Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
Rivendell Roadini Pre-Sale $1,300
The Roadini is an all-around, all-weather road bike. It gives up nothing to modern extreme bikes on smooth, ideal roads, and is far better in every way when conditions are crappy. It has the classical clearances of the oldies, higher quality overall construction, is more comfortable, and rides like a Rivendell.
The 2022 50 to 61cm frames fit tires up to 42mm, or 38 with a fender.
Frameset comes with an FSA Duron 1″ threaded headset and 26.8 Kalloy seapost.
Colors for 2022 are RBW Orange and Mermaid.
See more at Rivendell!
Unite Co’s Made in the UK CNC’d bike components are quite the lookers on their own yet the brand had to up the ante with a splatter pack, featuring cranks, stem, pedals, seat collar, chainrings, and even headset spacers! These components are in stock and shipping today and even if you don’t want to buy any, you’ve gotta see the other splatter colors. They’re divine!
See the full drop at Unite Co.
… because, why not? It’s no secret Paul is a HUGE Grateful Dead fan, so we just had to make a batch of decals based on Bob Thomas‘ original Dead logo. These are high quality 3″ all-weather 4mil vinyl die-cut decals, made in the USA. In stock at PAUL.
Our buddy at Myth Cycles is hosting a fundraiser! Here’s the info, straight from the Mythic himself:
“Like a lot of you, we’ve been watching the rollback of civil rights and wondering what we can do to affect the situation or help those in need. In collaboration with Agave Finishworks and King Cage, two other companies in the Durango community, we’ve put together a raffle to give us, and you, a way to make a difference.
The full proceeds of this raffle will be donated to Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains’ Patient Assistance fund. PPRMs is the mountain states’ branch of a public health service that makes sure people have access to the care and resources they need to make informed decisions about their bodies, their lives, and their futures. These funds will help people who need it most: the patient assistance program directly helps patients receive the care they need, regardless of their zip code or ability to pay.
Win this raffle and you will receive a sweet suite of custom goodies, including a Myth Cycles LoMoTo handlebar, a Myth stem, a set of King Cages, a King Cage heart, and a Myth Cycles high performance spatula, all titanium and all done up in our Gild anodized finish.
A $20 donation gets one entry, link in bio. Donate anytime between now and Sept 11th for an entry; multiple entries are allowed. Let the games begin!
Oh and PS: comment on this post so that the algorithm launches it deep into Instagram hyperspace!”
See the full spread at Myth’s Instagram.
… and down in ABQ, Keaton from Doom Bars is working with Mariposa Fund on a fundraiser:
“We’re rafflin off this sweet, safe, swoopy, and sendy titanium handlebar to raise money for @mariposafund. All proceeds will go directly to @mariposafund
There are two ways to enter!
Go to doombars.com and simply add the $15 raffle item to the cart and checkout
Make a direct donation and email us with proof
We would like to encourage everyone to also contact their state and federal representatives to express your support for access to reproductive healthcare including abortion.
The raffle closes Thursday September 8th, with a winner being chosen the next day.
2 degree upsweep
787mm wide with a 210mm grip area (can be cut to 758mm with a 185mm grip area)
22.2mm stem clamp (includes shims for 31.8 or 25.4 if needed)
See more at DOOM.
A few months ago, Lachlan Morton traveled to Colombia to see the impact the bikes funded by Alt Tour donations to World Bicycle Relief have in Colombia. What started off as a ride around France grew into something much bigger: the ability for thousands of young girls to access education. Thanks to World Bicycle Relief and the £515,567 in donations, the impact of the Alt Tour will be felt for generations to come.
Tristan Bogaard has released a new route in Kyrgyzstan, which he’s featured in his latest video. See his full collection at Komoot.
Speaking of Kyrgyzstan, Perdons les pédales takes us along with him on his solo trip…
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
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