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At the heart of Niner is racing and while they’ve made a big push to expand their bikes from this lineage, they still know how to design one sick race machine. The newly updated BSB (blood, sweat and beer) 9 RDO is now available. These bikes are Di2 ready with seat post battery compatibility, feature a flat mount disc caliper design, thru axles, C5 Carbon warranty for 5 years and Niner’s no-nonsense race geometry. These are available in limited quantities, so holler at your Niner dealer for ordering. See more information at Niner!
For their newest jersey design, Cadence takes their Pulsar pattern and wraps it around a jet black jersey. These made in Italy, race-fit jerseys are in stock now at Cadence for $120.
I’m not sure who’s making these Smokey Bear Resist shirts, or where the profits go, but I dig it!
US-manufacturer of adapters, brackets and other useful accessories, K-Edge recently partnered with light brand Niterider on a clean and simple bracket for their lights. These brackets keep the light off your cockpit, freeing up hand space and putting the beam nice and low. K-Edge also makes brackets for your GPS, as well as GoPro, so check out their full line at their webshop. I wish they made something for the SON light that was this simple!
The art of Amelia Strong is bright, colorful and abstract, making it the perfect subject to be applied to cycling apparel. Over at Tenspeed Hero, they just launched the Amelia Strong capsule collection, featuring a jersey and socks. Head on over to Tenspeed Hero to read more about it.
I’ve used a lot of hip packs over the past few years and it’s always hard grading them. A lot of it comes down to strap thickness, interior space, pockets and how well they carry weight since mine usually carry a small camera as well. High Above’s newest hip pack, the Lookout is the culmination of everything they’ve learned over the past six years of building bags. It’s loaded with details and features, including a water bottle holster for those mountain bikes with only one cage and is made in Washington. Check out more on the Lookout and the other packs currently available at High Above.
After the reaction that beautiful Speedvagen we posted a couple of weeks back received, the Vanilla Workshop decided to offer it as a build option for a limited time. The OG Classic comes with a Campagnolo Potenza groupset and other modern, yet classic looking components. You can head over to the Vanilla Workshop to read more…
This is the sixth layout of the Radavist 2017 Calendar, entitled “It’s Always Sunny in Spain” Shot with a Canon 1DX and a 24-70mm in Sierra de Guadarrama, Spain
“Why would I bring rain gear? We’re in Spain!” Exclaimed one of the riders on the Blackburn Ranger camp. Technically, yes, we are in Spain but we’re also at 7,000′ in elevation I exclaimed. The rain, wind and cold temperatures didn’t keep this party train down!
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The mobile background this month is from the Sierra Nevada. Click here to download June’s Mobile Wallpaper.
Poster designers Massif Central celebrates the 100th Giro with these Dan Mather-printed, limited edition prints. There’s only 30 available, so if you fancy this design, make sure you act quick. In stock now at Massif Central.