Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
FTW, also known as Frank the Welder was pinged by the team at Crust Bikes to make a run of US-made dirt jumper frames. These are available in two sizes: medium or large, and as a frame-only or frame+fork setup. See all the deets at Crust Bikes!
We love the Chilao pedal but like everything came in black! Well, this morning Yoshimura made our (and your) dreams come true with a limited run of black Chilao pedals. There are 96 pairs in type 3 hard anodizing for a long-lasting finish which they subtly branded with muted Yoshimura logos. Available with pin colors, red, blue, gold purple or black (large size only). In stock at 9 am PST but not for long at Yoshimura Cycling.
Tom Ritchey began his career making money repairing tubulars to save up for his first road bike. Shortly after, he’d buy his fillet brazing tools and began to make his bi-lam, “lugless” fillet brazed frames. In the 50 years since, Ritchey has been at the forefront of innovation, design, and production, whether it was the off-center rim, a lighter clipless MTB pedal, or 3D Net forging for components.
See the full history at Ritchey and how good are those “gravel” photos?!?!
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @johnprolly
The Radavist is at Ruta Del Jefe this weekend and last night we got quite a sunset!
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