Supacaz is quietly building a line of loud-colored accessories and apparel, adding several pieces of flair to your bike. The California-based company was started by Anthony Sinyard, son of Specialized founder, Mike Sinyard – with a mission of bringing the swagger of his favorite surf/skate brands to the cycling world.
Supacaz 2020 bar tape, gloves, tools, and accessories
Supacaz is all about bringing 80’s surf style to cycling, with a growing line of bar tape accessories, gloves, bottle cages, saddles, and even tools. With product names like Super Sticky Kush, we imagine you won’t have to think too hard about where the inspiration came from.
Their SupaG gloves promote high grip in both wet and dry, along with a minimal Velcro-free closure. The thumb and forefinger are even conductive so you can use your touch-screen device with full-finger gloves on.
Prices range from $40 to $55, depending on style. Colors? Lots.
The core of the Supacaz bar tape line is their Super Sticky Kush (above, lower), which promises extreme grip even while wet. If you want to prioritize your flash, go with the shiny Bling Tape (above, top). Bar tape includes rubberized finishing tape and aluminum bar plugs with 3mm hex bolt. We’ve even tested it, and liked it so much that it made our list of the best handlebar tapes.
If blingy tools are your thing (IS that a thing?) – Supacaz offers the QuickFix 10-in-1 multitool in rainbow color, along with a matching CO2 inflator. Check them out at your local dealer, or through the link below.