Radar Roundup: Breadwinner 10th, Kav Portla Kaze, Camp And Go Slow X Swift, New Mexico Enchanted Wilderness Wanderer


Radar Roundup: Breadwinner 10th, Kav Portla Kaze, Camp And Go Slow X Swift, New Mexico Enchanted Wilderness Wanderer

Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…

Breadwinner 10th Anniversary B-Road

To commemorate its 10th year in the framebuilding biz, Breadwinner offers this 10th Anniversary B-Road as a tribute to all the riders who have made Breadwinner what it is today.

The limited edition graphics on the 10th Anniversary B-Road are a nod to some of our favorite inspirations: classic race bikes. Each frameset will be custom designed and fit for its rider, carefully constructed with Columbus tubing.

The 10th Anniversary B-Road is topped off with components from some of our favorite Pacific Northwest partners: pick your choice of Chris King colors with hubs laced to Astral Wanderlust carbon or alloy rims – all handbuilt in house by Sugar Wheel Works. Take advantage of the special pricing on the standard GRX build kit, or inquire about a full Dream Build Package.

Expedited production means your bike will be ready in time for all those beautiful Springtime rides. See more at Breadwinner.

Kav Sports Portola: Kaze 3D Printed, Custom Helmet $320

The Portola: Kaze is 3D printed and customized to your exact measurements. Building on the first-generation Portola, the new Kaze delivers a new level of intelligent design. Featuring 17% better ventilation, a 10% reduction in weight, and a reimagined sweat management system, all whilst being 25% more impact resistant than the U.S. CPSC safety standards.

Step 1: Your custom helmet begins with a Fit Kit which you receive either after purchase of the Portola or you can order a complimentary one via the Fit Kit page on our site.

Step 2: We schedule a virtual one-on-one fit session to establish your custom helmet measurements.

Step 3: You get a superior 3D printed helmet achieved through personalization. No pressure points or dials to adjust. The best, Made For You.

See more at Kav Sports.

Camp and Go Slow x Swift Industry Bags on Sale

Camp and Go Slow’s Swift Industries bags have been a real hit, featuring the Western and Eastern Rattlesnake bar tape edging and classic Swift silhouette. To help move some existing stock and to make room for new products, they’re having a sale with all their Swift x CGS bags on sale now.

Caldera Collection Long Sleeve Shirt $40

Speaking of Swift Industries, they just launched their collaborative shirts with Blue Lug and Japanese artist Okataoka on these Caldera shirts. Roll on over to Swift Industries to see more!

Myth Cycles Titanium Spatula $59

Got a ti spork? That’s great. But it’s time to up your game a bit with the Myth Cycles titanium spatula. Lightweight, made in Durango, and meant to hang in the kitchen or in your camping gear. These don’t come into stock all that often but Myth has a full batch for your holiday shopping. Check them out at Myth Cycles.


Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

The New Mexico Enchanted Wilderness Wanderer

This 600-mile bikepacking route ventures from Belen, a small town south of Albuquerque, to El Paso Texas all while traversing some of the least visited and wildest places in the Land of Enchantment. The goal while creating this adventure was to link a number of remote wildernesses that most people are unaware of, namely the Brokeoff Mountains, Guadalupe Escarpment, Cornudas Mountains, Stallion Wilderness, the White Mountains, Little Black Peak Wilderness, Otero Mesa, and Sacramento Mountains.

These places offer a truly remote backcountry experience with varying landscapes and unique aspects of New Mexican history. This route travels through diverse biomes ranging from lava fields, high mountains, dormant volcanoes, huge escarpments, pristine Chihuahuan desert and the transition areas between all these places. The beauty of this route is that you will explore the unique geography of New Mexico in a single adventure all while witnessing how the flora and fauna change and adapt to their unique homes. This is a geography-nerd kind of bikepacking adventure!

See the route at www.dearmondlopezphoto.com

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