Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Wizard Works are excited to announce a new XL size of Framebagracadabra, their stock partial frame bag.
Designed for bikes with a horizontal(ish) top tube, a lot of thought went into the design features of the Framebagracadabra to make the bag fit a wide range of bikes. The new XL size brings the range to four sizes, meaning the Framebagracadabra fits a huge range of bikes with frame sizes between 46 – 60 cm.
See more at Wizard Works.
Titanium bars are a great way to dampen your ride. The only problem is, there aren’t a lot of offerings out there, so when we came across Roost’s offerings, we had to share. Available in 780mm or 800mm widths in flat, 20mm, or 30mm rise, these bars are a sure way to reduce hand fatigue (and they look damn cool!) Check out availability and more info at Roost.
If you find yourself in the Santa Fe area on Thursday, July 14th, then be sure to check out the Fat Tire Society’s movie night at the beloved Jean Cocteau Theater in the Santa Fe Railyard for a series of short films and conversation to help raise funds for the New Mexico Cyclist for Wildfire Relief fund.
Tickets are $20. All proceeds will go to support victims of the massive Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon fire.
Check out more at the SFFTS.
We love Twin Six’s “Metal” jersey design series and their new Trail Jersey looks like a great option for gravel and mtb rides. Best of all, these are MUSA and affordable at just $75. Get on it before they disappear at Twin Six.
Our friends at Why Cycles just announced a massive discount on El Jefe hardtail and R+ gravel frames and complete builds. You can now take $500 either a build or a frame in both models for a limited time. So if you’ve been wanting to throw your leg around one of these bikes, now’s a good time! Roll on over to Why to see more!
Wow! Our mates down in Australia really know how to throw an event! Next year, FYXO!
Join the Ride Beyond Crew as they head to the USA to discover the ‘home of gravel’ during two weeks of epic adventures!
In this final episode, they go on a last big ride in Texas. Because the temperatures in the desert are scorching our best option is to strap on some lights and head out before dawn. Seeing this place at this time is amazing, this might have been our best ride so far, a fitting goodbye to the Lone Star Gravel State! You can find the routes we rode during this trip at the Focus Komoot page.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo via @Bikepackshop
Film grain + muddy bikes + public transit = good times!
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