Radar Roundup: Fizik Terra Artica GTX, Moots 40th Keychains, Nordest Kuxto, DOOMtitanium, Scout Bike Alarm, ILE Dopp, We Are Moots, and Andy McKenna – Evolution


Radar Roundup: Fizik Terra Artica GTX, Moots 40th Keychains, Nordest Kuxto, DOOMtitanium, Scout Bike Alarm, ILE Dopp, We Are Moots, and Andy McKenna – Evolution

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

Fizik Terra Artica GTX $259

The Terra Artica GTX is Fizik’s off-road winter cycling shoe. Both insulated and equipped with a breathable, waterproof GORE-TEX membrane, it is a versatile shoe that is reliable for all-terrain riding, gravel riding, mountain biking, and beyond.

Fully insulated, waterproof, and breathable, this performance all-terrain shoe comes ready to roll in extreme climates and is built to protect you from the most severe weather, whether you’re tackling snow-covered technical trails, rain-soaked down-country laps, or epic, icy gravel adventures.

See more at Fizik.

Moots 40th Headbadge Keychain $80

This keychain design is one of the early Moots keychains, designed and created by our friend Mike Cherney up in Northern California. Moots brought it back to commemorate its 40th birthday and offers it in a limited edition 40th keychain. The price stings but it’s way cheaper than a new Moots!

Nordest Kutxo Frameset €599

The NORDEST KUTXO, the brand’s drop bar 29er touring bike, has been designed to snake down trails, levitate over mountains and devour kilometers of rough tracks. An adaptable geometry and wide component compatibility will allow you to enjoy this frame on all rides, from single-tracks to multi-day bikepacking or a long gravel route.

Accommodates 120mm forks and clearance for tires up to 29er 2.4. Its more open head tube angle and longer reach allow the use of shorter stems and wider bars. Adding a rigid fork makes for an ideal setup for long-distance riding.

Made with a new double butted CRMO4130 STEEL tubing , with a modern geometry designed by Pedro Jerónimo, it has been tested by riders with excellent results in all conditions. This frame has chainstays of only 430 mm compatible with wheels up to 29er 2.4″.

Designed for forks with 483mm length and 51mm rake, you can also fit a 100/120mm travel suspension fork. The KUTXO is prepared to attach all kinds of supports, bags, panniers, fenders and accessories that you can imagine.

Two color options: Sand or Purple Matte. See more at Nordest.

DOOM Bars Lucky Riser in Titanium $250

We kindly asked Keaton from DOOM to make us some titanium Legal Drinker bars for our Radavist x Mosaic bikes and he obliged. Since then, he’s been making more bars in small batches. The latest being the Lucky Risers. These bars lack a moto-brace, spanning between the highest points, so they offer a springy amount of flex. Ditch the elastomer stem on your bike and get on board the titanium bars train!


  • The Titanium Lucky Riser: 14 degrees backsweep, because you can’t stop at 13.
  • 2” Rise and 6 degrees upsweep.
  • 880mm wide, can be cut to 780mm with a 185mm grip area
  • Raw Titanium Finish
  • 22.2mm stem clamp (includes 31.8 or 25.4 shims if needed)
  • 435grams at full width
  • Includes Shipping in the the US, International orders email doom@doombars.com

See more at DOOM.

Knog Scout Bike Alarm & Finder $59.95

Knog knows your bike is a prized possession and leaving it unattended, even when secured, can be risky in some cities or locales. The new Scout provides unparalleled Bike security by combining both an extremely loud 85db bike alarm function with a highly accurate bike finder, using Apple’s ‘Find My’ app. It fits on any standard bottle boss – like the ones under your downtube – to tuck away behind your favorite bottle cage.

Once armed, any movement of a Scout fitted Bike will trigger the motion-sensitive audio alarm discouraging any further movement and alerting the bike’s owner, both by the sound of the alarm and via a notification that is automatically sent to the owner’s iPhone (when in Bluetooth range).

Then in a scenario where a bike fitted with Scout is not where the owner has left it, it can be located using Apple’s network via the ‘Find My’ app.


  • Motion-sensitive 85 db audio alarm for immediate deterrence
  • Can be located quickly using Apple’s ‘Find My’ app
  • Operated using Knog iOS app
  • Mounts to standard water cage braze-ons
  • Can be mounted under water bottle cage for discretion
  • Use supplied anti-tamper screws to mount securely
  • Neon silicone cover provided to advertise security device (if desired)
  • Arm / disarm using button (within 5 ft) or app within bluetooth range
  • LEDs show alarm status & battery charge
  • USB-C rechargeable with up to 6 months battery life
  • Water resistant IP66 rating (washproof)
  • Weights just 0.88 oz

See more at Knog.

ILE Dopp Kit – Large $40

ILE is a bag maker in the Bay Area of California that sources US materials and makes killer bags for cycling and traveling. These Dopp Kits come in two sizes, small and large (pictured,) come in a variety of colors, and are shipping today for a solid price $32/40.

These water-resistant Dopp Kits are designed to hold small personal items and toiletries. Pull tabs for easy zipping/unzipping.


  • Water resistant toiletries bag
  • USA made materials
  • YKK weather-resistant zipper
  • Contrasting liner color
  • Dimensions: 10″ (25.4 cm) x 4″ (10.2 cm) x 4″ (10.2 cm)
  • Handmade in California

See more at ILE.



We Are Moots

MOOTS makes bikes in the Rockies and are the masters of metal…



Andy McKenna – Evolution

As a teenager Andy McKenna was swept along by the first wave of mountain biking in the 80’s. It took over his life, relationships and career – until a life-changing diagnosis in 2007 truly opened his eyes to the healing power of the bicycle and flicked a switch on an evolution Andy could never have predicted in his lifetime.


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