Radar Roundup: Riv Wrenches, Sage Storm King GP, LaRon Wool, Agave Pack, Romanceur Video, Along For The Ride, and a Look Inside Lolo Racks


Radar Roundup: Riv Wrenches, Sage Storm King GP, LaRon Wool, Agave Pack, Romanceur Video, Along For The Ride, and a Look Inside Lolo Racks

Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…

Rivendell Fujiya Adjustable Wrench $30

At just 5.5 inches and 5.7 ounces, the Fujiya Adjustable Wrench is a favorite of the Rivendell gang to bring on rides and tours alike. These wrenches will serve you for headset adjustments, pedal removal, rack hardware tightening, and maybe a roach clip if you’re creative. When Rivendell puts through the wringer, you know it’s a worthwhile purchase. Roll on over to Rivendell to see more!

Sage Storm King GP

Inspired by meteorites, a Finnish lake, and equipped to tackle gravel races, tours, and more, the Sage Storm King GP has quite the paint job, inspired by an elaborate story we won’t even attempt to paraphrase. It’s better if you see the photos and read all about it at Sage.

LaRon and Team Dream Wool Bibs and Shorts $225/235

Ronnie and those chubby bobcats at Team Dream teamed up again on a second run of these luxurious wool boxers and riding shorts. These unpadded shorts feature a calf skin chamois for the ultimate in comfort and crotch health. LaRon and TDT worked with a more durable, softer wool that can be washed more frequently than the previous version of these shorts. LaRon is shipping these out in two weeks so if you’re curious, now’s the time to pick up a set. Yes, they’re pricey, but they’re made in Italy like Gucci loafers and Lambos. What do you expect? Head on over to Rons Bikes to see more.

Agave Products Agave Pack $75.00

Perhaps you recall a post we made in October of 2020 featuring a small bag maker out of Austin, Texas called Agave Products? Well, Agave has been busy and is finally releasing its first product, the Agave pack. These backpacks convert into a hip pack in mere seconds. It is made from 100% lightweight recycled nylon with a silicone coating to make it strong and water resistant. Its innovative, patent-pending design converts from 2L to 18L making it ideal for quick trips and spontaneous outdoor adventures. Great for use as an organizer, handlebar bag, hip pack, shoulder bag, backpack and stuff sack.


  • Capacity: 2L Hip Pack // 18L Back Pack
  • Back Pack Size: 46cm H x 26cm W x 19cm D
  • Hip Pack Size: 20cm H x 30cm W x 4cm D
  • Weight: 7 oz / 200g
  • Fabric: 3mm rip – 70D Recycled Nylon Fabric W/ Silicone coating

Check out more at Agave Products.



My Crust Romanceür

We’ve featured Ultra Romance’s Romanceur builds many times over the years, with his latest build showcase landing last spring. Well, Ronnie’s been tinkering with his build and has a nice video showcasing this build.



Salsa Presents: Along For The Ride

ALONG FOR THE RIDE is a short film about bike-parenting, a reflection on the positive impact of one family’s bikepacking experiences together as the father and three-year-old son, Oliver, embark on a 320km gravel race together to honour their shared time on the trail.



Loam Wolf Profiles Lolo Racks

Born in a garage with a single drill press and a dream, Lolo Racks has grown from engineer Joseph Oshman’s dream to build a better rack for his family to a booming bike rack company with customers around the world. Despite the company’s growth and move from Joseph’s home to their own building with state-of-the-art machinery, the passion and dedication remains. That passion doesn’t just extend to the finished product and a constant tweaking on bike rack designs. Joseph and Lolo Racks are equally passionate about American manufacturing from the welders and fabricators in-house to the local steel purchased, local powder coaters and painters, these racks wear their Made in America labels with pride.


Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

Illustration by @lemongrass_ride

This drawing by Lemongrass Ride caught our eye but it’s the shadow in the drawing that made us fall in love with it.

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