Castelli x Blacksmith Cycle Kit 2021 ! Preorder

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We are FINALLY launching our much anticipated custom Castelli kit. Here is the origin story: In late 2019 Fiftyone bikes and Blacksmith Cycle began working on a very special bike, which was set to be displayed at 2020 NAHBS in Dallas, Texas. The design went through several iterations, back-and-forth from Toronto to Dublin, including three colour changes, and two geometry changes, before finally being approved! 
This design had a massive impact on us,  so impactful in fact that we wanted to make it available to all our friends and everyone we knew. With the help from our talented partners at Castelli, we have immortalized this design as a wearable performance piece through Castelli's range of top-end clothing, the same used by Team Ineos-Grenadiers. Our full custom collection is available HERE. Plus, for this launch only, all clothing will be offered for 25% below retail pricing for Blacksmith clients.

Castelli Team Store is open right now and will be closing on December 25th 2020. ALL pre orders get 25% off automatically. You can choose from nine items, including: Race jersey and bib shorts, for men & women, base layers, speedsuits and the Gabba rain jersey, all with our new 2021 Castelli x Blacksmith Cycle design. Simply log in, pick your items and follow the prompts to pay for your new kit!

All pre-orders must be placed before December 25th, with kits slated for arrival by end of March, 2021.
Our 2021 design was first imagined by the incredible artists at Fiftyone Bikes. Their fully custom, hand built bikes are manufactured in Dublin, Ireland and each one is hand painted to match every riders unique story. In our case, the design reflects our push for innovation without bounds. We wanted to push the envelope in what was possible with the paint work and overall build.
Thank you,
Blacksmith Cycle

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