A group of individuals who share a love of cycling and the outdoors. We will always stop for a photo, or to hit a jump. Rubber side up!
We believe the outdoors should be respected. Please, pack it in and pack it out. Leave it better, even. Remember, we’re all ambassadors for cycling, so be polite on the road and the trails and observe the leave no trace principles.
What does the Radavist mean?
Rad + Atavist = RADAVIST
These days, it’s hard to tell what is an ad and what is content. When you visit the Radavist, you can be assured that our content is our own. Unless it is explicitly noted, we do not take money to make content here on the site. We do not make sponsored posts and when we do a product review, it is honest. In short: nothing was exchanged for a favorable write-up. The only money this site receives is from the ads you see on the right-hand column. We select these brands because their ideologies align with the Radavist’s. When these companies buy an ad, it does not buy content. If we post about their products, it’s because they are relevant to the site’s audience.
Our comment policy is simple: we welcome and value tactful discourse and opinions. You don’t have to agree with our views but please deliver your concerns in a polite and personable manner. This is a safe place, all are welcome to engage in this community. That said, there is zero-tolerance for: racism, sexism, trolling, and slander.
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Courier vs. Business Man
Aug 10, 2010
Rule number one of pedestrianship: “Look both ways before going into the street”. Rule number one of cycling in the city: “If you’re going to salmon, make sure you’re ready for pedestrians to ignore their rule number one”.