Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Passchier Astaire $140
The new 620mm wide, 10-degree sweep Astaire bar is the perfect riding companion — built with comfort, durability, style, and sustainability at front of mind.
Strength tested beyond ISO standards and still keeping that beloved Passchier flex, the Astaire delivers comfort across a range of terrains and looks damn good while doing it.
The natural fibers have the perfect amount of flex to absorb vibrations of the road and take away discomfort and stress from the hands, wrists and arms, allowing you to ride longer and more enjoyably.
See more at Passchier.
PNW Satellite Saddle Bag $39
The Satellite’s DWR-coated material keeps your essentials dry and an adjustable hook-and-loop strap securely mounts the bag to the rails of your saddle. A unique, removable bungee attachment system adds additional security around the seat post and is designed specifically with dropper posts in mind to avoid junking up the dropper stanchion.
● Star Dust Khaki
● Dark Matter Black
● DWR-coated tri-layer sailcloth made from 100% recycled polyester
● Hook-and-loop strap for universal saddle compatibility
● Dropper-friendly removable bungee anchor strap for damage-free attachment to seatpost
● 55 grams
See more at PNW
Who’s behind these beautiful, limited edition TPC x Mosaic gravel bikes? TPC founder Nick Martin sits down with Mosaic founder Aaron Barcheck to talk about the limited edition GT-2 45 and GT-2 X bikes that just dropped. Hear about how Mosaic’s origin story ties in with TPC. Plus, The Radavist’s John Watson calls in from the backcountry to explain the inspiration behind the striking paint schemes.
Trackfam is thrilled to celebrate the upcoming 60th anniversary of the Kissena Velodrome by leading the charge to restore and resurface New York state’s only bicycle racing track.
Sponsor a meter or a turn; we’re virtually splitting the track into 400 meters and asking you to contribute and share a piece of our history.
Head on over to the GoFundMe to learn more and/or to donate!
Ep.2 of Here, There, Everywhere, “Gravel to the Grave” is live! Inspired by athletes like Lael Wilcox and Lachlan Morton, Miranda Miller wanted to know what it was like to do a REALLY BIG RIDE. To ride through the night, and through unknown territory. To ride past the limit of anything she had ever done before.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo via @jweinberg
Josh was recently in Santa Fe and captured Bailey Newbrey in his element!
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