Introducing ACRE, a new division of Mission Workshop.

The Acre Trail System is a collection of bags and apparel that balances the need to climb light and fast with exceptional durability and weather protection.

Enjoy the ride, no matter the conditions.

Go to Acre-supply.com


Charcoal Faroe pullover has been added to the MW line-up.

The Faroe is a semi-fitted pullover that works to bridge the gap between all environments.

Go to the Faroe Pullover


Gallery // Interbike 2013 Booth #4137

Thanks to everyone who stopped by the booth, both to check out Dan Barham’s photography and the new Acre line of hydration packs and cycling apparel! Thanks too, to Bicycle Coffee for providing us all with arguably the best coffee in Vegas for three days straight. We’ll see you next year Vegas.


MW and DZR at Eurobike 2013

Thanks to John Watson for grabbing some early morning shots before the crowds.


Pre-orders for the Orion waterproof riding jacket now open.

The Orion is a fully-taped waterproof, breathable jacket cut for life on the bike. Made with 4-way stretch Schoeller c_change. This waterproof–breathable fabric is designed, developed, and manufactured in the Swiss Alps; the ultimate testing grounds for all conditions from sub-zero to sub-tropical. The Orion jacket is the perfect waterproof jacket for an exceptionally wide range of environments.

Learn more about The Orion.


The new Stahl short is the very definition of resilient.

The Stahl short is made for movement and built to endure. The shorts are constructed with a DWR treated military-spec 4-way stretch fabric from the USA and features Swiss-made Riri tack button, YKK zipper for the fly and side utility pocket, and raised rear waistband for coverage while on the bike.

The Stahl Short


Welcoming a new kit of apparel here at MW, check out the Indian Summer release on the site.

Fog keeps San Francisco cold and damp until the Indian Summer arrives in August. This release of merino wool shirts and stretch shorts will be the perfect kit for the warm months to come here in the Bay Area. Each item in the kit is sewn to last, fit for riding, and made in California.

Assemble your kit


Video: John Watson’s THE ENDS

Short film about John Watson and Mission Workshop on their cycling tour of China’s Yangtze River Delta.


Gear Check List // Headed to the Mountains

Three riders, Photographer Dan Barham, Videographer James Adamson, and Mission Workshop’s International Agent Lyle Barton, laid out their gear before heading into the fray.


Essentials: John Watson of Prolly is Not Probably // HYPEBEAST

“John Watson has made a career out of exploring. His bike culture blog, Prolly is Not Probably, is easily one of the most in-depth examinations of worldwide city culture, framed in a perspective from behind two wheels.” – HYPEBEAST.com


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