Radar Roundup: State Tracklocross, Lost and Found Returns, HMPL, Crust Brush/Pull Up Bars, Rock Lobster Deal, and What’s Riv without Grant?


Radar Roundup: State Tracklocross, Lost and Found Returns, HMPL, Crust Brush/Pull Up Bars, Rock Lobster Deal, and What’s Riv without Grant?

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

State Bicycle Co. Announces 4130 Fixed Gear/Single Speed Tracklocross Bike $549.99

In 2009, State Bicycle Co. emerged into the fixed-gear scene with their original model the 4130 Fixed-Gear/Single-Speed. Since then, tens of thousands of riders have taken to the streets on the State 4130, drawn to it by its affordability, durability, and classic/timeless styling. After over a decade of manufacturing and 5+ years since major changes, the 4130 Fixed-Gear/Single-Speeds are getting a full overhaul.


  • Frame: 4130 Chromoly Steel (120mm spacing)
  • Fork: Segmented 4130 Chromoly Steel
  • Wheelset: 700c x 38c: Tubeless Capable 700c 38C  Wheel Set with All-Road Tire
  • Handlebars: Wide Risers or All-Road Flared Drops
  • Crank: State 170mm
  • Chainring: 46t
  • Cassette: Flip flop hub
  • Sizing: 49cm – 62cm

See more at State.

Registration Opens 6PM PST on Tuesday, March 15th for the 2022 Lost and Found Gravel Festival

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship has announced that the Lost and Found Gravel Festival will return in 2022, in partnership with long-time cycling production team, Breakaway Promotions. Lost and Found will run on June 4th, 2022, and the proposed routes will feature a 100-mile route with 8,447 feet of elevation gain. Shorter 35 mile and 60-mile routes are also available. Registration opens for the event at 6:00 PM PST on Tuesday, March 15th 2022. Head over to Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship for more info…

HMPL Has New Bags Shipping Today

HMPL is pleased to announce some fresh changes to its ever-expanding lineup of bags and accessories. New for 2022 comes the release of new colors and new fabrics available across their entire line of bags, as well as a newly developed woven Molle attachment system.

For the coming season, all HMPL bags will now be available in three new colors ( Coyote, Blue, Black) in EcoPak EPX200 fabric from Challenge Sailcloth. EcoPak is a new material that is not only Durable, Lightweight, and Waterproof but made from 100% recycled polyester. In an ongoing commitment to sustainability, this new recycled fabric from HMPL is produced using no solvents, wastewater or fluorocarbons!

Alongside the new fabrics, all HMPL bags will now come standard with their new Tech-Sys webbing attachment system. This newly developed webbing replaces the old stitched webbing Molle mounting system. Tech-Sys is a fully woven webbing with the Molle loops built-in. This gives a sleek and seamless appearance to the mounting points of the bags, and adds strength to the attachment.

All HMPL bags will be available in the new EcoPak fabric, as well as the classic 1000d Cordura option.

You can find all of this and more at HMPL.CA

Nitto x Crust Brush and Pull Up Bars $120

Crust has worked with Nitto for the past five years or so and their latest collaboration are the Brush (2.5″ rise) and Pull Up (1.5″ rise) handlebars. Both bars have unique specs, so roll over to Crust to check them out!

Rock Lobster Custom Gravel Bike – 2020, Large $4,499.99

You could order a custom bike from Paul at Rock Lobster and wait for a few months, then try to find parts, or if you can ride a size large, you could check out this beautiful chartreuse Rock Lobster Gravel bike and join the crustacean cult! See all the details at The Pro’s Closet.

This post is sponsored by our parent company, The Pro’s Closet.



The Future of Rivendell Bikes?

Path Less Pedaled checked in with Rivendell to discuss the future of the company without Grant…


Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

Photo by @JasonFitzgibbon

Coyotes get a bad rep but they should be revered more than feared. Check out Jason’s latest post on Instagram for proper education on Coyotes and if you’d like a deep dive, read the book Coyote America!

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