Skate brand Palace unveil their “MAD BOY” collaboration with American bike company Cannondale.

London-based skateboarding and streetwear brand, Palace, reveal their Fall 2021 “MAD BOY” collaboration with U.S. bicycle company Cannondale, paying homage to Cannondale’s iconic Bad Boy bike model for its 50th anniversary. 

As well as introducing Palace’s very first bike available for purchase, the collab includes cycling tops, T-Shirts, hoodies, Gore-Tex jackets and pants, and an array of accessories, all emblazoned with the Cannondale logo and a “MAD BOY” signature, available in a kaleidoscope of colours from turquoise and royal blue to fuchsia pink and yellow. The bike itself has a black alloy frame, flecked with the same eye-catching colours as the apparel. 


Following on from a collaboration with cycling brand Rapha last year, Palace doubles down on its stance that biking firmly belongs in the world of streetwear, in a move that merges the world of skating and cycling once and for all. 

The collection will be available from the 3rd of September online and at Palace stores in London, New York and LA, and from the 4th of September in Japan. Dover Street Market will also stock the collab both instore and online, while the bike itself will only be available via the Cannondale website.

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