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The Radavist 2022 Calendar: November

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The Radavist 2022 Calendar: November

“Aquarius” is the eleventh layout of the Radavist 2022 Calendar. It was shot with a Sony A1 and a Tamron 28-200 lens in Southern Utah. Photographed by Josh Weinberg.

The Aquarius Plateau is the highest mesa on the Colorado Plateau and offers up some stunning vistas and vignettes in the fall…”

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The mobile background this month is a vertical photo of an aspen-lined road. Click here to download November’s Mobile Wallpaper.

Sklar Super Something Pre-Order Opens Today!

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Sklar Super Something Pre-Order Opens Today!

Perhaps you recall the stunning Sklar Bikes that Adam brought to this year’s Ruta Del Jefe? The blue one pictured above? Well, this model, the Super Something, is a road bike intended for everything from hardpack to double track, and more. These bikes are going up for pre-order today at Sklar Bikes, for a retail of $1,599 frame+fork. The pre-order opens at 9am MST on SklarBikes.com so don’t miss out because these will sell out…

In Stock For Now: Radavist Feldspar Riding Jackets – Star Trails and Monsoon Camo

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In Stock For Now: Radavist Feldspar Riding Jackets – Star Trails and Monsoon Camo

Like a repair kit, a packable, just-in-case layer is something we always throw on the bike before setting off, but like many things bike-related, we felt we needed to tweak the standard to achieve our ideal iteration. In collaboration with California-based cycling apparel manufacturer, Voler, our new Feldspar Ride Jacket ($119.99) hits the mark. This super breathable, minimal, USA-made layer packs up to burrito size and provides the sweet spot in protection for most three-season riding. After thorough testing and design back-and-forth with Voler, the unisex Feldspar jacket is finally on our digital shelves, ready to ship to you today IRL. Let’s take a long exposure look at them below…

The LeMond Prolog E-Bike Review: There’s Lots to Talk About

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The LeMond Prolog E-Bike Review: There’s Lots to Talk About

Sometimes a product has stories to tell which go beyond simply comparing the function and aesthetic of objects. These stories can be controversial, and they can be intriguing. Simply mention the name LeMond and anyone who’s been around bikes will have something to say – and now that conversation includes lightweight carbon e-bikes.

The LeMond Prolog, and its step-through stablemate the Dutch, have lots to talk about. Greg LeMond’s Tour de France wins and the history of the LeMond Racing Cycles brand. LeMond’s anti-doping stance and conflicts with Lance Armstrong and Trek. The LeMond Carbon Company’s US-based carbon manufacturing that’s suited to much more than just a couple of urban e-bikes. The seamless integration in those e-bikes of essential components often written off as accessories. And, the potential bikes like this have to disrupt transportation paradigms.

Sure. These bikes are relatively expensive, mostly recreational machines – but just as ideas tested and experience gained in Formula 1 racing cars and World Cup mountain bikes eventually trickle down into more accessible consumer products, LeMond’s cutting-edge products offer a glimpse into what might be around the corner in our own apartments, office building bike rooms, and much, much more.