Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
DKG Maglite Mini Mount $18.95
Last week, Petor posted his Brother Cycles Mr. Wooden review and in his Bintage build, he featured a Maglite mount that piqued the interest of some readers. Well, we’re here to tell you these DKG Mini Mounts are indeed super cool and super available at DKG’s Webshop! There are even shims to work with 1″ to 7/8″ bars.
The “50esimo” is a tangible representation of Stelbel’s history and roots. These frames were built in collaboration with Columbus. To commemorate its 50th anniversary, Stelbel had the opportunity to create a set of fine, technologically advanced XCr Stainless steel tubes with classic diameters that recall the golden age of cycling, when the horizontal tube measured exactly 1 inch (25.4 mm) and the diagonal 1″1/8 (28.6 mm). These diameters may seem obsolete nowadays, but they retain a timeless appeal.
Stelbel’s story is also told through its distinctive logos and graphics. The most iconic detail on this model is undoubtedly the brass emblem, elegantly placed on the head tube and the frame’s seat tube. This emblem offers a minimalist yet distinctive reinterpretation of the famous four-leaf clover, a symbol that was often featured on vintage Stelbel frames.
Check out more at Stelbel.
RIV MMB Long-sleeve, one pocket with the RBW diamond on it, Navy Blue Long Sleeve.
This is a shirt that wouldn’t have made sense in ye olde dayz, but is disturbingly timely now that we’ve entered the era of non-metal, electronical two-wheelers. The bicycle world is going that way, and we’re going THIS way. We, the cyclists who support mechanical, metal bikes, need you to wear this shirt, and not just as a pajama top.
Check out more at Rivendell.
Sun Tour Cap $30
Speaking of mechanical bicycles, Eric Marth recently whipped up these homage Sun Tour caps, as a throwback to the Suntour GT series derailleur insignia. We dig this and thought you would too! In stock and shipping today for $30 at Generic Industries.
While Wilier might be known for its carbon race-oriented bikes, the Aldar caught our eye when it was announced last week with its proprietary front and rear racks, GRX 12-speed, and bright, fluorescent color (safety!). It’s not often you see a brand with roots in racing go this route and we commend Wilier for the excellent job on the Aldar.
Check out more at Wilier.
Chris King Precision Components has announced the date for their annual Open House showcase. With the recent MADE Bike Show in Portland featuring the bike builder community, this year’s Open House will focus on outdoor lifestyle brands and available-at-retail bike lines.
Attendees should expect to see camping vehicles and equipment, outdoor gear, bike accessories, footwear, and of course a selection of bikes with a special emphasis on gravel riding, mountain bikes, bikepacking and all-around adventure from the following exhibitors, including Subaru, Super Pacific, Outside Van, Goal Zero, Pendleton, Smith Optics, Orvis, Snow Peak, Danner, MULE Expedition Outfitters, Scout Campers, Benchmark, Dometic, Hest, Ignik, Grayl, Hillsound, Speedland, Old Man Mountain, SimWorks, Ortlieb, and many others.
Check out more at Chris King.
Suit up. Roll out. Ride far. Introducing the latest Odyssey Collection, to be ready for big adventures in challenging conditions.
“It’s not anymore a waiting game for weather to blow over or change, it’s just matter of preparation and acceptance. Winter brings a different feeling to the bike, and while the surroundings relax, you’re reminded how bright and beautiful the world is. This is the reward, and it’s worth it.”
See the full drop at PEdALED.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @jweinberg
A late monsoon in the Southwest means billowing clouds above junior mountain bike racing…
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