Check out this awesome article written about DZR rider Tyler McCaul on Pinkbike.
- written by: Danielle Baker and Pinkbike
Being Cam McCaul’s younger brother wasn’t always easy for Tyler McCaul, “I used to get heckled by kids daily saying that the only reason I had sponsors was because I had a 'famous' brother.” But it’s been a long time since Tyler was in his older brother’s shadow – while Cam helped him to get his foot in the door with a lot of companies, it's been Tyler's own hard work and passion that has made his career what it is today.-Read the rest at Pinkbike.com
Walk into Banker Supply Co. in Echo Park and you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd just entered an exhibition space instead of a new bike store.
The “cycling lifestyle” boutique, as it's described by founder Nick Drombosky, opened for business last month in an 1,800-square-foot space with high ceilings, white walls and concrete flooring that showcases about a dozen bikes, racks of stylish clothing and footwear designed for everyday urban biking.
The apparel includes San Francisco-brand Parker Dusseau's dress shirts made from antimicrobial performance fabrics, and shoes from DZR — which look like regular street shoes but are designed for pedals. There are also accessories like sleek titanium locks and a special wax that adheres eyeglasses to the face.
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