Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Bastion Cycles Develops New Powermeter Crankset with SRM
While a set of $4800 AUD power meter cranks might not be what you’re in the market for, I think we can all appreciate the engineering beauty of these new cranks developed and manufactured in Australia at Bastion.
Giro’s Deed Flat Pedal Shoe $125
Giro’s new flat pedal shoe, the Deed utilizes Mute Foam and a lace closure system to provide all-day comfort with a close connection to the pedal with exceptional grip. All at a price that won’t break the bank. See more at Giro.
Mission Workshop Capsule Camera Insert Restock $150
The Capsule camera insert is built to keep your camera gear and other fragile equipment safe and secure with a fully padded case and internal dividers that can be easily configured on the fly. Designed to fit perfectly inside a Mission Workshop Rhake, Sanction, Fitzroy, Vandal and Arkiv packs to create a fully adaptable, weatherproof camera pack. These nifty cases are back in stock and shipping now from Mission Workshop.
USUFRUCT | Trails, Forests, Beetles
Usufruct is a short film about three friends on an atypical bikepacking trip near Durango, Colorado. Instead of planning a route with the best riding or most scenic vistas, they opt to ride through burn zones and beetle kill areas, diving into the impact and implications that climate change is having on their home trails. Their goal is to learn what they can do—and what we all can do— to start to change the tide.
CORDILLERA DE FUEGO by Montanus
In their latest bikepacking trip, the Montanus duo explored one of the most incredible places on Earth, a stretch of prehistoric land enclosed between the Pacific Ocean and the Chilean Andes, following the eastern side of the Ring of Fire. ‘Cordillera de Fuego’ is a short film that captures the essence of a self-supported 500km adventure lived in the shadows of snow-capped volcanos and ancient araucaria forests.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration by Evan Miller
We really dig these illustrations by artist Evan Miller and you can buy them printed on various home goods at his portfolio site.
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