Rene Herse x Miyoshi Bottles & Tumbler

Rene Herse x Miyoshi Bottles & Tumbler

Creating original artwork is always fun – especially when we work with Miyoshi. His iconic drawings delight the readers of our book The All-Road Bike Revolution. We wanted to enjoy them at other times, too. So we put some of our favorites on two water bottles. The one on the right has a romantic camping image.

The second bottle has a variety of drawings illustrating the differences between frame materials, riding positions, aerodynamics and other technical concepts.

Now you can enjoy the whimsical drawings even when you’re riding your bike! Each design is limited to 200 bottles – get yours while they last!

And when we’re not riding, we’re enjoying our new tumbler with a drawing that isn’t even in the book! Miyoshi was so inspired by our stories of riding in the Cascades that he made another drawing of camping on the flanks of Mount Rainier. We’ve worked with fellow Seattle company Miir to put it on their top-quality tumbler. Whether you are getting take-out coffee or bringing a cup of tea to your desk for a Zoom meeting, the tumbler will brighten your day and keep your drink hot.

The stainless steel tumbler holds 16 oz (475 ml) and has a splash-proof lid. A tough powdercoated finish means you’ll enjoy it for a long time. This is a project that we made mostly for ourselves – we’ve got a few extra tumblers in stock, but they probably won’t last long.

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Comments (10)

  • Brian Lankow

    How many ounces does the tumbler hold?

    November 27, 2020 at 1:38 am
    • Jan Heine

      It’s a 16 oz – sorry, I’ll add it to the text.

      November 27, 2020 at 8:19 am
  • Dru Druzianich

    How big, ounces, is the tumbler?

    November 27, 2020 at 4:01 am
    • Jan Heine

      16 oz.

      November 27, 2020 at 8:19 am
  • daniel

    for what it’s worth, it may be time to reconsider using the name ‘rainier’ and call the mountain what it truly always has been, tahoma

    November 27, 2020 at 10:13 am
    • Jan Heine

      We’ve been thinking about it. The only issue is that Tahoma now is the name of Rainier’s second summit, so there would be confusion. If we said “We went to the end of the road on Tahoma,” people would wonder since there is no road on Tahoma Peak.

      I think a better option for us is to use the official names until they are changed. Fortunately, there are quite a few passes and mountains that honor the First Peoples who’ve been here much longer than Europeans.

      November 27, 2020 at 10:53 am
  • Brendan

    I am glad that you have added a water bottle without solid graphics so one can glance down while riding and check remaining volume. Do you have a date when you are going to restock the size 30″ knicker riding pants? It seems that has been out of stock for a long time and that is the size I wear, and I am concerned 28″ would be too small. Do the knicker pants have a zipper fly and waist button like everyday pants?

    November 28, 2020 at 3:49 pm
    • Jan Heine

      Actually, all our waterbottles are translucent, so you can see how much is inside – even on the one’s with printed graphics. Mostly, I feel the weight each time I drink, and I assess when I’ll need to resupply.

      The knickers are in production here in Seattle, but with Covid restrictions, it’s hard to know how long it’ll take. They do have an elastic waist, a snap and a zipper, plus a thin belt. Sizing is similar to your everyday pants.

      November 29, 2020 at 9:58 am
  • Nate

    Tumblers are already sold out😥

    November 29, 2020 at 9:46 am
    • Jan Heine

      Sorry, there weren’t many to start with. We may make another tumbler some day…

      November 29, 2020 at 9:59 am

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