Restrap’s Mag Bottle is Powered by Magnets

There have been a few examples of a complete water bottle and cage interface redesign over the years. UK-based Restrap throws their cap into the ring with these Mag bottles. They’re designed to work with standard bottle mounts, yet offer an easy-on, easy-off attachment thanks to magnets. These are especially helpful while using half frame bags. See more at Restrap.

Apr 18, 2017 7 comments
Speedvagen and Beckel Canvas: Duffle Set

If you can’t get enough of the Speedvagen aesthetic, then don’t miss out on these duffle bags, constructed from Portland’s own Beckel Canvas, with durable materials, tough construction and the Speedvagen Ichico pattern. See more at Speedvagen.

Apr 17, 2017 1 comment
The 2017 Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund

Check out what our friends at Bunyan Velo have been working on:

“The Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund was established in 2017 to encourage and support bicycle expeditions by providing grants and gear to traveling cyclists. Grants awarded through the Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund are made possible through reader donations and purchases made in the Bunyan Velo web shop. Gear and prizes have been generously donated by our partners, some of the best folks in the business.”

See more at Bunyan Velo!

Apr 17, 2017 1 comment
Trollstigen

The Col Collective takes on Trollstigen, one of Norway’s most scenic and challenging road climbs.

Apr 17, 2017 2 comments
Alvise Zanasca

The 2017 Red Hook Crit season is about to begin and for the past few years, Alvise Zanasca has shown he’s a force to be reckoned with.

Apr 17, 2017 No comments yet
The All In Multitool and MAGNETS!

Ever go on a ride and forget your multitool only to find yourself needing to adjust your stem or bars? Sure, laying out this scenario might be a bit cheesy, but we’ve all done it and personally, I like to “set and forget” a lot of my gear. Which is why the All In Multitool piqued my interest when I first saw a prototype last year. Check out more below. (more…)

Apr 14, 2017 7 comments
The Updated RockShox Pike

My favorite fork got an upgrade by the fine folks at RockShox. The new and improved Pike now features a lighter chassis, with a 150g reduction, a Charger 2 damper with OneLoc remote compatibility, a new DebonAir spring and will fit boosted, plus sized 27.5″ tires (up to 2.8″). Expect these to hit retail shelves this month with an MSRP of $875 – $1,000. See more at SRAM.

Apr 13, 2017 2 comments
Strawfoot Easter Egg Hunt in Los Angeles Tomorrow

Hey, Los Angeles! Strawfoot and the Radavist have all kinds of stuff for you for this year’s Easter Egg hunt. Follow us on Instagram for clues tomorrow morning as to where this package of goodies might be found. I’ll give you a hint: put on your climbing legs and remember living is easy with eyes closed.

Apr 13, 2017 1 comment
100 Copies: Light the Night

Light the Night is the newest poster from 100 Copies, inspired by that time from dusk to dawn where even our most familiar roads and trails become new. Pick up a print at 100 Copies.

Apr 13, 2017 1 comment
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Speedvagen and Beckel Canvas: Duffle Set

If you can’t get enough of the Speedvagen aesthetic, then don’t miss out on these duffle bags, constructed from Portland’s own Beckel Canvas, with durable materials, tough construction and the Speedvagen Ichico pattern. See more at Speedvagen.

Apr 17, 2017 1 comment
The 2017 Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund

Check out what our friends at Bunyan Velo have been working on:

“The Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund was established in 2017 to encourage and support bicycle expeditions by providing grants and gear to traveling cyclists. Grants awarded through the Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund are made possible through reader donations and purchases made in the Bunyan Velo web shop. Gear and prizes have been generously donated by our partners, some of the best folks in the business.”

See more at Bunyan Velo!

Apr 17, 2017 1 comment
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Trollstigen

The Col Collective takes on Trollstigen, one of Norway’s most scenic and challenging road climbs.

Apr 17, 2017 2 comments
Alvise Zanasca

The 2017 Red Hook Crit season is about to begin and for the past few years, Alvise Zanasca has shown he’s a force to be reckoned with.

Apr 17, 2017 No comments yet
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The All In Multitool and MAGNETS!

Ever go on a ride and forget your multitool only to find yourself needing to adjust your stem or bars? Sure, laying out this scenario might be a bit cheesy, but we’ve all done it and personally, I like to “set and forget” a lot of my gear. Which is why the All In Multitool piqued my interest when I first saw a prototype last year. Check out more below. (more…)

Apr 14, 2017 7 comments
The Updated RockShox Pike

My favorite fork got an upgrade by the fine folks at RockShox. The new and improved Pike now features a lighter chassis, with a 150g reduction, a Charger 2 damper with OneLoc remote compatibility, a new DebonAir spring and will fit boosted, plus sized 27.5″ tires (up to 2.8″). Expect these to hit retail shelves this month with an MSRP of $875 – $1,000. See more at SRAM.

Apr 13, 2017 2 comments
Strawfoot Easter Egg Hunt in Los Angeles Tomorrow

Hey, Los Angeles! Strawfoot and the Radavist have all kinds of stuff for you for this year’s Easter Egg hunt. Follow us on Instagram for clues tomorrow morning as to where this package of goodies might be found. I’ll give you a hint: put on your climbing legs and remember living is easy with eyes closed.

Apr 13, 2017 1 comment
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100 Copies: Light the Night

Light the Night is the newest poster from 100 Copies, inspired by that time from dusk to dawn where even our most familiar roads and trails become new. Pick up a print at 100 Copies.

Apr 13, 2017 1 comment
Found in the Mountains Good Friday Ride!

Morgan and Stephanie are hosting an adventure pace, mixed-surface ride in Vancouver after their usual coffee outside on Friday:

“We’re crafting up a route that will keep us out of traffic and exploring off-the-beaten-path dirt and neighbourhood connectors around North Vancouver. This will be an absolutely no-drop, adventure pace ride. Expect about 50 km of mixed-surface riding with options to bail out along the way if you want a shorter ride or need to get somewhere earlier in the day.”

Get the details at Found in the Mountains.

Apr 13, 2017 2 comments
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