Monday, December 14, 2015

DannyShane Launches San Francisco Pop-Up

San Francisco, California - December 10, 2015 - We are thrilled to announce our latest venture, a pop-up shop in the heart of San Francisco, in the Montgomery BART Station, with our friends from Walz Caps. Whether you're looking for a last minute gift or just want to check out some DannyShane clothing in person, we invite you to stop by and say hello.

City: San Francisco, California Location: Montgomery BART Station When: December Only! What: Awesome Cycling Gear from DannyShane and Walz Caps

You're invited, so stop on over if you're in the neighborhood! Here's a map to find us...

Happy Holidays from Your Friends at DannyShane

Saturday, December 12, 2015

DannyShane at Box Hill

Located in the heart of the Surrey Hills, bike shop and cafe Maison Du Velo are great friends and stockists of DannyShane. It is also where the DannyShane - Storck Race team spend most of their time! Maison Du Velo invited the DannyShane - Storck Race team to take part in their demo day and the boys jumped at the chance. Filmed at one of the most famous climbs in the UK, "Box Hill" is a Mecca for cycling and a regular training route for the team.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

The Great Sock Debacle of Coeur D'Alene

DannyShane Ambassador Jon gives us a glimpse at a super-fun event-the Coeur D' Fondo in Coeur D'Alene this past Fall. Despite the "sock debacle", we can see why this event is already on his calendar for next year!  

From Jon:

Every Fall I try to pick a couple of Fondos, put them on the schedule, and plan a weekend around them.  The past couple of years the "Coeur D’ Fondo" in Coeur D’ Alene, Idaho has been a top pick.  Let’s face it-who doesn’t love a fun weekend of bike racing, riding and Oktoberfest?  If you have never been to CDA, it’s a small town built on an amazingly beautiful lake surrounded by mountains.  The fondo has lots of length options including one that ends with a ferry ride/happy hour back across the lake to town.

New last year was the inclusion of a crit race on Saturday under the lights through the closed off downtown streets.  While I didn’t race it this year, it’s on the agenda for next year.  The course streaks by lots of outdoor restaurants and bars that are packed with people cheering, heckling and generally having a great time… I am IN!

Sunday morning I woke up early and went through my pre-fondo checklist… Bibs, Jersey, helmet, food, socks, shoes…wait, socks?? Did I really show up with two of everything but managed to forget 1 pair of cycling socks? After searching frantically, I gave up all hope and put on a pair of black dress socks. If I don’t have the right ones, they at least need to look the part and match it all up.  Due to the missing socks, we arrived a few minutes late and had to start in the back of the 800 person field. All hope of being in the front group was lost, but we decided the fun factor would be high as we could ride our own pace and enjoy the fall.  The event rolled out with a police escort through town, and we settled into a nice pace riding the near car-free roads.  We arrived in the little shoreline town of Harrison and found an amazingly well-stocked feed station that included egg/sausage/cheese burritos.  After eating one and tucking another into my jersey to eat later, we hit the roads once again only to find the route included sections that were totally car-free including a cool river crossing that was once a train track.  The final 20 miles served up a stiff headwind, but with the promise of Oktoberfest, we rode on.

After putting the bikes into the bike check, we settled in for a great afternoon of wandering the town and enjoying the food, drink and live music that the city had going on.

I am already looking forward to the 2016 version and more burritos!


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

TheChainLink.org Raves About DannyShane

Great big thanks to our friends at TheChainLink who recently reviewed a batch of DS gear:

"One of the companies we made a point to seek out at Interbike was DannyShane. This was primarily because in a sport that has often exemplified tacky design, we liked their aesthetic."

And, then...

"On top of that, DannyShane positions itself as an "eco-conscious company." What this means is that they seek out the most environmentally-friendly fabric materials available to them that meet the performance requirements of serious cycling. For the jerseys, this means they use a 50/50 blend of bamboo white ash and recycled polyesters."

Read the entire review here. Check out the Black Romer featured in this review here.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The Winter



DannyShane is proud to offer a line of thoughtful cold-weather gear for both on and off the bike.

Monday, October 5, 2015

DannyShane is "Subtle with an Impact"

DannyShane's new 2016 collection caught some eyes at Interbike 2015 last month and received some well-deserved recognition from Bicycling. From Bicycling Magazine:

"Danny Shane’s apparel can be described simply: subtle, with an impact. Using retro-inspired colors and lines, the brand has put together jerseys in classic cuts with patterns like houndstooth, plaid, and stripes that stand out without screaming “look at me!” The brand chars bamboo to a fine white powder and adds it to its fabrics to make them more eco-friendly, breathable, and filter more UV light..."

To read the rest of the article, please click here.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

A DannyShane Original: Snowbridge



DannyShane combines classic styles with rich patterns and the latest in tech fabrics. Try the Snowbridge.