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Argonaut Cycles GR3 and RM3 Supernauts $13,000 / RM3 $15,000
Hand-built in Bend, OR, USA, the Supernaut line of bikes are built on Argonaut’s commitment to elevated ride quality. Argonaut is offering a limited quantity of both their GR3 gravel bike and RM3 road bikes in the Supernaut build. In creating these bikes, Argonaut looked at the bike holistically, curating every element of the bike to work harmoniously. Improved ride quality enables riders to get more out of their bodies and machines while providing greater connection to their terrain.
Completely designed from the ground up, the GR3 and RM3 represent peak technology.
The Supernaut is performance-centered build focused on ride quality, enjoyment, experience, and speed, the Supernaut is nothing short of epic. From Argonaut’s wheels on the RM3—designed to be the perfect companion to our family of bikes—to best in-class Enve bars and stems, the Supernaut build delivers time-tested quality in a lightweight package. Whether rolling into race day primed and ready, or venturing out into the mountains until home calls you home, the combination of these touch points means having a bike that’s ready for absolutely anything and everything.
Argonaut Supernauts are offered at: GR3 $13,000 / RM3 $15,000
Now 100% made in Milan at the Cinelli HQ, from Italian steel tubing, the Cinelli Nemo is the first gravel model to roll out from Cinelli’s HQ as a made in Italy frame. Made from Columbus Spirit HSS tubing and featuring custom dropouts, seat stay bridge, and chainstay yoke, the Nemo celebrates Cinelli’s Italian heritage and modern gravel riding.
Available in an Ekar build kit ($6140), as shown, or SRAM Rival ($5540), and a frameset ($2,890) from Cinelli direct.
- Hand welded at Cinelli HQ, Milano from 100% Italian materials
- Custom Columbus Spirit HSS steel tubes
- Allroad-specific geometry
- Tyre clearance up to 700x40c
- Cargo bosses
- Internal routing for disc brake cables
See more at Cinelli.
Stridsland Barnacle Fork 1.560,00 DKK – 1.840,00 DKK
Available in boost or non boost, thru-axle or quick-release, the Stridsland Barnacle fork is a dream retro MTB conversion fork Stridsland has been developing for way too long. Designed for 80’s and 90’s 26″ mountain bikes, ideally replacing the original rigid fork or a short travel (max 80mm) suspension fork. Will make most / cross / hybrid / gravel / ATB bikes pretty siiick too.
The axle to crown measurement is 400mm. This is a critical element of its design, as running a fork that’s even just 20mm too long will do all kinds of terrible things to a bike’s handling and self-esteem.
It has 43mm offset which is similar to what most retro mtb forks had. Results in a mid to high trail number on frames with a 70-73 degree head angle. Loaded or not, fast or slow, it just friggin works.
The steerer is 300mm long which should be plenty for most folks out there, even if your headtube is over the 200mm mark.
It’s got all the mounts so you can make any old bike a bike camping bike. After countless hours of R and D, Stridsland can pretty much guarantee any rack out there will fit :)
Clearance for maximum 26×3″, 27.5×2.6″ or 700x48mm!
The first batch sold out but there are more on the way at Stridsland.
Atelier is where imagination meets technology, a place for Café du Cycliste to dial up expression and push the limits of product creation. Fewer rules, less restriction, more freedom. A collection of audacious garments and accessories produced in limited numbers to the highest standards for Forever Outsiders.
The collection mirrors the freedom of the road within the design and development process itself. By limiting the constraints which are inherent in standard production, the creative possibilities increase exponentially, producing a richer landscape upon which to work. And this season, the landscape, the earth and geological forms have been dug out for aesthetic inspiration to decorate a batch of special edition performance pieces.
Available are INES – The Thermal Gilet (205 €), GAELLA – The Windbreaker Jacket – 160€, and ALEXINE – The Long Sleeve Jersey – 190€, for men and women at Cafe du Cycliste.
We’ve been saying this for years: why hasn’t a company made a water filter cap for cycling bottles? Well, Extract did just that! These water bottle cycling caps thread onto the most common-sized bottles and filter 99.9999% of the bad stuff in the water you filter. There’s a Kickstarter draft live for you to check out. We’ll be backing and testing this out and will report back as soon as we get some experience with this innovative design!
Rad Bazaar Finds
We love seeing the support for our Rad Bazaar, a service we host for Group Ride members. For now, you can read all about how to sign up for the Group Ride and Rad Bazaar here.
UPDATE: Price Drop for Realistic Winter Bike Sale Pricing
If you’re on this site, you already know about this frame. Mine is built up with GRX800/R8000/FSA SLK, carbon Good Weather bike shop branded carbon wheels. 48/32×11-32.
Moderate mileage on the drivetrain, but freshly bike-shop tuned, with brand new BB and front chainring.
Carbon cockpit, 36mm challenge Strada handmades under PDW Full Metal 45 fenders. Yes, you can truly have it all.
Selling because I ride my flat bar bikes more, and this is too nice of a bike to hang on the wall! The frame is in excellent condition, with very minor cable rub, and a scuff on the rear thru axle.
Would prefer to keep sale local/regional. I’ll consider meeting committed buyers within 3 hours of Seattle.
Surly Karate Monkey (MSRP $1599.00) Lightly Used, Tubeless, Sram SX 12 Speed With Cosmetic Damage On Tektro Levers As Shown In Photos.
As-new Galaxy Black Crust XL Lightning Bolt Canti frame and fork with a Velo Orange headset.
I built it up but I have another Lightning Bolt that I love. The frame/fork has 0 miles of riding on it because maybe I don’t actually need two LBs?
Local pick up in Oakland/Berkeley or we can split the shipping.
We’re slowly uploading our YouTube content back to The Radavist’s YouTube channel, today we’re sharing our Beautiful Builds video with John and his Retrotec, in celebration of #InternationalSinglespeedDay!
In this episode of Good Rides Only, Hannah from Queer Cyclist sit down with Devin Cowens (@dev_rox) to talk about Devin’s work as an activist, inclusivity in the cycling community, and Devin’s recent experience with the Bikes or Death East Texas Showdown.
In chaotic terrain, Chris Akrigg comes alive. Where others see remnants of humans and nature, Chris envisions technical lines.
“Remnants” sees Chris take things back to basics with a project aboard his trusty T-140 29 trail bike. No motor in sight for this one, just pure Akrigg grit.
Sit down, strap in, and enjoy some classic Akrigg moves.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @johnprolly
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