Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Bike shop Crumbworks in Japan teamed up with Nitto to make the perfect bar for your vintage MTB project. These bars will give you a little less reach, a common problem with 90s MTBs and their long top tubes, and a little rise too. Best of all, they clamp in a 25.4 stem! Crust Bikes is distributing these bars in the US of A.
- Made in Japan by Nitto
- Heat Treated Aluminum
- Colors- Dull Bright or Black
- Width- 720mm
- Rise- 40mm
- Sweep- 39°
- Clamp Diameter- 25.4mm
- Grip Area Diameter- 22.2mm
- Inner Diameter at Ends- 19mm
- Grip Area Length- 215mm
- Weight- 385g
Roll on over to Crust to scoop a pair.
Looking for some warm and fun socks for those cool and brisk autumn rides? Check out the new Sklar Bikes Squiggly Sklocks. A nice pair of socks might be the most underrated piece of riding equipment. A nice pair of wool socks keep your feet warm and cushioned even after stream crossings or unexpected downpours.
These Woolie Boolie socks are made in the USA by DeFeet, available in two fun colorways, and ready for your next adventure. In stock now at Sklar Bikes.
You asked, or maybe you didn’t, but Raleigh delivered. The legendary Mk1 Tuff Burner is back.
If you were a BMX kid in the 80s, there are a few things that are guaranteed to leave you bright-eyed with nostalgia. Bunnyhops. Lacing up your Vans. E.T. hitching a ride in Elliot’s basket. And, of course, the bikes that defined it all.
When it first hit the streets in 1982, the Mk1 Tuff Burner stole hearts with its blazing blue frame and instant icon status. The logos, the snazzy gumwall tyres, the ultra-tough cranks – this sensational machine was a legend in the making. Which is probably why it’s regarded as one of the most iconic Raleigh Burners of all time – and that’s a pretty tall order.
Now this icon is ready to ride again.
In an exclusive limited-edition release, we’ve brought your favorite Burner back from the archives. If you were lucky enough to ride it back in the 80s, you’d notice this brand-new Tuff Burner is almost an exact replica of the original 1982 bike. The only difference? A tiny change in geometry to make sure this remake rides like an absolute dream for its, let’s say “more experienced” fans. From the Skyway Tuff 20’’ wheels to the blue Aero saddle, you’ll be ready to ride like it’s 1982.
Snag it while you can at Raleigh.
Jobst Brandt (1935-2015) was a California cyclist and engineer whose passion and intellect changed the way we ride bikes today. Years before the evolution of mountain bikes and gravel bikes, his legendary ‘Jobst rides’ took riders and their bikes to places they hadn’t gone before.
Jobst spent almost fifty summers in the Alps, lightweight touring and adventuring over 2,000 miles each time, always carrying a camera to document his trip.
He was also the brilliant mind behind many innovations such as the bike computer and smooth tires, and he even influenced the birth of the mountain bike.
The JOBST BRANDT RIDE BIKE! book tells the story of his life and rides through unseen photos and original documents that detail his impact on cycling.
Back this book on Kickstarter today.
Perhaps your old hoops are a bit too worn for another season of abuse, or you want to treat yourself? Whatever the reason, our parent company, The Pro’s Closet, is having a Black Friday sale on wheels… right now!
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Since 2011, Garmin inReach® satellite technology has helped individuals stay in touch globally, send and receive messages outside of cellphone service, navigate routes, track and share journeys and, when necessary, trigger an interactive SOS message to Garmin Response, the 24/7 staffed global emergency response coordination center.
Now more than 10,000 individuals’ lives have been changed from the help they received after triggering an SOS message on their inReach device. Read on for a look at the statistical breakdown of SOS incidents from the past 11 years at Garmin…
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