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Continuing its celebration of 50 years of thoughtful design, Ritchey just announced the release of the Road Logic 50th Anniversary Edition. Clad in Pacific Azul and branded in a nod to the era when Tom built frames with virtuoso-like speed in his hometown of Palo Alto.
Only 150 frames were produced in this colorway, making this a very limited edition frameset from Ritchey. Available now exclusively from RitcheyLogic.com for $1499 in the US and select retailers in EU, this Road Logic won’t last long.
Order today from Ritchey.
For 2022, Roval’s Rapide CLX II and Alpinist CLX II are now tubeless-ready. To the wheel’s already undeniable performance and stunning palmares, Roval is bringing the lower rolling resistance, incredible handling, and flat protection of a tubeless system.
With over 150 World Tour wins thus far, the fastest wheels on the road just got faster. Using an identical extremal rim shape, the new Alpinist and Rapide wheels went through well over 100 different lay-ups before landing on the new rim, exceeding industry safety standards for tubeless testing, and delivering performance you can feel. Read more at Roval
Bigger is better, right? Ride Farr took in feedback from its customer base and sponsored athletes and determined it was time for a larger Carbon Aero Bolt-On. The new, larger size extends the platform a whole 5cm. See more at Ride Farr.
- Added length compared to other Aero Bolt-On models
- Lightweight and Compact
- Carbon/Alloy construction
- Fits 31.8mm handlebars
- Compatible with Arm Rest Kit – we recommend the new TOP MOUNT version
- Compatible with GPS Mount 22.2
- Weight : 138g
Keep the sun off your neck and ears this summer with a floppy cap from Crust Bikes. Skin cancer is a real threat to cyclists and caps like this are win-win in our book. In stock and shipping today from Crust Bikes!
Everyday carry objects are items you usually don’t leave home without. That also applies to bike rides. We’ve all got out favorite multi-tools but Wolf Tooth asks, how can a multi-tool be improved upon? Well, the 6-Bit Hex Wrench is a slimmed-down tool that packs just about every bit you’d need to adjust your saddle, bars, or even pedals! Inside this magnetically-closed handle are 11 bits including 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8mm hex; flat head #3.5 and Phillips #2 screwdrivers; and T10 and T25 Torx-compatible bits. You can lock the handle closed with the keyring and carry it with you everywhere. See more at Wolf Tooth!
Inspired by the Paris-Dakar, the Désertus Bikus is an ultra endurance race, spanning 1250kms. This year’s event took place April 23rd-May 1st and here’s the recap video with rankings:
Here is the ranking of the 1st edition men’s:
1/ Victor Bouscavet 2 Days 16h
2/ Sofiane Sehili at 2h29
3/ Maxime Prieur at 6h06
1/ Nathalie Baillon
2/ Elise Sauvinet
3/ Marjorie De Goumoens
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo via Vintage MTB Workshop
While Tom Ritchey might have made his name in the 1980s for his MOUNTAIN BIKEs, he was making road frames back in the 70s. This bike was built when Tom was just 19 years old and building in his parent’s garage in Palo Alto. What is so cool about modern Ritchey bikes is you can see the 1970s and 1980s Ritchey frames in their DNA. See more of this beaut at Vintage MTB Workshop.
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