Endo Customs Launches New Website and Brand Lineup
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Endo Customs makes performance cycling wear in downtown Los Angeles. For the past few years, amidst all the custom orders they’ve filled, Endo has been working on their own, unique Brand lineup. Now, for the first time, Endo’s in-house brand is available for purchase. Including base layers, jerseys, bibs, t-shirts and water bottles. I gotta say, I’m stoked to see this patten finally on some apparel. It’s been hanging in the Endo shop for over two years!

Head over to Endo Customs now to check out their full brand lineup.

Jan 22, 2015 11 comments
For the Love of Mud Kit Pre-Order Ends Tonight
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The film For the Love of Mud had a successful launch here in Austin during the Cyclocross National Championships and I’m pretty gutted to have missed it. To help recoup some of the costs of such an overwhelming project, they’ve been running a kit pre-order, which ends tonight – sorry for the last minute notice.

If you’re interested in putting a pre-order in, now’s your last chance. There are men’s and women’s kits, along with vests. Head over to For the Love of Mud to see more.

Jan 22, 2015 No comments yet
Untapped is a Go!
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On the bike nutrition is pretty easy these days, but once you weed out all the unpronounceable ingredients, you begin to second guess just how healthy some of it is. Imagine if you could just pull something directly from nature, that gave you energy, had antioxidant power, was delicious and naturally water soluble. That’s the idea behind Ted King’s Untapped.

100% pure Vermont Maple Syrup in easy to carry pouches. Oh and socks and bottles. Head over to Untapped to see the full lineup and ask your shop about carrying it.

Jan 22, 2015 5 comments
Manual for Speed: Tour de San Luis – Día Dos
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The dudes are down in Argentina for the Tour de San Luis doing there thing – which is, by the way, so finely-tuned these days. Their unique form of anthropological archiving of professional bike racing is unstoppable. Head over to Manual for Speed to soak in some Argentinian culture. Oh and bike racing. Oh and a sick mix tape.

Jan 21, 2015 4 comments
Crikey!

If the drop bears, hoop snakes or river water don’t get ya, then the dreaded boxing ‘roos will. Check it out as a boxing kangaroo nails this cyclist with a mean right hook.

Jan 21, 2015 2 comments
Pretty Damned Fast
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The ladies over at Pretty Damned Fast have an excellent post up, showcasing both the Cyclocross Nationals and our race on Sunday after the postponement of the finals. I can’t get enough of this stuff! Head over to Pretty Damned Fast to check it out. It’s great seeing a website written by women, commentate on what it’s like to race as a woman and yes, Fuck Brunch!

Jan 21, 2015 1 comment
All-City Cycles Covers Crash Nationals
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Photo by Marty Wood

The Crash Nationals night race was a huge success and even with all the nighttime shenanigans, had a good amount of photographers out, documenting the fun. It’s always a great feeling knowing that people thoroughly enjoyed your race, especially from such a fun city like Minneapolis.

Jeff from All-City shared his thoughts on Crash Nationals at the All-City Blog, head on over and check it out for some more great photos by Marty Wood!

Jan 21, 2015 No comments yet
The Ride Journal 9
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The Ride Journal‘s ninth issue is now available at your local stockist and online. This is a favorite over here at the Radavist. From the excellent cover art to the content, this unique publication works every angle of cycling. Pick up a copy now for £10.50 in the UK or £14.50 worldwide.

Jan 20, 2015 1 comment
New Balance Introduces the C-Series Cycling Sneakers
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This project has been in the works for some time now. We’ve already seen New Balance reach out to frame builders in the Boston area, so this shouldn’t be a huge surprise and while many would say the urban cycling “sneaker” has jumped the shark, it’s still exciting to see a brand like New Balance take its approach to a staple in any cyclists’ wardrobe: comfortable sneakers to ride a bike in.

Check out the full press-release below, including models, availability and pricing.

(more…)

Jan 20, 2015 13 comments
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For the Love of Mud Kit Pre-Order Ends Tonight
Mud-face-crop

The film For the Love of Mud had a successful launch here in Austin during the Cyclocross National Championships and I’m pretty gutted to have missed it. To help recoup some of the costs of such an overwhelming project, they’ve been running a kit pre-order, which ends tonight – sorry for the last minute notice.

If you’re interested in putting a pre-order in, now’s your last chance. There are men’s and women’s kits, along with vests. Head over to For the Love of Mud to see more.

Jan 22, 2015 No comments yet
Untapped is a Go!
Untapped

On the bike nutrition is pretty easy these days, but once you weed out all the unpronounceable ingredients, you begin to second guess just how healthy some of it is. Imagine if you could just pull something directly from nature, that gave you energy, had antioxidant power, was delicious and naturally water soluble. That’s the idea behind Ted King’s Untapped.

100% pure Vermont Maple Syrup in easy to carry pouches. Oh and socks and bottles. Head over to Untapped to see the full lineup and ask your shop about carrying it.

