in the next blog post, so today we'll just soak in the stoke from what was an absolutely excellent night race.

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Meet Nick, our new Product Manager

Hey folks, take a minute to get to know the newest member of our team member, New Jersey transplant Nick Paglia. Nick is sliding into the Product Manager role, taking over for Amy who's leaving us for the bright lights of our sister brand Surly. We're all real excited about his coming on board because he just plain "gets it." If you you know what I mean...

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