HED Cycling’s Emporia gravel wheels just got a classic makeover. These wheels come chromed-out, weigh 1,535g for the wheelset and features the same 25mm internal width as the Emporia GA Pro. The wheelset is only being produced in a limited quantity and will be available starting this today, so if you’re building up an all-silver groupset bike and have been looking for the perfect wheels, head on over to HED to see the juicy detials.
San Jose-based BullMoose Softgoods have just recently launched and amid the bar bags and other accessories is their BFP, or Basic Fanny Pack, which they jokingly refer to as part of the ‘Reverse Marsupial’ movement. Jokes aside, these minimal packs have a holster for your extra water bottle, have two compartments, use waterproof construction, use a deployable cargo sling for additional storage, have a sunglass loop. The size of the BFP is 10” Wide x 5.5” Tall x 3.5” Deep and its belt is adjustable from 28” – 40”. If you would like the strap size to be larger/smaller than this range, please tell them in a note at check out.
See more from BullMoose at their webshop!
Search and State rings in the new year with two new colors of their popular brushed flannel. These shirts are ultra-durable and will last for years. Details include a 2-ply shaped split-back yoke, forward shoulder, front chest pocket, and sew-through labels.
Durability: Very High
Fabric: 100% Cotton Flannel made in Japan
Fit: True to Size / Athletic
Best For: Everyday Living on or off the bike
Made in: New York City
Available now at Search and State.
A few weeks ago, Porcelain Rocket announced they were selling their bag designs and technology to the Ashville, NC brand Rockgeist. Over the weekend, Porcelain Rocket and Rockgeist posted on their Instagram that they now have two Porcelain Rocket designs for sale, the Nigel bar bag and the Meanwhile Wald Basket Bag. Both of these bags use welded seam technology, resulting in a waterproof portage option from a small company. Head to Rockgeist to see more.
Well, we finally received our last two products for our Winter drop. In stock now are two sizes in our new 44RN MTB chainrings (28,32t) as well as three colors in our new camp hats. All are in stock in the Radavist Webshop and we’ll be shipping all week!
Apologies for the slow-trickle of products over the past few months but as you’re well aware, Covid-19 has caused severe delays in production. Thank you for your continued support.
It’s been a long time coming but our new hats are finally ready to hit the shelves of our webshop tomorrow at 12noon MST. These hats are made in the USA by our friends at LAND who did our branding, feature a super soft, brushed cotton, a brass clamp closure, jackal embroidery, and have a very similar fit to our old hats. The color options are Cottonwood bloom (natural), Yarrow (gold), and Caliche (brown).
These will retail for $45, so a little cheaper than our last hats made by Fairends, who have closed up shop as a result of Covid-19. As always, we’ll be shipping these, worldwide. Thanks for your patience and continued support!
Northern New Mexico is home to a lot of cyclists, so it should come as no surprise that many of these cyclists are also makers. From framebuilders, manufacturers of MTB bars, and yes, bag makers. Down in Albuquerque, a new company just launched. Buckhorn Bags makes custom frame bags, hip bags, and more, using lightweight materials. There isn’t much on them online, so check out their Instagram account for all the tidbits and if you’d like one of their hip bags, Sincere Cycles has some in stock.
Just when you thought technical jorts were the craziest thing to come out of the past few years in apparel, Ripton and Co post up their pet project, the Drift Overalls. These are made from the same stretch fabric as their jorts, in a black acid wash finish, and bright yellow, 1.5″ thick elastic straps. These are made in the USA just like their Jorts and are on pre-order now for $179.
-28% weft stretch double-textured denim
-Duraflex® premium buckles
-1.5 inch extra-thick elastic straps
-Deep VISLON® zippered kangaroo pocket
-Roomy technical mesh pocketing
-A dark acid wash with bold character
See more at Ripton.
We made the decision to drop our Winter launch a few weeks ago, even though we had a few products still out in production. Our hope was to stock both designs of our DeFeet Woolie socks (in Juniper and Sand), our new decals, alongside the new Radavist hats. Well, the socks and decals are stocked but unfortunately, we won’t receive the hats until the new year, so they’ll be stocked in a month. We’re sorry to trickle out new products after many of you already placed orders and we thank you for your patience. This year has been a real struggle to make anything and in the future, we’ll strive to be more on top of it. Thank you!
