Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Cycle Oregon wants to show you Toledo, Oregon on May 20-22! This coastal community is 6 miles inland from the Pacific and the ride will take you there for two days and nights with rides each day from camp. Cycle Oregon’s main focus, as always, isn’t the ride, it’s the community service work their rides support. See more at Cycle Oregon!
May 20-22, 2022 • Toledo, OR
Day 1 Main: 39.6 miles (66% gravel) | 3,155 feet of elevation gain
Day 1 Main with Option: 57.6 miles (63% gravel) | 5,500 feet of elevation gain
Day 2: 50.9 miles (59% gravel) | 2,950 feet of elevation gain
Registration is limited to 500 participants
1-Up, makers of the best bike tray racks on the market, just released the new 5 and 6 bike recon rack. John has had one of these for a little while now, so expect a full review to come. Knowing supply chain shortages, these babies will sell out so if you’re curious, be sure to grab one now before they’re gone…
Not only is Grinduo California back this year but the registration is open today! Giro also just posted the 2022 Grinduro collection, full of lycra and lifestyle products. Roll on over to Giro to see it and register at BikeReg!
Spring is on the way – yay! – and that means Summer is close too. If you’re looking to make a statement on the roads and trails this season, check out Pit Viper’s new offerings for 2022. These throwback colors are sure to clash with anything, in the absolute right way!
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration by @l__ermitage
Denis Carrier does an exceptional job of combining art with his favorite cycling products. Take this Paul Component/Giraffe lever!
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