Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Developed in collaboration with Chris King, this compact handlebar bag is great for carrying essentials in style. An easy-access zipper pocket allows for quickly grabbing your essentials on the fly. A bungee closure wraps conveniently around an iconic Chris King headset cap, pulling the flap snug and increasing the bag’s weather resistance. In the event that your handlebars are occupied, take advantage of the horizontal daisy chain attachment system and the bag could be mounted to your saddle.
- Dimensions – 24x15x10 cm
- Volume – 3.5L
- External Fabric – ECOPAK – EPLX400 (Water Proof) (recycled nylon/water bottles)
- Liner Fabric – ECOPAK – RBC200 (Water Resistant) (recycled nylon/water bottles)
- Plastic structure – ⅛” HDPE
- Webbing – Nylon
- Bag include (2) 6″ Voile Nano straps for attachment as well as a cordlock strap for securing bag to headtube
See more at Sim Works.
If you’re looking for some vibrancy on your next build or perhaps you enjoy cottage industry, US-made cycling components. Either way, Crust Bikes now carries 5Dev cranks, pedals, and chainrings, in a variety of colors but they’re selling out fast!
Roll over to Crust to see the full availability.
Everyone remembers Knog’s Frog lights, which really took off around 2010 or so. These silicon-strapped lights are easy to mount anywhere on your bike and now feature a Chip on Board LED technology, enabling a high intensity light that’s compact, low profile and packed with features.
- Punchy 40 lm front & 20 lm rear output
- Integrated flexible mounting system
- 9 eye-catching modes
- Water resistant with IP65 rating
- Super lightweight at just 20 grams
- USB-C rechargeable
- Curved lens provides side illumination
- Great runtimes
- Simple one-button operation
- Available in 6 fun-loving colors
See more at Knog.
Back by popular demand, the Rene Herse 12 Speed Rings return with 46/30-tooth rings in stock now. The other sizes are in production, and Rene Herse should have the entire program available again within the next month or so. These chainrings aren’t just for 12-speed; they also work great on drivetrains with 9, 10 or 11 cogs. That means you canrun them with 8-speed chains and 7-speed freewheels, and they work great there, too.
See the full breakdown at Rene Herse.
Robust, hybrid-denim overalls built for rugged use. With functionality for outdoor adventure, elastic cuffs, hyperflex, and shoulder adjustability, combined with a rugged 13.5 oz. super-stretch fabric, the Ripton & Co. bi-component Deluxe Overall lives in a category of its own. Built to change how you do life. Featuring 13.5 oz. Cosy insulated denim, these Deluxe Overalls have been optimized for warmth, comfort and strength.
- 13.5 ounce hybrid stretch denim
- 30.4% stretch rating
- 57.5% Cotton, 22% Polyester, 14% Modal, 4% Nylon, 2.5% Elastane
- Zippered kangaroo pocket
- Elastic cuffs
- Bi-component next to skin insulation
- Extreme tensile and tear strength fit for workwear
See more at Ripton.
How do you approach the myth? How do you talk about one of the greatest champions of all times without being trivial? More than sixty years after his untimely death, Fausto Coppi is still an indelible presence in the memory of a nation and a sport, cycling, which in his time had begun to fly thanks to the feats of those who will be remembered forever as heroes. And Coppi, of those heroes was the greatest. Romantic hero, with that neorealist actor look. Style hero. Before him, cyclists were only rudimentary athletes. His grace, his ways and his precise ideas in dressing and his presence even outside the competitions helped to create the collective consciousness of a people that began to spread its wings, like a heron, not surprisingly one of the nicknames of the Campionissimo.
A beautiful and intense bikepacking route, with adrenaline-pumping experiences at times, with a titanic effort in some sections, with latent and palpable poverty, leaving friends behind that will last over time. Pakistan has it all: people of different ethnicities and beliefs, lush mountains and plains, and spicy and delicious food…
This route is divided into 5 blocks, which you can see at Komoot.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @ratkingframes
Rat King Frames just dropped this beautiful pair of Jurassic Park-themed hardtails, with a few easter eggs in the paint. Roll on over to Rat King to check out more photos!
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