Jan 22, 2015 5 comments
Manual for Speed: Tour de San Luis – Día Dos
manualforspeed_tourofsanluis-13

The dudes are down in Argentina for the Tour de San Luis doing there thing – which is, by the way, so finely-tuned these days. Their unique form of anthropological archiving of professional bike racing is unstoppable. Head over to Manual for Speed to soak in some Argentinian culture. Oh and bike racing. Oh and a sick mix tape.

Jan 21, 2015 4 comments
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Crikey!

If the drop bears, hoop snakes or river water don’t get ya, then the dreaded boxing ‘roos will. Check it out as a boxing kangaroo nails this cyclist with a mean right hook.

Jan 21, 2015 2 comments
Pretty Damned Fast
PrettyDamnedFast-CXNATS

The ladies over at Pretty Damned Fast have an excellent post up, showcasing both the Cyclocross Nationals and our race on Sunday after the postponement of the finals. I can’t get enough of this stuff! Head over to Pretty Damned Fast to check it out. It’s great seeing a website written by women, commentate on what it’s like to race as a woman and yes, Fuck Brunch!

Jan 21, 2015 1 comment
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All-City Cycles Covers Crash Nationals
Crash_Nationals

Photo by Marty Wood

The Crash Nationals night race was a huge success and even with all the nighttime shenanigans, had a good amount of photographers out, documenting the fun. It’s always a great feeling knowing that people thoroughly enjoyed your race, especially from such a fun city like Minneapolis.

Jeff from All-City shared his thoughts on Crash Nationals at the All-City Blog, head on over and check it out for some more great photos by Marty Wood!

Jan 21, 2015 No comments yet
The Ride Journal 9
front_cover-5c5aa2948bbcbc5dd4d0bde75462a239

The Ride Journal‘s ninth issue is now available at your local stockist and online. This is a favorite over here at the Radavist. From the excellent cover art to the content, this unique publication works every angle of cycling. Pick up a copy now for £10.50 in the UK or £14.50 worldwide.

Jan 20, 2015 1 comment
New Balance Introduces the C-Series Cycling Sneakers
600c_Black-1

This project has been in the works for some time now. We’ve already seen New Balance reach out to frame builders in the Boston area, so this shouldn’t be a huge surprise and while many would say the urban cycling “sneaker” has jumped the shark, it’s still exciting to see a brand like New Balance take its approach to a staple in any cyclists’ wardrobe: comfortable sneakers to ride a bike in.

Check out the full press-release below, including models, availability and pricing.

(more…)

Jan 20, 2015 13 comments
Porcelain Rocket’s New MCA Handlebar Bag and Micro Panniers
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Porcelain Rocket’s line of bikepacking and touring bags continues to grow and improve upon itself. Replacing the Mission Control bar bag comes the MCA, which utilizes a front-loading 5-15L dry sack, rather than the old side-loading bag. Also new to the lineup are the Micro Panniers. Intended for rear-racks only, these bags are perfect for commuting or when you need just a little more room for those longer expeditions.

Both are now available for ordering at Porcelain Rocket.

Jan 20, 2015 2 comments
Salsa Cycles: Two Days at the Gunflint Buffet
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The latest photo essay from Salsa Cycles takes place in what many Americans consider to be “fly over country.” The midwest is home to some beautiful landscapes, filled with rushing rivers and dense forests. A few guys from Minneapolis went out to Grand Marais and rode the Gunflint Trail on fatbikes, packing in everything they needed for a few day’s outing. The resulting photos and story are inspirational to say the least.

Head over to Salsa to read up!

Jan 20, 2015 1 comment
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CX Hairs: SVENNESS 3.9

We’re rolling up to the rapidly approaching World Championships of cyclocross with one fast race course in Flandriencross. Thanks for keeping us on our toes, CX Hairs!

Jan 19, 2015 1 comment
Skratch Labs… Cookie Mix?!
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Anytime a package arrives from Skratch Labs, I have no idea what to expect. More often than not, it’s a packet of hydration mix, but when this box arrived last week, I’ve got to admit, I was scratching my head. Cookie mix? But I thought sweets were bad? Well, not really, in fact, there’s a whole piece on the Skratch website as to why it’s ok to eat cookies.

Now, with any product like this, there are sure to be naysayers and commentators, requesting information as to why Skratch’s $8.50 cookie mix is better than Pillsbury’s. Well, for one, I’m going to say Skratch knows a thing or two about nutrition. The ingredients are as healthy as you can get with a cookie mix but the addition I noted after eating one was the salt.

The guys at Skratch love salt and with good reason. As a cyclist, your body needs salt to help keep itself hydrated and while it’s easy enough to add salt to your own cookie mix, I found this mix to be a pretty great novelty gift for a cyclist. The mix is easy, simply add whatever you want to it, along with butter and an egg and bake it as a cookie, or as a fruit bar. Is it gimmicky? Sure. But, I can’t remember the last time I baked cookies…

Check out all the information you’d wanna know at Skratch Labs!

Jan 19, 2015 5 comments
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