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Over the years, I’ve really begun to embrace the plain clothes ride. Rather than put on a kit every time I ride, these days I’ll just wear normal shorts and a shirt. A few months back, I began talking with Parker Dusseau about making a lightweight, black button-up shirt with mobility details like shoulder gussets and a good amount of stretch. I wear mostly all-black everything, and believe it or not, it’s hard to find a shirt like this that you can ride in all afternoon and still look sharp when you’re done. It also had to be made in the USA! Introducing the ColdBlack Radavist edition.
Perfect for the road, the trail, downtown and everywhere in between, this shirt has everything for the active cyclist starting with Coldblack, the UV protective and thermo regulating proprietary technology from Switzerland’s legendary Schoeller fabric mill. Details like a Powermesh Active Back, ultrablack reflective collar and cuffs and unbreakable rubber buttons round out this essential piece for the hot Spring and Summer months ahead.
Schoeller stretch technical cotton featuring Coldblack Technology
Coldblack provides 30 SPF UV protection, reducing heat build up in dark fabrics.
Powermesh Action Back
Unbreakable Rubber Buttons! Seriously. I tried.
Ultrablack Reflective Collar and Cuff Details
Tailored fit, consult the sizing chart. I wear a Large in most kits, shirts and the large fits me.
In stock now at Parker Dusseau
With a 382mm axle to crown, a 47mm rake and an integrated fender, the GRD is a road fork with just a bit more room for a bigger tire (35mm), without going all the way with a ‘cross fork. These details, along with the security of a 12 mm thru-axle make the GRD perfect for dirt roads.
See more at ENVE.
This is the third layout of the Radavist 2016 Calendar, entitled “Super Bloom.”
This photo was shot in Death Valley during the recent wildflower bloom. Spring explosions like this happen once every 10 years in Death Valley and drastically alter the landscape, scattering blues, purples, whites and yellows across the valley’s often dry and arid basin.
For a high-res JPG, suitable for print and desktop wallpaper*, right click and save link as – The Radavist 2016 Calendar – March. Please, this photo is for personal use only!
(*set background to white and center for optimal coverage)
Dan Hanafin and Team Dream Team collaborated to illustrate the Bartmac sticker sheets and shirt, including this Bart-branded PAUL Rasta derailleur.
Ritchey’s Bar Keeper is a tire lever, stashed in an area that is rarely utilized. With each order you get two bar end tire levers.
Yanco has been busy making tons of camo products for Tracko. These drop any second now at Tracko’s webshop, so you better act fast!
Mission Workshop are best known for their cargo backpacks and Arkiv system bags. Recently the SF-based brand launched two sizes in duffle bags. The Transit Duffle can be carried by hand, worn on your back or even strapped to your bike rack, by using its integrated straps.
Check out more at Mission Workshop.
UK Skateshop Palace took inspiration from classic wool cycling jerseys in their Spring 2016 lineup, including this Panasonic flip…
Minneapolis is a veritable playground for a healthy mix of urban and trail riding. With the River Bottoms just a short ride from downtown, as well as a plethora of other trails surrounding the city, you can easily ride from your house, to the woods and back on one gear. Part of that ideology is what’s inspired many of All-City‘s bicycles and was without a doubt the motivating force behind their newest bike, the Log Lady, a singlespeed mountain bike with 27.5 wheels and a rigid, segmented fork.
I’ve had the pleasure of riding a custom built Log Lady here in Los Angeles over the past few weeks. This is by no means a complete review, since I’ve yet to spend enough time on the Log Lady to thoroughly vet it but I will say, so far, it’s been a lot of fun. Painful fun, but fun nonetheless. (more…)
We love Bicycle Crumbs‘ illustrations and they’ve taken the cycling industry by storm. Their most recent project was with DeFeet, as one of their artist series collaboration. This project includes three socks with a “Burning Matchstick” design, reminding all of us that we’ve got at least one more match to burn before we can throw in the towel. Check out all three colors at DeFeet!