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RAR ATL (the Atlanta chapter of Radical Adventure Riders) is having a fundraiser and their annual festival party on August 27th + 28th!
RAR Atlanta (@rar.atlanta) is one of 11 chapters of the Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) established to enhance gender inclusivity and racial equity in the bicycle and outdoor adventure scene for all fitness and experience levels. RAR does this by providing connection, education, resources, and support for the community. RAR Atlanta is having a fundraiser and festival very soon, and they want folks to join in the fun.
Please join RAR for our annual festival at The Junction ATL on Sunday, August 28th!
RIDE: 10 – 11:30 AM: WTF riders only!
RAR ATL will meet up between 10:00 am, and 10:30 am for intros and coffee from Cafexito Coffeeshop, locate next door to the Junction ATL. At 10:30, we’ll depart on our bikes and ride around the neighborhood for 8 miles. This ride is social, no drop, for trans, non-binary, femme, and women riders only.
RAR’s aim is to roll back to the Junction by 12 pm. They’ll have a ride lead, sweep, and mechanic present. The ride will be social pace of approximately 6-8 mph, and the route will have minimal elevation. Route to be shared closer to the date.
PARTY: 12 – 3 PM: All are welcome!
RAR will have food, beverages, music, giveaways, bike valet and pop ups from our partners! Patagonia ATL, The Spindle ATL, Loose Nuts Cycles, Propel ATL, Midweek Roll, and Sew Like Jehn will have tables and all sorts of swag! This event is for everyone, including cis men.
Come for a fun kickback and opportunity to meet the leadership team, win some cool stuff, and chill over great music and community.
P.S. RAR are also having a ticketed fundraiser the day before the festival! Tickets and details at Eventbrite.
ORNOT’s cargo bibs are built on the success of their popular house bib shorts. Designed from the ground up, ORNOT sourced a new endurance pad, incorporated pockets, added soft and luxuriously stretchy straps, and topped it off with bluesign®-approved recycled fabric. The extra stretchy straps and back panel design allow for bathroom breaks without removing a jersey. Pair these bibs with our handlebar bag mini and carry everything you need. Permission granted to layer casually up top, Ornot.
- Drop tail function for easy bathroom breaks.
- 2 Pockets, 1 on each leg.
- bluesign®-approved recycled fabric.
- Oeko-Tex certified endurance pad made with recycled fibers.
- Stretchy and soft bib straps.
- Silicone-free leg gripper.
- Reflective detailing on the legs.
- 35 UPF sun protection.
- Made in Italy.
See more at ORNOT.
Richard Sachs Vans $150
We all know Richard Sachs is larger than life, and people who are deserve their own pro model shoes. Offered for one week only. These Vans are designed by Evert Lee of House Industries and play off the tessellated logo pattern familiar to all RSCX team followers.
Orders for these custom-made kicks will be placed on August 25th, after which date this page disappears.
The custom-made shoes will be delivered to your door in 3-4 weeks after this limited offer expires.
Check out more at Richard Sachs.
New Rak Attach 2.0 $509
When it comes to a 2″ receiver swingout, it’s hard to beat the Rak Attach. These unique (and often copied) bits of kit allow you to run a bike rack on a swingout, moving your bikes out of the way to access your rear cargo area or drop tailgate. These are Made in the USA by 1-Up and the new model features a much more robust swing arm, as well as extra brackets to minimize movement.
- Swings away 100 degrees for rear vehicle access
- Fits 2” receiver
- Includes anti-rattle bracket and locking hitch pin
- Passenger or Driver side swing
- 2 sizes available for best fitment
- Rated to carry up to 275 lb
- Black powder coat finish
- Minimal assembly required
- 3/4″ wrench required for installation
- RakAttach weight is 59 lb
See more at 1-Up!
New from Santa Fe-based Farewell is the Handlebar Roll, a minimal bikepacking bag for your flat or riser bars, yet this bag can fit between wide drops, but you’d probably want to pack it before you install it. The Handlebar Roll attaches to yer handlebars via (2) voile straps. Attaches to yer frame or steerer via webbing strap with a cam lock and strap keeper. The bag is seam-sealed and uses extra TUFF XPAC fabric for XTREME weatherproofing. Opens on either side for easier access. Features 2 webbing straps to stow tent poles and whatnot. Those same straps can be used to secure an accessory bag yet to be released. Comes with 4 foam spacers to accommodate tricky setups, help with cable management and ensure an extra secure attachment.
- Capacity: ~23 liters
- Dimensions: 9.5” diameter x 31” (unrolled) and 22” (with 3 rolls, which seems to work best)
- Weight: ~9oz
See more at Farewell!
Wilde High Boi Bars $190
There is no shortage of high-rise, cross-bar-equipped handlebars these days and the latest to enter the arena are these Wilde High Boi Bars. Created in partnership with Wilde’s pal Wes at Lunch Break Brazing, these new High Boi Bars are powder coated in either clear or black with cool brass logo and serial number plates.
- 3” Rise
- 15° Sweep Both Up and Back
- 860mm Wide
- 22mm Clamp
- Weight: 555 Grams
- Handmade in Minneapolis
See more at Wilde.
The latest film in the series capturing the exploits of the Café du Cycliste Gravel Team takes us to Iceland and The Rift. The focus of the film is María Ögn Guðmundsdóttir, an Icelandic bike racing legend who has worked tirelessly to encourage other women to enjoy two-wheeled adventures, whilst also winning 20 Icelandic national championships across multiple racing disciplines.
Richard Evans and his friends made a short film about riding up the east coast in the UK. This 200km ride was filled with sun, sand, rain, boats, and nuclear power stations…
L39I0N of Los Angeles – America’s first black-owned pro cycling team – is more than just a team; it’s a family. Metaphorically, and literally. In Tandem follows three sets of siblings as they train, dream, and navigate the imbalances that continue to characterize the sport.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration by @kankobayashi_
Kankobayashi’s IG account is one of our favs and this piece is entitled: “illustration of a boy building a bicycle and his hands 05.” To see the rest of the series, give @kankobayashi_ a follow!
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