Kustomcaps goes to Interbike 2014. (Well, not really.)

Posted on September 14, 2014 by Dan Shust | 0 Comments

So...we didn't get a chance to physically go to Interbike this year, but we went virtually via the Internets (not as good) and here is what we want...

The new Giro VR90 MTB shoes, a Surly Cross Check in Orange, Schwalbe's Dual-Chamber tire system, the Twin Six bike line, this Swobo Scofflaw, Sparse lights, Paul Klamper disc brakes, the Fly6 rear camera and light, ODI Aaron Gwin grips, almost everything by Acre Supply and Vermarc's VW Bus.

What did you dig?


Going Fully Kustom

Posted on September 12, 2013 by Dan Shust | 3 Comments

When we started our Fully Kustom program less than 2 years ago, we never imagined the creativity we would see every day from our customers. It is so much fun to open the files you guys and gals submit. We never know what we are gonna find ;) Here's a sampling:

Welcome to the new Kustomcaps!

Posted on September 10, 2013 by Dan Shust | 1 Comment

We are really excited to finally drop our new website and identity. Please let us know what you think. We've got some great stuff planned for the rest of 2013. New products, accessories, swag, maybe a Kustomcaps Kit. It's gonna be a lot of fun and we couldn't do it without all of the support from our customers. You guys have been great about spreading the Kustomcaps.com love and we can't thank you enough.

Vegas Baby

Posted on September 10, 2013 by Dan Shust | 0 Comments

Kustomcaps is really excited to be attending Interbike for the first time this year. We'll be walking the show floor September 18th and 19th and checking out all the latest the industry has to offer. Our bag will be loaded with free Kustomcaps, so if you are gonna be there, hit us up on emailTwitter, Facebook or Instagram and We'll find you and give you some swag. Look for lots of Instagram updates during the show and a wrap-up from our unique perspective soon after.

That Endor Flow

Posted on August 14, 2013 by Dan Shust | 0 Comments

Back in June we had the pleasure to head out to the birthplace of mountain biking (Fairfax, CA in Marin County...but you knew that) to ride Endor, a relatively new flow trail at Tamarancho Boy Scout Camp. We started the morning by driving out of San Francisco, over the Golden Gate Bridge and into Marin. We arrived in Fairfax after a short drive and picked up our bikes at Sunshine Bicycle Center. I was on a 26" Ibis Mojo SL for the day. 

We rode away from Sunshine Bicycle through town and then up Iron Springs Rd. to the camp. The trails aren't especially well marked and the map we received at Sunshine was a bit wonky, but we were lucky enough to run into a few other riders on the trial that pointed us in the right direction at the right times.

You definitely earn your turns by climbing up Alchemist then Goldman, Serpentine, Wagon Wheel, B-17 and B-17 Extension to get to Endor. But when you get there, this is what is waiting for you. Good fun. Kustomcaps recommended!