Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Looking like Marco Pantani’s signature Briko sunglasses from the late 1990’s, the Alba Optics ANVMA have a throwback style with modern, made in Italy optics and frames. Available in tan, grey, and purple. The frames are made from Bio Based material.
- Ventilated VZUM™ lens to help prevent fog
- Ergonomic temple tips
- Compatible with prescription lenses →
- Super lighter BIO-BASED frame
- Weight: 22gr
- Handmade in Italy
- € 139
Check out more at Alba.
We love a good “Unknown Pleasures” flip and Lugs Not Drugs delivers another solid collection with its Steely Dan Pretzel Logic pack, combined with the classic Joy Division logo. Stickers, a shirt, and a button round out this collection, making for a perfect gift for the Steely Dan cycling fan in your circle.
See more at Lugs Not Drugs.
Concrete Road illustrates Manga-inspired cycling adventure comics, and his latest project, The Witches Cycle: Chapter 1 will be released in January here on The Radavist!
Tony has been working for several years on this comic, which talks about cycling, magic, and NEET’s life. He put a lot of himself in the story and a lot of the landscapes from the place I live in the drawings.
We hope you’ll join Vera, Mary, and Tama on their adventures on @theradavist throughout the first six months of 2024!
Ratio’s new chainrings build on the brand’s successful 5 Bolt design, using its own tooth profile, which allows for the broadest possible range of compatibility: Narrow enough for Campagnolo Ekar 13 speed but also compatible with SRAM Eagle, SRAM Flattop and Shimano HG+ 12 speed chains.
Designed and manufactured here in the Lake District, our spiderless rings are lightweight, strong and – we think – look awesome! Available from 34t to 44t, Ratio will have sizes to suit all set-ups.
See more at Ratio.
EVOC and Bicycle Nightmares have collaborated on a new travel bag kit, featuring a duffle bag and the WEEKENDER 25 BN backpack. This backpack is meant to be your daily training partner at the gym, your suspicious bag of cash, or your partner in crime when you need a break from the bustle of the city and just want to get away.
- Perfect size for weekend trips, as carry-on luggage or daily trips through the urban jungle
- Stylishly reduced, modern design
- Water and dirt repellant, TPU-coated and 100% PVC-free material
- Two exterior zippered compartments for valuables
- Two interior compartments for smaller items
- Sturdy handles made from durable fabric
- Removable, padded shoulder straps for perfect carrying comfort
If you’re planning on a bike tour in Alaska, taking on the Tour Divide, or are moving to Bozeman from Los Angeles, then chances are, you’ll need to carry bear spray on your bike! Jalapeño Holsters makes a super slick Bike Mount that can mount to your handlebar. We also want to point out that bear spray training is very important, so be sure to know how to weild this effective device.
Check out more at Jalapeño Holsters.
If you need to ship a bike overseas, FYXO has provided an excellent video walking you through the process.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration by @b.r.goral
Stay tuned for a re-up of this fun design by Send it Safely!
If you’d like your photo featured in our Radar Roundup posts, tag us on Instagram!