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All-City Annual and Catalog Out Now.


Super stoked to let you know that the third edition of our Annual photo book, and our first ever product catalog are now available. 


AC Annual Vol 3 is the largest edition (cause you know, we're bigger now) yet of our annual photo spectacular keepsake.  It's also the first to be perfect bound which is a development that I'm particularly excited about. 

Contained within it's pages you'll find what we've been up to the past 12 months, and insight into who we are and why we do what it is we do.  Perfect bathroom reading.

Also in additon to all of my photos, there's a bunch from guest photogs like Kevin Sparrow (that photo of Stu racing) and John Watson (the group image and Christina action shot)


And last but certainly not least, is our new catalog which is something that the AC dealers have been asking for.  It's got all the specs, details, write ups on our ED Coat and frame choices, etc.  It's one stop shopping for info on all  of our bike models, and hopefullyl it will help out a ton on the sales floor of your local bike shop.


Both are in stock now, so tell your local shop to get some in.



September 21, 2012

Awesome! Is this available electronically as well, or only printed from a shop?

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