Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
7Mesh Chilco Anorak $200
Canadian outerwear company 7Mesh just announced a new lineup of apparel using what they call “WTV.” Wind, Thermal, Ventilation. A fabric designed to be your go-to single layer for cooler weather. The stretch woven exterior keeps the elements at bay, while a brushed loft interior traps warmth, and its air permeable construction balances moisture and temperature. One of the pieces utilizing this tech fabric is the Chilco Anorak.
This pullover with a 1/4 zip features a big hood to fit your helmet and an easy-to-access chest pocket.
If you’re worried about dropping $200 on a riding jacket that could get shredded in a crash, fear not, 7Mesh offer a Crash Replacement Policy.
See more at 7Mesh.
Shop Labor Day price cuts on everything you need to get out and ride. Shoes, jerseys, wheels, saddles, frames, and more! Use code LABORDAY2022 and get an extra 30% off marked-down prices on select apparel, components, gear, and more. Roll on over to TPC to see the goods.
Moots and Osprey Hip Bag $69.99
Moots has teamed up with another stand-out Colorado-based company, OSPREY, to supply its go-to lumbar-style pack designed for the mountain biking minimalist who needs to carry only the essentials.
This best-in-class hip pack is a go-to for the Moots crew.
The SAVU 5 has all you need and nothing you don’t. It can hold two water bottles for added range on those long hot days when hydration is most important. It will hold all your repair essentials in one place for efficient storage and free movement on the bike.
See more at Moots!
If it seems like we post a new limited edition Wolf Tooth Morse Cage just about every week, it’s because we do. Wolf Tooth has been killing it lately with these custom cages but we want to know when they’ll make a fluoro orange one… because, why not? Check out the limited Ti Khaki cages at Wolf Tooth.
Follow along with Oliviah Frankes’ journey as a Ride for Racial Justice 2022 Cohort athlete.
Learn more about the Ride for Racial Justice Program.
Shae James is a seasoned digger. When it comes to no dig, no ride, she has an elusive ratio of 1:1 days on the hill. With proper trail building, comes restrictions to maintain sustainability, rideability, liability, and routing. It costs blood, sweat, and lots and lots of time. Thanks to her Remote 130 and some spring conditions, she discovered a magical, mossy playground where she could build whatever beautiful and playful feature she wanted and ride it over and over again.
The Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland (DMBinS), are breaking new ground by delivering a holistic approach to positive health outcomes through an innovative Mountain Bike Trail Therapy programme.
The DMBinS wanted Scotland to be a place where everybody thrives. They want to reset how Scotland thinks about wellbeing and health. Its Trail Therapy programme is something we are exceptionally proud of and have worked hard to secure funding to be able to pilot, then roll out in South Lanarkshire and Tayside. Recovery is our film about the programme.
The film focuses on the journey of James, a participant on the DMBinS Trail Therapy programme, who has used mountain biking to accelerate and sustain his recovery from mental ill-health.
Learn more, and if you can, please consider donating to this programme so it can be rolled out across Scotland. See more at DMBinS.
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