Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
If you caught Cari and John’s review of the Globe Haul ST last week, then you recall their bike was olive drab with gumwall tires and the model they rode wasn’t in stock at the time of the review. Well, it’s in stock and shipping today from Globe. Roll on over to check it out!
Catch up on our Review of the Globe Haul ST here: On Mobility, American Cities, and e-Cargo Life in Santa Fe: A Globe Haul ST Review
In 2016 ORNOT released its original handlebar bag. It won awards, toured the world, and carried a bazillion calories. Now it’s back with every detail refined to be the best bar bag for your gravel bike, road bike, or flat bar bike.
The bag features three cargo pockets, perfect for on-the-go storage, an interior zipper pocket with an integrated key clip for added security, and a phone holster designed for quick access, whether it’s for photos, music, or directions. It is crafted from Challenge ECOPAK™ 100% recycled fabric and treated with a PFC-free DWR. With a 3.1L internal capacity, it’s spacious enough for your essentials. For convenient attachment to your bike, the bag includes 2 Voile straps that run through adjustable attachment points, complemented by a rear cord, ensuring a secure fit.
- Rigid frame sheet for structure and shape
- 3 cargo pockets / 2 rear, one front
- Right-side phone pocket
- Internal secure zipper pocket with key clip
- 2 Voile Straps® included
- 1 rear tether cord included
- Wrap around zipper for easy access
- ECOPAK™ recycled fabric w/ PFC-free DWR
- YKK zippers
- Easy to attach
- 5.375″ (13cm) x 8.5″ (22cm) 3.1 liters / 260 grams
See more at ORNOT.
ICYMI, because we sure did, Sklar Bikes has a few new shirt and hoodie designs in its webshop. The Ficus Cyclist shirt and Happy Camper hoodie are our favs but you should roll on over to Sklar Bikes to see what else is in stock!
Both Shazams and Alakazams are now available in Wizard Works five core colors now. No wait times. In stock now. Wizard Works has been slowly phasing out the two-tone style in favor of all over color in our five core flavors: Splatter, Black, Olive, Rust and Hot Pink.
If you’re sitting on a project bike with no brakes and are on a budget, make sure you check out the new cable-actuated hydraulic calipers by State Bicycle Co. These $60 calipers offer the best of both worlds through innovative cable-actuated hydraulic technology. Experience hydraulic-level power without fluid or bleeds, and enjoy seamless installation on your current bike for exceptional control on any terrain, with any cable brake lever.
- Flat Mount
- Recommended with 160mm rotors (140mm compatible)
- Flat Mount adapters and hardware included
- Two-Piston movement for evenly applied rotor contact.
- Weight for front: 173g , Weight for rear: 157g, Weight for a pair: 330g
See more at State Bicycle Co.
You gotta hand it to small manufacturers. The bigger companies are always throwing curve balls at them and they do the best they can to keep up. From Paragon Machine Works’ UDH design to Wolf Tooth’s T-Type chainrings, these companies help bring your existing parts up to modern, high-tech speed. Wolf Tooth just announced a T-Type chainring for Race Face Cinch cranks. Don’t bother spending $$$$$$ on the new SRAM cranks if you have Race Face Cinch cranks already, just buy this upgrade.
See more at Wolf Tooth.
If you’re hankering for a new, carbon grav grav machine, then check out this impressive sale Revel Bikes is having on its Rover models. John reviewed this bike last year and even though he’s a steel and titanium fan, he gave it high praise. If you haven’t read his review, do so first, and if you have the budget, then check out Revel’s sale!
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration via Travis’ Yeti SB120 Review
John whipped this up in response to Travis’ Yeti SB120 review and it’s too good to let hang out in the comments…
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