Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
No one likes having the blues unless you like having blue anodized components on your bike! Paul Component Engineering just announced they’re bringing back blue anodized components throughout its entire catalog. That’s blue Tall-N-Handsome, Boxcar Stems, Klampers, Levers, and more. If you have a favorite Paul component, it’s now available in blue.
See the full catalog at Paul Component Engineering.
Look, we know $12,000 is a lot of coin to spend on a bike but that doesn’t mean we aren’t willing to showcase this over-the-top build kit! Complete with a limited edition Cane Creek HELM fork, SRAM AXS, eWing cranks, and flashy Level 3 Custom Trail 280c wheels from Industry Nine, it’s easy on the eyes and yeah, hard on your wallet. Roll on over to REEB to see the full breakdown and more photos.
Does the SST live up to the hype? Check out John’s review…
Seeing the success of their Undefeated aluminum frames, State Bicycle Co. has developed a carbon version to bring top-of-the-line performance to the masses. This new Undefeated Disc frame is made of high-modulus carbon fiber and touts features like thru-axles, a threaded BB, 30c tire clearance, and flat-mount disc brakes. The Undefeated Carbon Disc is ready for crits, casual cruises, or wherever the road takes you at a price that can’t be beaten!
FRAME: High-mod T800 carbon fiber
FORK: Full Carbon Fiber Fork & Steer Tube (430 grams uncut)
HEADSET: Included – Integrated and Sealed
Front Axle: 100x12mm (thru-axle included)
Rear Axle: 142x12mm (thru-axle included)
Bottom Bracket Standard: BSA (Threaded)
Carbon Fiber Seat Post Included: 212 grams
Max Tire Clearance 30c
See more at State
Our friends in Gallup, New Mexico just posted up these Shaun Price-designed shirts to raise money for their nonprofit that fixes bikes on the Diné Reservation. These shirts are printed on Bella Canvas shirts and proceeds will go to support the team’s endeavors. Great job, y’all! Scoop one up at Silver Stallion.
Ritchey WCS Gravel Grips $14.95
Back in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s, a company called Grab-On made grips for motos and bicycles, with its moto grips being utilized on early mountain bikes and the longer grip models found their way onto drop bar “10-Speed” bikes. Perhaps taking inspiration from the early Grab On use, Ritchey just announced a WCS Gravel Grip. These nifty grippies slide onto your bars, just below the shifter/brake levers. Get ’em at your local shop or at Ritchey direct.
The world’s best off-road cyclists kick off their career-defining journey at the newest series in off-road cycling: the inaugural Life Time Grand Prix presented by Mazda. Watch the deep men’s and women’s fields throw down and battle through crashes, injuries and expectations to set themselves apart early at Stop #1 of 6: the Fuego 80K at the Life Time Sea Otter Classic presented by Continental.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration by @bicyclecrumbs
We’re stoked to have Richard Pool, aka Bicycle Crumbs, working on short-form reviews for us and we were not expecting this piece of art!
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