The Full Frame Collective took over our shipping container out front and plastered it with hundreds of photo prints from the past several years. Photos from Arthur Alvarez, John Reiss, Terry Barentsen and Kyle Emery-Peck covered a myriad of themes from each photographer as well as parallels drawn from the local cycling community. Local band and friends, Vanwave played a quick set from the top of the container at night’s end for all who attended. Photos by Evan Dudley and Arthur Alvarez.
On Friday, May 2nd, from 7—10pm join us at our San Francisco shop for a Q+A session with bike builder Aaron Stinner. Showcased will be one of his latest builds, a 650b hardtail with a unique geometry. Beer on tap, bourbon on the side, and a lot of talk about bikes.
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Friday and Saturday only, stop by Mission Workshop’s San Francisco store for the Sample and Seconds Sale.
Bicycle Coffee will be providing free coffee to attendees on Saturday.
Friday Nov. 15 until 7:30pm
Saturday Nov. 16 until 6:30pm
MW / SF
40 Rondel Place
San Francisco, CA
The Torre is a classic fitted zip-up sweater made with a unique 380 g/sm, 18.9 Micron Merino wool reinforced with core filament stretch nylon.
Merino wool is naturally antibacterial, an excellent temperature regulator, and it draws moisture away from the skin. With nylon woven into the fabric, it has added stretch and durability, making this a garment that will be a staple for years to come.
Made in San Francisco, California.
On Friday July 19th, Ben Farver spoke about his process at Argonaut Cycles at Mission Workshop. Farver started with a short overview of his history and the company’s, then went into answering questions.
On Friday July 19th, Ben Farver spoke to an attentive crowd at Mission Workshop about his process at Argonaut Cycles. One of the more prominent notes to come to light, is that Farver is not interested in expanding his line. Instead Argonaut will concentrate on perfecting ride quality and fit for each customer. Every bike made by Argonaut is essentially the best bike they can build at that time. Check out in more detail what this perfect bike is here: Argonaut Cycles
To illustrate Ben Farver’s talk on Friday, photography of the process behind making custom carbon bicycles was taken by Brian Vernor. The images will be on display at Mission Workshop from July 19 to July 26.
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Join us this Friday for a presentation from Argonaut Cycles and a Q & A with founder Ben Farver. Come learn how Argonaut is redefining ride quality and see a Space Bike in person. Photography by Brian Vernor will be hung for your viewing pleasure. The bike and photography will be on display till the 26th for those of you unable to attend the event.
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