New kits are up. They’re being made by Zoca Gear in San Diego and 5% of all the sales will be going to Rescue Project because dogs are the best. Ordering will close on November 15 and ship December 15 and can be ordered here: Moth Attack Zoca Gear Size chart is here: Zoca Sizing […]
Philly is just a month away! There are some things rolling out for it! Lauren and I got some love from some local media. My favorite painter, Rudi of Black Magic Paint just moved to Portland and we’ve also been getting a lot of love thanks to the beautiful paint he did on the team […]
USAC put together an article featuring me and Lauren Trout of Saila Bicycles. I think it came together really well. Going Solo….. Lauren and I also signed up for the Philly Bike Expo in November. It’s a long way off, but we are able to share the booth and keep costs down, so I’m expecting […]
Lots of things have been in constant flux for me for a while now, but building is still moving forward. Thought I’d dump some photos off while I figure out how to push instagram photos this way. Of course you can always follow me there directly @mothattack!
I officially picked up and moved everything to Boulder, CO just in time for snow. Before shoving off from the west coast I got some folks rolling on their bicycles with the help of Golden Saddle Cyclery and specifically mechanic extraordinaire, Woody. I’m really sad to leave those guys behind, but really happy to be […]
I just uploaded a new shirt design to Big Cartel. I’m going to have a pre-order open until April 30th with shirts shipping by the end of May. They won’t be pre-order only, but I won’t be placing a large order for extras, especially since there are 8 available sizes. About the shirts: Printed by […]
This Friday we will be hanging out with Levi’s at Orange 20 bikes once again. Join us in launching the 2012 Levis Commuter Collection of Limited-Edition Custom Tees made in collaboration with Ritte, Orange 20 and Moth Attack. Proceeds go to the Bicycle Kitchen, Encino Velodrome and Bikes to Rwanda.
The North American Handmade Bicycle Show did not disappoint this year. All the builders I got to see and talk with had amazing things going on in their booths. I’ve missed a couple years of the show as an attendee, and I don’t think I ever will again. Aside from getting up close with some […]
I wrote a NAHBS wrap up post and it sat in drafts all this time. I couldn’t be a worse blogger, but have been incredibly busy otherwise. I’ve also taken up Twitter because 140 characters is a minimal commitment to the computer or even better, my phone. This is what it looked like: Now Interbike […]
I’m headed to Austin at the end of February for the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. Originally, I had intended to just attend and wander the show for the weekend, but I’m not eligible as a new builder next year, so I felt like I should take advantage of the new builder tables now. I’m […]