Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
This morning, MASH will offer its first steel road framesets at shop.mashsf.com at 9am PST. Mike and the team at MASH have been developing this model for years, getting feedback, adjusting, and are ecstatic with the results. The framesets are specced with butted steel, phosphate dipped, and sprayed with a clear matte finish, with clear gloss artwork. Check out all the info at MASH!
Swift Industries’ latest bag design is the Hold Fast half-frame bag. These bags come in three colors, seen above, and three sizes, 2.75L, 3.2L, and 4L. The Hold Fast design allows for you to run your water bottles and cages still while optimizing storage space. Check out more at Swift Industries.
Everyone loves a bit of color on their bikes and Wolf Tooth has something extra fun for those fans of purple. These new titanium, cerakote Morse Cages are in stock, but not for long, at Wolf Tooth.
The Nova Hip Pack is carefully crafted by High Above from lightweight waterproof X-Pac material. This new hip bag features a super-smart, integrated water bottle holder that easily folds away when not in use with the help of a low-profile Fidlock magnetic buckle. A pared-down design gives you nearly the same space as our Lookout hip pack, with a sleeker look and lighter weight. SOLAS reflective tape is strategically hidden beneath the lash tab for extra visibility at night and a place where you can easily attach a blinky light. Check out more at High Above.
Over at the TPC Magazine, Spencer did an in-depth look at the history of Crust Bikes, interviewing Cheech, Ronnie Romance, and talking about how Crust came to be, what the name, Crust, means, and lots of weirdness in between! Don’t miss this one at the TPC Magazine.
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