Nonetheless Garments is a clothier specializing in stylish menswear for urban cyclists that look as considered and well-tailored on the bike as off it. Their range include trousers, shorts and shirts in a subtle selection of plaids, checks and hues that are constructed from modern materials like Polartec® NeoShell and traditional fabrics like wool and waxed cotton. They’ve just added a new product to their line: a bespoke Stanridge Speed path racer.
Regular readers of The Spoken will quickly recognize the name of Adam Eldridge and Stanridge Speed — his creations have ranged from the traditional Grey Flash and respectable townies to 29er mountain bikes and cyclocross racers to the sleek Highstreet Pursuit that won this year’s Red Hook Criterium race under Dan Chabanov. Adam has been assembling and painting a phenomenal number of Highstreet Pursuits lately, exporting them to customers all over the world.
The Molloy is a tribute to the burgeoning craft movement in the Midwestern states of America, as Stanridge Speed is located in Ohio and Nonetheless is based in Chicago. The two are also working on a further extension of their association: keep an eye on the websites of both Stanridge Speed and Nonetheless Garments for news of a forthcoming range of garments.