Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
The Trail Magic is built with Ornot’s special waterproof yet highly breathable version of Polartec® NeoShell®, while the vest is made with breathable lightweight Polartec® Alpha® Direct. The theme here is breathability, and this is the only jacket in existence that pairs these 2 high-performance fabrics together for comfort and flexible waterproof protection. This jacket will take any adventure you can throw at it.
See more at Ornot.
At $140, the steel version of Steve Potts’ classic Siskiyou Bar is a lot more obtainable than his titanium, made in house bars which retail for $415. Steve announced last year that he’d be producing his Type II fork in Taiwan and various bars by Nitto in Japan to offer a lower pricepoint for his customers. Now available, the steel Siskiyou Bar is in stock at various online retailers, like Angry Catfish.
• Satin nickel finish or Black
• Width: 760mm c-c
• Backsweep/Grip angle: 30°
• Reach of horns: 80mm
• Reachback: 72mm
• Center: 25.4mm or 31.8mm
• Weight: 820g (25.4mm),
• 750g (31.8mm)
At the “Rock Cobbler” gravel race in California this weekend, a roaming bull met a cyclist on the course. It didn’t go well…
Do you run tough casing tires, lower pressures, tire inserts, or beans to keep pinch flats at bay?
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @johnprolly
John has been down in Southern Arizona trying to put in miles before the Ruta Del Jefe in March. He spent the day with the event’s organizer, Sarah Swallow, documenting some of the many routes Sarah has documented in the San Rafael Valley and beyond. Follow Sarah on Ride With GPS to see more…
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