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Introducing the Revel Rover Gravel Bike

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Introducing the Revel Rover Gravel Bike

We got a sneak peek at Revel’s new Rover Gravel Bike when we were in Carbondale earlier this year and today, the brand launched this capable gravel platform with a series of build options – starting at $2400 for a frame+fork – and in two colors.

The Rover fits in nicely with Revel’s sibling company Why Cycles who offers up titanium gravel bikes a go-go and fills the void for those wanting a carbon chassis Revel is known for.

Specs:
-700c X 50mm tire clearance
-Chainring clearance up to 46T
-5 sizes from Small-XXL
-Our two most popular Revel colors Mint and T-1000
-Threaded bottom bracket
-Our custom fork, painted to match
-Headset, seat collar, front and rear axles included with frameset.
-Universal Derailleur Hanger (UDH)
-Lifetime warranty
-Complete bikes available with Shimano GRX and SRAM group sets
-Available to ship 2/15/22
-MSRP – Frameset: $2400 Complete builds: $3999 for SRAM Rival kit/ $4600 for GRX/$8199 for SRAM Red AXS

2021 Philly Bike Expo: Amigo Frameworks Bug Out Gravel Bike

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2021 Philly Bike Expo: Amigo Frameworks Bug Out Gravel Bike

Zach Small’s Amigo Frameworks in Nashville, TN recently announced a preorder for the new uber-adaptable Bug Out gravel bike. Featuring the ability to run one speed or twelve, flat bars or drops, adjustable headtube angle, modifiable wheelbase, and room for up to 700 x 50c tires, the Bug Out is designed to handle pretty much anything thrown at it. Zach had one built-up and on display at this year’s Philly Bike Expo where we were able to take an up-close and detailed look.

2021 Philly Bike Expo: People’s Choice Winner Jacqueline Mautner Untitled Cycles

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2021 Philly Bike Expo: People’s Choice Winner Jacqueline Mautner Untitled Cycles

2021 brought about the return of the Philly Bike Expo after a year-long hiatus due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. We’ve got a lot of coverage on the way sporadically, thanks to Jarrod Bunk of Hope Cyclery but we really want to share the People’s Choice Winner: Jaqueline Mautner from Untitled Cycles‘ Sophie Taeuber-Arp homage gravel bike with SRAM AXS EXPLR, so read on below for a synopsis of this project by Jacqueline Mautner and plenty of beautiful compositions by Jarrod!

From The Pro’s Closet: You Can Own This Mash Santa Cruz Stigmata

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From The Pro’s Closet: You Can Own This Mash Santa Cruz Stigmata

From time to time, we’ll be sharing some bikes that come into The Pro’s Closet stock that are 100% aligned with the readership at The Radavist. MASH is an iconic brand that was one of the first to mesh design, photography, and products quite well, and this MASH edition Stigmata is an embodiment of the brand’s efforts to create limited-edition goods that you can use. That means race, thrash, crash, and put through the wringer. We absolutely love the Stigmata and when Mike and the team at MASH released these bikes back in 2016, they were all the rage.

The Pro’s Closet has this 56cm complete bike bike, as shown, in stock and ready for bell laps – and gravel rides – today for $4,599.99.

Ignite’s New Made in the USA CNC Catalyst and Inferno Cranks

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Ignite’s New Made in the USA CNC Catalyst and Inferno Cranks

Ignite Components designs, tests, and manufacturers its cranks in-house here in the USA. Allamuchy, New Jersey to be exact. At this year’s Philly Bike Expo Ignite unveiled its two crank models: Catalyst MTB cranks (pictured) and Inferno Road cranks. These cranks are CNC’d in house and come in 155-175mm lengths, a plethora of custom anodizing or cerakote color options, and have a lifetime warranty. The Catalyst mountain cranks are shipping now and the Inferno road cranks are currently available as a pre-order. Head to Ignite Components for more!

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Full Circle: True Nature Series

Joel Fuller, photographer, artist, and endurance athlete, is addicted to the energy of nature – both sides. Joel believes that being outside and pushing yourself is a pure expression of freedom, but also understands how the isolated power of being alone in nature feeds creativity. Join Joel and two friends as they give it their all biking through Endangered Old-Growth Forests in BC and discuss why the environment needs to be cared for and protected.

Mission Workshop: New Toro Handlebar Bag is Made in the USA

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Mission Workshop: New Toro Handlebar Bag is Made in the USA

Mission Workshop has an extensive catalog of apparel and packs and today it added a cycling bag to its line. The Toro handlebar bag is a small, burrito-style bag that fits compactly on your bike, regardless of the cockpit. These made in the USA bags have Mission Workshop’s design DNA as they come in a broad range of UX and standard fabrics and colors.

Specs:
Universal fit for any handlebar and stem combo
Frame sheet stiffener maintains structure and shape
Super stable / Zero bounce
Suitable for Road, Gravel, MTB, Townie
Weatherproof
Internal Key Clip
YKK Aquaguard Zippers
Hypalon accessory lash points
Subtle laser etched logo treatment
Made in the USA

Retail is $89 and shipping today from Mission Workshop.