Radar Roundup: Turkey and Syria Earthquake Fundraiser, Stribe Juno Gravel and Hubble Hardtail, Magic Components Worm Bar, Locked Components Journey 29er Fork, Yokozuna No-Crimp Cable Ends, Camp Yoshi, and Fuego


Radar Roundup: Turkey and Syria Earthquake Fundraiser, Stribe Juno Gravel and Hubble Hardtail, Magic Components Worm Bar, Locked Components Journey 29er Fork, Yokozuna No-Crimp Cable Ends, Camp Yoshi, and Fuego

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

Rene Herse Turkey and Syria Earthquake Fundraiser

Jan and crew at Rene Herse are raising money for Turkey and Syria with a fundraiser:

“Today and tomorrow (Thursday and Friday, Feb. 9-10, 2023), we are donating the entire cost of Bicycle Quarterly subscriptions and renewals to help victims of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria. We’ve all been shocked and saddened by the terrible news and the incredible suffering.”

Roll on over to Rene Herse to see more and to read about why Jan is so drawn to the region.

Stribe Cycles Juno Gravel and Hubble Hardtail Frames

Oslo, Norway-based Stribe Cycles just launched a new website and have stock of its two frame models, the Juno Gravel and Hubble Hardtail frames.

Juno was originally designed as a race bike before it evolved into a rig capable of taking on gravel, double track, and paved roads. Juno is capable of 40c tires with 50mm mudguards. The geometry of the Juno is more upright than a traditional road bike, which enables you to spend long days in the saddle.

The Hubble hits the sweet spot of modern trail geometry early on, making it capable of everything from shredding downhill to touring in the backcountry. It is optimized for either 27.5″ wheels with 2.8″ tires or a 29″ with up to 2.4″ wide rubber – both options with the proper clearance for knobs or mud. Run the Hubble with a 120mm suspension to hit a 66.6º head angle. You can also run it with a rigid fork or overfork it with a 150mm fork.

See the two models in detail at Stribe.

Magic Components Worm Bar $90

Throw your leg around a 90s mountain bike and you’ll quickly be dropped into an aggressive racing riding position. Magic Components has an option to overcome that with its Worm Bars, available in black or silver, in a popular 25.4mm clamp spec, and a lot of rise. These bars will get you in a more upright riding position, the way a commuter-converted vintage mountain bike should be ridden.


  • Material: Heat-treated 4130 chromoly
  • Clamp: 25.4mm
  • Width: 780mm
  • Rise: 85mm
  • Back sweep: 25°
  • Up sweep: 5°
  • Made in Taiwan

See more at Magic Components.

Locked Components Journey 29er Ti Fork with Cargo Bosses €399

A new 2023 product for Locked Components is this rigid 29er fork. They are designed to be the prefect companion for your rigid mountain bike or touring escapades. Uniquely customizable to suit your geometry, plus you can specify your braze-on requirements to perfectly position your bags and racks. I.e. make it suit your own specs!


  • Weight: 990g with 250mm steerer
  • Axle to Crown*: 490mm
  • Steerer: Straight with tapered compatible 1.5″ lower crown race
  • Offset*: 52mm
  • Axle*: 15mm x 110mm
  • Brake*: Post mount 160mm rotor
  • Finish*: Polished
  • Max Tyre: 29×2.6 (some brand’s larger tires may fit)
  • Braze-ons*: Customized to your requirements
  • Max weight fork rack: 6kgs
  • Warranty: 2 years


Head over to Locked Components to read more about its customization process.

Yokozuna Non-Crimp Cable Ends $7.95

While we love the Forager Cycles Cable Cherries, it’s nice to see more companies be mindful of unnecessary waste. Yokozuna just announced a new, non-crimp cable end that slides over a bare cable and then a threaded end twists over, locking the cable ends in place and creating a secure union. These are cheap, at $7.95 each, and come in a variety of colors for brake or shifter cables. Order from your local dealers and see more at Yokozuna.




Camp Yoshi is Changing the Future of the Outdoors

Meet brothers Ron and Rashad Frazier, founders of Camp Yoshi—a collective working to make the outdoors more inclusive through trips into the remote wilderness. Chris and Charles sit down with the brothers to learn about the origins of Camp Yoshi, hear about their childhood in North Carolina, and talk about what the future of the outdoors should look like.


FUEGO – Kilian Bron

Kilian Bron and his team are back with a new visual spectacle! From Guatemala to Peru via Bolivia, for two months the dream team scoured the most beautiful spots to make amazing memories and bring back breathtaking images.


Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

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