Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Author Hayley Diep and illustrator Braden Hallett deliver a kid’s book (Ages 0-8) that showcases young girls who’re into all sorts of sports, including cycling, in a wonderfully illustrated paper or hardback book. Check out the story behind the book at Hayley’s website.
The M1 Advance is a super-durable pant from the makers of some of the most robust cycling apparel on the market. These made in New York City Pants are great for everything from commuting to daily wear.
For sale this morning at Search and State.
Easton Cycling has added an EC90-level bar to its popular AX series. The EC90 AX handlebars feature ergonomically shaped tops – allowing for additional hand positions while riding – based on hand sizing and rider testing and feedback. Each handlebar width features a tuned ergo diameter + length, while also retaining our proven Maximum Contact Drop.
- 208g – 42cm width (40cm – 203g, 44cm – 213g, 46cm – 218g)
- 40/42/44/46cm widths measured center-center, at the hoods
- 16 degree flare
- Improved ergo top section
- Easton MCD drop (Max Contact Drop)DI2 bar end routing
Brooks England is once again the official partner for London’s coolest gravel event: North London Dirt 2022. Following a 115km (70 mile) all-surface course, NLD offers riders a self-supported gravel adventure unlike any other, covering everything from quiet lanes and dirt paths to tight wooded singletrack. Beyond providing participants with a single-day urban, suburban, and rural escape from the city, the event also brings a diverse gravel community together to raise money for the St. Mary’s Centre—a London community hub that hosts, among other things, a migrant centre, food bank and homeless shelter. The event starts with a warm cup of Workshop Coffee and ends with a cold pint from Magic Rock Brewing.
Martijn Doolaard’s book, Two Years on a Bike is now for sale and with its launch, he’s releasing a four-part video series showcasing his journey. Here are the first two parts for your enjoyment.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by Wildglass Photo.
Para-cyclist Josie Fouts isn’t afraid of the impossible. In a few short years, Fouts went from casual commuter to elite para-cyclist. Now she’s on a mission to bring para-mountain biking to the Paralympics and inspire others with her story. Head on over to our parent company, The Pro’s Closet’s Magazine to read Bruce’s excellent reporting on how Fouts overcame the absence of her hand on the bike. This is a really moving story and I hope you all read it!
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