Radar Roundup: Ti Fargo Returns, Outlands Shoes, Hutchinson 50mm Gravel Tires, Bivo x 1%, Phil Wood Bar Tape, Earth + Kin Mule, and Riv Rides Marshall Canyon


Radar Roundup: Ti Fargo Returns, Outlands Shoes, Hutchinson 50mm Gravel Tires, Bivo x 1%, Phil Wood Bar Tape, Earth + Kin Mule, and Riv Rides Marshall Canyon

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

Titanium Fargo is Back $3,349

The premium Titanium version of our Fargo frameset features a 3/2.5 seamless tubeset, split-able Alternator v1.5 dropouts, and our feature-rich Firestarter 110 Deluxe fork. Fargo Ti brings the amazing ride quality of titanium to the mixed surface, bikepacking world of the Fargo.

Roll on over to your local Salsa dealer to order.

Cafe Du Cycliste Outlands Gravel Shoes $390

These Outlands Gravel Shoes marry premium materials with ergonomic engineering for maximum performance and style in the wild. Utilizing CdC’s unique style, these shoes look like a mix of hiking and cycling shoes, with metal lace loops, a gumsole, red and tan laces, and a cream leather upper.


  • 3K race-grade carbon sole
  • SOLESTAR™ insole
  • Custom rubber outsole with SUPtraction
  • Flexible Leather upper
  • Durable and flexible laces

See more at Cafe du Cycliste.

Hutchinson Announces Complete Range Of 50mm Gravel Tires

Hutchinson’s complete range of gravel tires is now available in 700 x 50mm versions for the first time. The larger size is available across Hutchinson’s entire gravel range and is well-suited to the increasingly popular field of gravel riding.

Crafted in the pursuit of increased comfort and unparalleled versatility, the larger size is now available across Hutchinson’s entire gravel range, without compromising on tried and tested performance and technology. The TundraTouareg, and Overide tires are now available in 50mm versions, with the same bi-compound technology and Hardskin protection as the smaller sizes.

See the entire lineup at Hutchinson.

Bivo and Veloccio for 1% for the Planet $34

Bivo came together with cycling apparel brand Velocio to design a bottle dedicated to 1% for the Planet and will be sending ALL profits from this bottle will go to 1% for the Planet. These metal cycling bottles fit in traditional bottle cages and feature a special valve that allows you to drink from them by lifting them up, without having to squeeze.


  • All profits go to 1% for the Planet!
  • Single-wall non-insulated (why?)
  • Patent pending high-flow sport nozzle
  • LFGB compliant food-grade silicone components
  • 100% recyclable stainless steel
  • BPA/BPS/BPF and phthalates free components
  • Lid is interchangeable with Bivo Duo
  • 21 oz capacity / 158 g dry weight / 8.38″ height

See more at Bivo.

Phil Wood Script Logo Bar Tape $40

This handlebar tape is made with perforated microfiber with a leather-like feel and silicone gel backing. The tape has a length of 200 cm, with a width of 30mm, and is 3mm thick. You can choose between two different prints: our classic red or stealth black.

Roll on over to Phil Wood to pick up a pair of handlebar tape rolls.

Earth + Kin MULE Bike Tow Bar $249

The MULE is a few things in one. It’s a bike trailer, built with fat tires and a stout construction. It’s also a hand cart for outdoor outings and you can plug it into a 2″ tow hitch utilizing E+K’s trademarked Pull-Tow-Hitch Tech. Then to mount it to your bike, it uses what E+K call Dual-Axle™ Technology.

The MULE is designed to haul your gear wherever you need to go effortlessly. Then when you’re done, it folds up and can be stored flat either on a wall or tucked away in your garage. Trailbuilding, towing a cooler, or camping even, the MULE is meant to haul a load.

Check out more of this unique trailer at Earth + Kin.




Marshall Canyon Trail ON BEACH CRUISERS?!?!?!

Noody By Nature and a few friends take off to Marshall Canyon Trail on a pair of Rivendell Susie Longbolts/Wolbis Slugstones and a Falconer.


Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

Illustration via @miantiaoer

Phil and Paul; a mashup!

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