Our shipping person has been packing orders around the clock to ensure you get them in time for the holidays. We’ll be shipping every day until December 20th, so get your orders in ASAP to ensure delivery.
Let’s just say I didn’t expect any less than greatness from Moots when it came to the Womble, the latest creation from their shop in Steamboat Springs. From previous experiences, I knew how well Moots’ titanium bikes rode and was looking forward to trying out their take on a modern 29er.
A few years back, I put the Baxter 29er through the wringer on the Steamboat to Fort Collins Ramble Ride, and during my project with SRAM in the Inyo Mountains, I pedaled it high up in the Mojave Desert and through Death Valley, across miles of washboard roads.
If I learned anything from those experiences it’s that titanium is the greatest frame material, especially when it’s wielded by the Masters of Metal. I’ve had the Womble 29er for a few months now, throughout the dusty ‘n’ dry end of summer, well into the snow-filled fall, and am finally ready to make my thoughts official, so read on below.
The S1-J riding jacket is an award-winning piece of riding gear from the team at Search and State. These made in NYC jackets are lightweight, durable, sleek, and are rated for four-seasons. The team just restocked the S1-J in a limited edition olive drab, so if you’ve been waiting on one, now’s your time! Head to Search and State for more.
Brooklyn-based Affinity Cycles has something a little different for your tool pouch or saddle roll. These nifty carbon fiber levers were designed by our friend Aaron Panone of AARN, are made in Brooklyn, and retail for $25 for a pair.
-Designed for all tires and rims- carbon or alloy, tubed or tubeless
-Made in the USA (Brooklyn!)
-MSRP $25 /pair
-Available directly via affinitycycles.com.
With the holidays approaching quickly, we’re shipping all week to make sure your order gets delivered before the 25th of December. The demand has been at an all-time high, so thanks for your support but if you’re looking to have your order in time, we suggest placing it sooner than later.
Open 24/7 the Radavist Webshop still has lots of stock!
Alrighty just gonna come out and say it, this Industry Nine carbon wheelset is amazing. Fucking duhhhhh, for $2500 it better be sweet right? Well, yeah, it is. If you’ve read this far and gleamed as much as you need to know about a really expensive wheelset that you (and me honestly) can’t afford, great, look at the cool photos and enjoy.
If you are seriously interested in making this purchase and want to know my thoughts then, please follow me down the rabbit hole…
Who says you can’t do-it-all, or at least most, on drop bars? Industry Nine‘s newest video blends in multiple disciples all on drop bar bikes…
Our friends at Firefly have teamed up with Silca to make a titanium bodied, Silca Pocket Imperio Pump. By switching the construction of the pump from aluminum to titanium, it offered a new palette for Firefly to offer a few of their finishes on. These pumps are made-to-order at Firefly’s shop, come in a high-voltage anodized fade (pictured), a brushed, or blasted finish.
-Fully butted titanium construction
-Premium leather piston gasket and brass check-valve
-Length: 8 in
-120psi maximum pressure
-Finished in Blasted, Brushed or Ultra-high voltage anodized fade
-For presta valves only
-Pumps are all made-to-order. Lead times are 2-3 weeks.
-Retail $220 for brushed/blasted $300 for anodized fade
Head to Firefly to see more.
Forager Cycles has developed a new cable end treatment with their Cable Cherries. Say goodbye to single-use cable crimps that can make on-the-trail repairs a pain. With the Cable Cherries system, these 7mm aluminum spheres use a 1.5mm set screw to crimp your cable.
These patent-pending Cable Cherries come in olive, black, gold, and silver, retail for $16.69, and pre-orders ship December 10th-18th from Washington State. Head to Forager Cycles to pre-order a set today.
We’re always down for made in the USA goodness, especially when it goes to a good cause! Spurcycle just released another limited edition bell, featuring a sapphire-anodized clapper. They’ll be donating $25 from each bell sold to raise money for two community non-profits: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and Bend Bikes. These are in stock now for $69.00 at Spurcucle.