Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Remote. Inhospitable. Mind-blowing. Beautiful. Spend two+ days paddling through winding red sandstone canyons, camping under dark, starry skies on sandy beaches, and exploring slot canyons. Want in? We are taking a group of eight on a trip this March 18-20. Children with backcountry experience are welcome. Check out our Reportage from last year for a sampling of what Doom and Lizzy offer!
March 19-21: Packraft the Dirty Devil River, Utah (2.5 day)
April 8-10: Learn to Packraft, Colo. (3 day)
April 15-17: Learn to Bikeraft, Utah (2.5 day)
April 23-24: Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Bikepacking & Ruin Exploring (2 day)
April 27-May 1: Intensive Intermediate River Bikerafting Course, Colo. (5 day)
May 2-5: Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Bikepacking (4 day)
May 9-14: Advanced Packraft Paddling & Expedition Planning Course, Colo. (5 day)
May 14-16: Learn to Bikeraft, GCNRA (2.5 day)
May 26-30: Learn Packrafting Basics, Colo. (5 day)
June 8-12: Intermediate Packrafting Course, Colo. (5 day)
June 17-19: River Bikerafting for Beginners, Colo. (3 day)
June 24-26: Learn to Packraft (2.5 day)
Which bike is right for you? Let Kangaroo help you decide and jump on your bike to get outside. A Bike For You is a children’s illustrated book that is the perfect inspiration to get your kids stoked about riding bikes!
Announced yesterday, Carbondale, Colorado-based Revel Cycles just received more stock of three of their frame offerings: Ranger, Rascal and Rail. As things go in this era, these probably won’t last long, so holler at your local dealer for ordering!
For those who prefer to keep their bikes and selves “bag free,” a number of products have arisen over the years that have made this dream a reality. From hidden compartments in your frames, bars, or steerers to Stache, a new Kickstarter campaign that just launched which puts storage into your cycling bottles. Check out all the info at Kickstarter.
Adventure for All was founded to help expand opportunities for individuals with developmental/intellectual exceptionalities through interactive adventure programs. These experiences are developed to help these individuals develop the skills and confidence to expand their opportunities beyond the program. Read about how you can help out at Adventure for All.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @johnprolly
John’s down in Tucson this week, reconnecting with friends in the desert, shooting stories and bike portraits, so you can expect some beautiful Sonoran landscapes making their way onto the site in the coming weeks. Here’s Ronnie Romance on his Warthog with a 29+ wheelset…
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