Radar Roundup: ERGON Lightweight Grips, BFF Brooklyn Caps, State RFUMWP Descent Supercut


Radar Roundup: ERGON Lightweight Grips, BFF Brooklyn Caps, State RFUMWP Descent Supercut

Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…

ERGON GXR Lightweight Grips $24.95

The new GXR grip from ERGON are made of unique AirCell-Rubber, which is extra-light with incomparable damping comfort and 100% made in Germany.

The clever minds of ERGON have once again consulted the innovation oracle and are proud to introduce the new GXR grip. Designed to excel with just the essentials, the ERGON GXR does exactly what cross-country riders and lightweight racers want: absorb impacts, grippy, weighs very little, and of course, ergonomic in hand and gives riders security without death-gripping. The GXR is the first truly ergonomic lightweight grip made of AirCell-Rubber manufactured in a specially developed process. Super light, without needing a clamp, and 100 % made in Germany.

  • MSRP: €19.95, $24.95
  • Two sizes: Small (32mm dia.),Large (34mm)
  • 90-grams/pair (size small)
  • 100% designed, sourced, and produced in Germany

See more at ERGON

BFF X Headdy Brooklyn Cycling Cap $25

The Brooklyn Cycling Cap official reissue celebrates one of the most iconic cycling caps in cycling history, designed in 1973 for the Brooklyn Cycling Team, the best team of his decade. Brooklyn was an Italian professional cycling team that existed from 1973 to 1977 featured riders such as Roger De Vlaeminck, who won Paris–Roubaix four times. The team was sponsored by Italy’s Brooklyn Chewing Gum and Gios Bicycle, famous for the blu color of the frames.

Roll on over to the Bicycle Film Festival to scoop one.



We’re big fans of State’s Riding Fixed, Up Mountains, With Pros series and this descent supercut showcases how great the series has been over the years. Here’s to hoping they’re releasing another installment soon!



The Grumeti Fund K2N sees riders cycle from the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro to the shores of Lake Natron, through the rugged backcountry of northern Tanzania. The course boasts a diversity of landscapes, incredible wildlife viewing, and a chance for cyclists to encounter the culture and hospitality of the Maasai and Chagga people. The 2022 event will take place 31st May to 3rd June. 50% of K2N race profits go directly to community development.


Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

Illustration by @l__ermitage

After mentioning l__ermitage yesterday, we had to plug his latest illustration too!

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