NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Ready for something completely different? Introducing Chamois Cream w/ Activated Charcoal.
ON SALE NOW!
Our second restock of this base layer won’t last long at this price. Refresh your kit drawer now that spring has sprung!
Activated Charcoal is proven to absorb 1000x its own mass in toxins, bacteria, dirt, and oil from the skin. This key ingredient is supremely antibacterial and anti-fungal; bringing only the best for your sensitive bits.
Best on black chamois and just fine for colors, this black riding cream left no permanent stains during our testing while being vegan, gluten-free, paraben-free, sulphate-free, and oh so pleasant smelling (Teakwood).
A 4oz jar is available as well as our “Brevet” size for air travel and bike-packing… or if you have a fear of commitment.
We knew this idea had legs when it was first devised riding across Northern Idaho. 6 months and many formulations later, we’ve perfected a new chamois cream with advantages beyond the highest expectations. The charcoal is so effective it took many formulations to even keep the fragrance present.
Contains: Water (Aqua), Brassica Campestris (Rapeseed) Oil, Cetearyl Isonoanoate, Ceteareth20, Sodium Polyacrylate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Polypropylene Glycol, Glycerin, Ceteareth12, Cetyl Palmitate, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate,
Activated Charcoal (coconut origin), Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Fragrance,
Subtle hints of burning matches are all in our minds right now. Just like the Matches to Burn Pin, this base layer represents a lot of what we love about racing. Spend those matches sparingly... or not at all. Fuck it, go off the front! See who chases...
Fits like a base layer, true to size and race ready.
We make things for riders and ride bikes in races.
TWO NEW COLORS OF CAMERA ACCESSORIES:
Latest blog post below (probably about bikes):
Black Mettle Riding Cream is a revolutionary chamois cream with Activated Charcoal. This key ingredient is proven to absorb 1000x its own mass in toxins, bacteria, dirt, and oil from the skin. It’s supremely antibacterial and anti-fungal; bringing only the best for your sensitive bits.
Photos from the 2018 season of PDX Cyclocross.
Yep...this is now "a thing." Jerks getting up (or staying up) to see the sun rise on the longest day of the year 25 miles away.
Conor Brady grew up in Ireland, where his father Bill would leave every August on a two week ride around the country. A ride he called "the big lap." Bill Brady lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in 2013, and Conor never got to share that ride with him. In the summer of 2017, Conor pieced together his father's route from his old maps, and he and the Leave It On The Road crew set out to recreate The Big Lap, riding 1,000 miles in 10 days to raise donations for the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer.