Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
This Friday, April 22nd, from 6-9pm LaMarche Bike Co will be showing some bikes and frames @nycvelohellskitchen. (590 W 45th st., NYC) Come hang out, have a drink, chat, and afterward, go for a ride.
ATM is bringing back the Many Things Sack but with a few tweaks. The v1.2 is roughly the same as the original in that it uses a 4-point attachment on the back panel with the King Cage Manything Cage. In place of the top strap, the v1.2 now has flap with additional webbing for strapping light items. These are now for sale at Andrew the Maker in stock and custom colors.
The all-new Range Pedal from PNW Components is the perfect blend of comfort, grip, affordability, and colorful pops for one hell of a deal with a lifetime warranty.
- Glass fiber-reinforced nylon composite
- 390g per pair
- 1 inboard bushing, 1x cartridge bearing, 1x roller bearing
- 22 steel pins and nuts per pedal
Inspired by British mountain bike movies like “A Slice of British Pie”, “Tea and Biscuits” and 50to01 vids, Jank on YouTube set out to make a mountain bike movie in their town Bellingham, Washington. The key difference was that they wanted to avoid filming only “pro” riders and instead wanted to capture a diverse range of skill levels…
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration by @Kook.Grin.Media
We can’t get enough of Kook Grin Media’s illustrations, especially when they’re of one of our own contributors, Daniel Zaid!
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