Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Search and State’s Wool Overshirt
Wow! Search and State have long brought great garments to the cycling space and these new Wool Overshirts are just the latest to hit the brand’s catalog. This is a heavy-duty, all-around utility piece designed to be worn everywhere and built to last forever. Made in NYC and in stock tomorrow morning from Search and State.
Vittoria’s Air Liners for Road, MTB, and Gravel
CushCore no doubt changed the game in terms of extending the life of your tires and rims, so it should come as no surprise that other companies would follow suit, particularly tire manufacturers. Vittoria rolled out its new Air Liners (great name) for its road, gravel, and MTB tires, with the gravel option being in stock now. These inserts enable you to “run-flat” after a catastrophic tire failure without denting the rim and allow for lower-than-normal tire pressures when traction is in demand. See more at Vittoria.
Our maker friends at Farther Bag Co just dropped this duck camp capsule collection featuring stem bags, bar/saddle packs, and a riding wallet. This is a fully custom duck camo design printed on 1000D Airwave fabric (similar to Cordura) and a high-vis, bright 400d Packcloth liner. Head on over to Farther to see more.
Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Duchamp Research Portal
Cyclists are probably most familiar with the above artwork – Bicycle Wheel, 1964 (replica of the 1913 original) – when it comes to Marcel Duchamp’s work, but the Philly Museum of Art is looking to change that. Immerse yourself in Marcel’s work at the new Duchamp Research Portal. Online and fr$$ to everyone!
Long Island Triple Crown | Bethpage, Mannetto, Stillwell | New York Gravel Cycling
Terry Barentsen takes on some gravel rides on Long Island in his latest video; Bethpage State Park, Mannetto Hills, and Stillwell.
Canyon takes to the hills and mountains of Los Angeles to dispel the myth that LA sucks for
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @vovasyuzev.png
Once again Instagram impressed us with an illustrator who’s clearly taken some cues from The Radavist over the years. Vladimir Syuzev is a Russian illustrator that has a number of fun illustrations on his page and is worth the follow!
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