Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Our friends at Bummerland, a woman-owned lifestyle and apparel company, have teamed up with Cosmic Dirt, an inclusive mountain bike and lifestyle apparel brand, on a sock design with profits going to support The Trevor Project. Their donation of 10% of the profits from these collaboration socks will go to support suicide prevention with queer youth.
The good ol’ round, barrel-style handlebar bag has been done over and over again, yet it’s not often we see a unique take on that classic silhouette. BagsXBird just released the Bernie Bar Bag, which utilizes their signature flap closure found on their frame bags. Easily opened with one hand, the 3+ liter compartment is ideal for tools, snacks, a windbreaker and anything you need to grab on the fly.
See more at BagsXBird.
The toolkit consists of a 92mm long two-way ratchet which takes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, T25, bits as well as a 50mm PH1 bit which can extend the ratchet’s handle an extra 14mm making it easier to adjust hard-to-reach bolts.
- Tool bits: 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, T25 and an extended PH1 bit
- Weight: 159g
- MSRP: $69.99 USD (Stash RT), $8.99 USD (Scope for Stash RT)
See more at Granite Designs.
In our shop visit to Vermont’s Alpine Luddites pack and bag makers, we mentioned the courses offered to those wanting to learn how to sew their own backpacks, frame bags, and other gear. Their class schedule for the remainder of 2022 is now live, so head over to the Alpine Luddites website to learn more about what’s included and how to sign up!
Everyone loves cargo bosses, rack, and fender mounts on their gravel and touring bikes, but what do you do with all those empty mounting points when they don’t have racks mounted to them? Portland Design Works has a solution: Zit Bitz. These threaded boss coverings allow you to keep your frame’s holes sealed from the elements and add a bit of fun to your bike. Check out more at Portland Design Works.
From the team that brought you the Crust Bikes Chapter video series comes a chill as fuck DJ jam video featuring Matt and the team from Crust Bikes.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @Johnprolly
John shot this photo of a pyrocumulus cloud rising over the Sangre mountains from his home in Santa Fe, and it serves as a chilling reminder to be extra careful out there…
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