Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Element skateboards and Pelago Bicycles have come together to launch a collection of equipment and apparel that taps into the shared energy that exists between skateboarding and riding bikes.
Made for funtastic riding, the Element + Pelago collaboration bike Silvo is a joyful play mobile crafted for those who crave excitement. The heart of this allroader lies in its bullmoose handlebars, a throwback to mountain biking’s golden age, offering a comfortable grip for your hands and a unique, standout look.
But Silvo is not just about the thrill; it’s about practicality too. Right out of the box, the bicycle comes equipped with a Pelago Commuter Front Rack Aluminium Large Polished, Pelago Bottle Cage, and a double kickstand, providing you with the utmost convenience for your riding adventures.
Also included in this collection is a limited edition Element + Pelago unisex technical jacket with windproofing and 5k waterproofing, an Element + Pelago Hip Sack is a roomy hip/shoulder bag for your daily bits and bobs, and a Element + Pelago Vest in Element Camo colorway.
See the full drop at Pelago.
Mini Messengers are super practical for inner-city rides and errands. Our good friends at Wizard Works have designed and developed one for this very reason. The Munin Mini Messenger is the perfect bag for your daily adventures. With a stabilising strap that is both minimal and detachable, Munin is ideal for everyday carry, be it on or off the bike.
Munin has a 3.5 litre capacity and features two internal drop pockets as well as one external zip providing ample organization options. A small clip to keep your keys to hand, and an adjustable shoulder strap for the perfect fit. The Munin Mini Messenger packs a massive punch in terms of style and practicality.
Note: Wizard Works offers a right shouldered option when you choose a Custom Munin Mini Messenger…
Made in-house, London, UK.
We thought these were a fun design that you would appreciate! Japan’s Blue Lug and Nitto celebrate the age old question of “What bars are those?” with a limited edition t-shirt, featuring Nitto’s famous bar designs. In stock now at Blue Lug’s International store that ships faster than many US stores!
Industrial design company AARN and The Radavist go wayyyy back. Perhaps you remember all of those custom chainrings we’ve done over the years with them? Well, AARN just announced its two new limited edition colors for the summer: “Just Red” and “90s Ski Bum White,” both frames are made frame material is a hypoallergenic bio-based nylon polymer with a high-resistance to chemicals (like sunscreen), making them a perfect fit for all kinds of activities – whether you’re riding, running, or teaching skiing.
These new colors feature a lower pricepoint as the lenses didn’t cost as much this round.
See more at AARN.
Just because it’s hot out doesn’t mean you should sleep on merino wool. Voler just announced its made in the USA, summer weight cycling jersey. These sleek, zip-up jerseys are made from Responsible Wool Standard-certified 170gsm, 100% merino wool featuring short sleeves, three deep rear pockets, and a trim fit.
- Lightweight Merino: 170 GSM weight merino wool is nature’s high performance summer fabric.
- Natural Temperature Control: Merino wool’s combo of breathability and moisture transfer is second to none, and regulates body temperature over a wider range of temperatures.
- Moisture Wicking: Merino naturally pulls moisture away from the skin helping regulate temperature better, and the fabric won’t lose its thermoregulating properties when wet.
- Sun Protection: UPF 50+ Sun Protection.
- Full Length Zipper: Durable YKK zipper has smooth action and feel with lasting durability.
- Deep Pockets: Three rear pockets to stash valuables or pack extra layers and snacks.
- Silicone Waist Gripper: Keeps the jersey secure and in place to fight drafts and chill.
See more at Voler.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration via @holly.m.tyler
Holly’s Tour de France inspired illustrations caught our eye this week. Check the rest at out her profile!
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