Coffee Outside ATX

Do you like coffee? Do you like starting your day surrounded by friends overlooking the beautiful river that runs through our city? Coffee Outside ATX (#coffeeoutsideatx) has started back up and the coffee and high-fives are flowing!

Friends of Cycleast Katie Visco and Henley Phillips are taking the reins with our support. Henley says, "It's about 'the pinch'—offering an opportunity for folks to do something different and make a stop outside with coffee and friends."

Everyone is welcome to join, even if you don't have a full coffee outside setup! It's kind of like a potluck. A cup is the only thing you need and if you can contribute water, coffee grounds, snacks, or a camp stove, even better! A giant handwritten "#coffeeoutsideatx" sign is displayed at our gathering spots to welcome walkers-by to join. 

Coffee Outside ATX starts at 7:30am and usually wraps up around 9am at different central locations in Austin. Check Cycleast's Instagram for the exact location each week. This week we're encouraging friends to bring musical instruments to Lou Neff Point on the south end of the river by Zilker Park.

Festka Zero

Adam has always been one of our best customers. When he had his BMC frame cracked in half by a distracted driver (front flip roll over the hood, landed on his feet, unhurt) he came to us looking to build something new up. Festka popped up immediately and we knew we had to do something special.


Tom Warner has been coming to us nearly since our inception to have us help with his hobby of restoring toys. When he brought us this Velocipede it was a rusted skeleton.

Rusty Barhopper

Caleb needed something for short jaunts and bar hopping that isn't his super fancy Hufnagel. He brought us this patina-ed beach cruiser that we got flying with new wheels, crank arms, grips, and tires.

Rob's SAB

A friend of mine asked the other day, "Why do you do art?" This bike is my response.  Every bike is a work of art, a blend of form and function, but when it comes together like this it makes me feel like all is right with the world.  In those magic moments, the bike and the rider find each other at exactly the right time, and this SAB is just that.

Campagnolo Super Record 11

What do you do when your customer wants a flat top bar but it has to be silver and it doesn't exist.  You get a black one and polish it til it shines.

White Industries T11 hubset laced to Carbon hoops with SAPIM CX-Ray spokes.

All City Mr. Pink

What exactly is the Mr. Pink? It's your first race bike, it's a super commuter, it's your work bike, it crushes gravel. Need a solid platform for your first serious road racer? Mr. Pink is your guy (or gal). Planning long days in the saddle with some rougher roads thrown in? Perhaps nothing but gravel? Mr. Pink can take you there, it is just as comfy off road as it is on it. Heck, one of our employees raced an entire season of cyclocross on one.

The Mr. Pink is packed with all the features All City admires in vintage steel road bikes. A crowned fork and seat collar, internal cable routing, reinforced water bottle bosses, steel head badge, and pump peg. They added a few features to increase the versatility including room for 32c tires, 28c with fenders, hidden fender mounts, and a PressFit 30 bottom bracket to drop weight and increase stiffness. Stock with new Rival 11 and race-light DT Swiss R24 wheelset, Mr. Pink has never come so well equipped.

Check out the photoset below!

Crowned fork

Signature crowned seat post clamp and internal rear brake cable routing.

Stock with Rival 11

Cane Creek headset, Salsa stem and handlebar.

Get it in the sunshine and she'll sparkle.

Mr. Pink comes stock with 28mm Clement Strada LGG's that tear up the streets wet or dry.

Compact road gearing.

It's the little things...