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In Stock For Now: Ocean & San x The Radavist Juniper Dapple Short and Long-Sleeve Jerseys

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In Stock For Now: Ocean & San x The Radavist Juniper Dapple Short and Long-Sleeve Jerseys

At The Radavist, we look to the natural world and our unique Rocky Mountain locale for inspiration. The riding around Santa Fe occupies a semi-arid steppe, and native shade trees are scarce in these foothills. As such, dense juniper forests are often the backdrop to our rides, and we’re grateful for the shade these hearty, low-lying trees cast to counter the sun’s high UV radiation in these parts (an unfortunate byproduct of life at 7000′).

It’s during the fading hours of the day that these groves become truly radiant as the dappled light of sunset filters through their scrubby branches, onto the trail, and ourselves. On a ride, last winter, our product designer Cari Carmen snapped a photo of this dappled light hitting my shirt and commented that it would make a cool pattern for a cycling jersey. And so began our journey on The Radavist Juniper Dapple Jerseys with Ocean & San, a Los Angeles-based cycling apparel company. A year in the making, these limited-release jerseys are now in stock at our webshop, but let’s look at them in detail below.

The Radavist 2022 Calendar: September

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The Radavist 2022 Calendar: September

“SoMo Sunset” is the ninth layout of the Radavist 2022 Calendar. It was shot with a Sony A1 and 70-200 lens outside on South Mountain, Phoenix.

Stef McDaniel rides South Mountain in Phoenix, AZ on a very warm summer evening. Photo by Josh Weinberg.”

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Product Shout Out: Steve Potts 33oz Bottles

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Product Shout Out: Steve Potts 33oz Bottles

Sometimes we find a product that improves the quality of our rides yet is so simple that it doesn’t merit a thorough review, and for those products, we’ve got our Product Shout Out.

If you find yourself with a full suspension mountain bike, or any bike for that matter, with only a single bottle cage, then check out these nifty 33oz Steve Potts water bottles made by SOMA in the USA. I’ve been using this bottle for a while now and it’s proven to be a worthy companion for my upper mountain and back country rides. I’ll pair it with a trail water filter; it’ll be more than enough for an afternoon ride. What’s nice about these bottles, versus other similar products, is the indention around the middle of the bottle, allowing a cage to grab onto it. I use a Voile strap for extra security on the rowdy stuff. These bottles are BPA free, feature the Steve Potts Logo, and retail for $14 a piece.

I bought mine from Sincere Cycles here in Santa Fe but you can pick one up at the Steve Potts Webshop. As for the Radavist Rune Voile straps, those are in stock at our Webshop.