Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Journeyer is Salsa’s entry-level gravel, touring, adventure bike and for 2022, they’ve updated this wonderfully accessible platform with more cargo bosses, an updated geometry, thru-axles, a new fork, and more. The Journeyer is available in 700c or 650b, in flat or drop bar, and with builds starting at $999, is the perfect option for dirt-curious riders. Check out all the updates at Salsa and see the full build pricing tier here.
As seen in our Sea Otter coverage, 1-Up is going to offer up limited edition anodizing colors, so if you want a chance to offer your opinion about which colors are offered, roll on over to 1-Up to cast your vote and enter to win a free rack!
For shoppers who are conscious of their consumption’s impact on climate change, PEARL iZUMi has designed a commuter apparel lineup that is intended to be ridden out of existence, i.e., shorts that are offset by a 15-mile ride. This is a continuation of PEARL’s efforts to make 90% of its products with sustainable materials by 2022. Read more at PEARL iZUMi.
V2 of the Bismarck Bottle Bucket V2 uses a mini-Voile strap attachment, mounts on either side of the handlebars, and includes pockets on all sides for maximum snack-carrying capacity. These bags are staples for touring and bikepacking, so if your cockpit is looking empty, roll on over to check out the new and improved Bismarck Bottle Bucket.
Sit back, open your mind, and check out this video by our kindred spirit Smoothjazzlines…
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @Sox.Katie!
Sending fat bikes will never get old. Thanks for the reminder, Katie!
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