Category Archives: Products
They’re back! This time, in a simpler design. These are printed on thick black felt with the Radavist rune text in tan. I’ve upped the run to 200 this round, so everyone should have a chance to pick one up.
There aren’t discounts for multiple slipmats, because the shipping goes up with each additional one. If you order 2, they’ll both come in the same package. They’re $12 shipped in the USA ONLY. Because of the size of the mailer these come in, shipping internationally is almost $20. Sorry!
If you’re in Los Angeles, Mark at Vacation Vinyl has a few in stock as well.
Scoop one, or a pair up below. Sorry SOLD OUT.
There are technically two things named Baxter at Moots. The first is a banana-eating Chocolate Labrador and the second, a drop bar 29’r designed to specifically for expedition riding or bikepacking. As you can see, it’s a burly beast with three bottle cages and is made from Moots’ proprietary 3/2.5 Pi Tech titanium. See more specs below and check out more information at Moots.
Well, they call it Mandarin. Head to ILE to see their newest cordura color offering.
The tire label says it all: Compass design, Panaracer construction in a width we can all get behind. Check out the Compass Bicycle Blog for more information on these sick tires!
Photo by Jordan Haggard
“First things first: how did you start riding road bikes?
It was a slow-burn thing for me. I moved to LA, and I couldn’t help but notice the occasional rider travelling through the city, exploring and traversing. I got a road bike and just rode alone all the time, and I dug in to the aesthetics and feelings of riding a bike. The interesting thing is that this was around the time of Armstrong, so cycling was booming, but just not in the way that I was interested in. I mean, I loved to watch the Tour and so on, but it wasn’t why I rode a bike.”
Check out more from this great interview at Rapha!
This is the seventh layout of the Radavist 2016 Calendar, entitled “Surprise Sunset” Shot with a Canon 70d with a 18-135mm lens in Gray Creek, British Columbia
On the second day of their tour, Found in the Mountains tackled a whopping 40 miles and 6,500′ climbing, on their fully-loaded Soma Wolverines. As they climbed out of a valley to the Gray Creek summit, they were greeted with a full nuker. Gray Creek is coincidentally the highest dirt pass in Canada!
NEW: There’s also a mobile image uploaded for anyone wanting a mobile phone background each month. September’s image is from Los Angeles, featuring a tall dead tree and dust. Click here to download September’s Mobile Wallpaper.
For a high-res JPG, suitable for print and desktop wallpaper*, right click and save link as – The Radavist 2016 Calendar – September. Please, this photo is for personal use only!
(*set background to white and center for optimal coverage)
For those still wanting more rubber than the 40mm Nano and can fit a larger tire in their frame, WTB introduces the Riddler in 45mm. This multi-purpose tread is designed for everything from ‘cross racing to dirt road riding. Big tires like this can drastically change your ride quality, for the better. I’ve got a set of the Riddlers waiting to be mounted up and can’t wait to get in a few rides on them. In stock now at your local dealer and see more information at WTB!
Each year, Speedvagen offers up a Surprise Me! option for their road and ‘cross bikes. This year’s models feature bright gradients and polka dots, building over previous year’s designs, with three color palette options. When you order a Speedvagen, you can choose your paint, or you can tell them, Surprise Me! Head over to Speedvagen for more information.
You can’t go wrong with Geoff McFetridge! Or Golden Saddle Cyclery for that matter. Pick up these new “Dropper Bottles” now at GSC.
Photos by Spencer Harding
With all the excitement surrounding the Bikecentennial, Adventure Cycling is offering a free trial membership to the readers of the Radavist. All you’ve gotta do is head to Adventure Cycling to sign up!