Brooks England may be known best for their saddles, yet over the years, they’ve developed various other products including apparel, tools, bags and now helmets. They just announced two helmets for 2017: the Harrier, a road and the Island, a commuter. Currently, Brooks is looking for 300 “Brooks Boomers” to help in the R&D of these helmets. Head to Brooks to see more details.
While making their 10 year video, the guys at Mash always ran into friends on the road or had visitors come in from out of town. Here’s a fun video showcasing some of their talent.
This collaboration came out really well. The previously mentioned Carhartt WIP x Pelago Bicycles x Mission Workshop collection is now in stock at Mission Workshop.
Road trips to ride bikes are the best. In this video, Kitsbow highlights two of their ambassadors and their latest ventures.
If you ride downhill or race enduro, chances are you spend a lot of time in a full-face helmet. The Giro Switchblade is a throwback to their first removable chin bar helmet. Back in 1998 they created the first mainstream mountain bike helmet with a removable chin bar and now, the design has been updated to include ASTM Downhill Certification…
Now to answer everyone’s pressing question: no, this will not make you shred like Aaron Bradford, but it’ll keep your smile pretty when you eat shit trying to!
This one’s great! See more from this Australian getaway at FYXO.
Here’s a really simple, yet creative look at Fairdale’s 2017 lineup, many of which we’ve taken a look at here at the Radavist over the years. Check out some of those galleries on the lefthand side of the page and see more information at Fairdale!
I’m liking what I’m seeing here guys!
This video takes us along with a few riders traversing the Pamir Highway in Tajikistan as part of their tour from Beijing to Istanbul.
River City returns with their Bike Collection series and a flashy ‘Nago C40 with a Cinelli Grammo Art Stem. Those ti beauts will never get old!