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REMINDER: TODAY! (11/30) is Your Last Chance to Sign Up for Your Chance to Win Paul Klampers for November’s Group Ride Giveaway!

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REMINDER: TODAY! (11/30) is Your Last Chance to Sign Up for Your Chance to Win Paul Klampers for November’s Group Ride Giveaway!

Join our Group Ride subscription plan by TODAY and be entered for a chance to win a complete PAUL Component Engineering Klamper disc brake set! This is open to Group Ride members, worldwide!

We’re stoked to offer up some of the best disc brakes in the world for our Group Ride subscribers. Our good friends at PAUL have offered up any set of Klampers, in any available finish, plus a set of brake levers. Add some bling to your current flat bar (or drop bar) bike or build a new bike around these lovely brakes.

Check this post out for all the information on how to join Group Ride for $6.66/month or $69.69/year.
SIGN UP HERE.

October’s Group Ride Giveaway–from ORNOT–was Owen from Duluth! Congrats, Owen!

22.2 Ain’t Dead! A Look at the Paul Component Engineering 22.2 Boxcar 6-Bolt Face Stem

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22.2 Ain’t Dead! A Look at the Paul Component Engineering 22.2 Boxcar 6-Bolt Face Stem

⌀22.2mm or 7/8″ bars were all they had back during the genesis of the almighty MOUNTAINBIKE. Riders would take the entire cockpit off their dirtbikes and flat track racers: Magura L363.20 bars, Magura brake/clutch levers, and even Magura grips, mounting them to SR or Cinelli quill stems. A lot has changed since the late 1970s but one thing remains: people love these small-diameter clamp bars for their mountain cruisers, klunkers, hardtails, and rigid MTBs. You know, the bikes that get ridden super hard!

Paul Component Engineering offers their normal Boxcar stem in a ⌀22.2mm clamp, but today they announced a 6-bolt faceplate Boxcar Limited stem ($147.50 – $166.50).

John got his hands on one before the drop and has some photos and thoughts below…

The Tale of the Humongous Rock Lobster

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The Tale of the Humongous Rock Lobster

This is the story of a perpetually unfinished project, but also of a really cool bike that’s taken me a lot of great places – and how it came to me is its own unlikely story. The fact that a custom Rock Lobster built for someone else has been the best fitting bike I’ve ever owned is pure coincidence, particularly as I would learn that it didn’t quite fit the original owner as they had hoped. Settle in for the Tale of the Humongous Rock Lobster.

2023 MADE Bike Show Coverage Part 6: Digit, Framework, Monē, Moots, Page Street, PAUL, Scarab, Scharen, Sycip, and Watts

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2023 MADE Bike Show Coverage Part 6: Digit, Framework, Monē, Moots, Page Street, PAUL, Scarab, Scharen, Sycip, and Watts

We’re here in Portland, covering the 2023 MADE Bike Show, looking for bikes that we thought you, the readers of The Radavist would appreciate. Josh and John have been scouring the halls of the show for bikes to document, and we’ve got Part 6 of our coverage for you to enjoy…

Thanks to 1-Up USA for sponsoring our continued 2023 MADE Bike Show coverage!

2023 MADE Bike Show: Sklar and Roly Poly Bean Bike Presented by Brooks England

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2023 MADE Bike Show: Sklar and Roly Poly Bean Bike Presented by Brooks England

We’re in Portland for MADE Bike and are kicking off our coverage with a special project between Sklar Bikes, Roly Poly Coffee, and Brooks England: The Bean Bike! Keep scrolling for a detailed look at this clever mixed-wheel cargo bike designed for transporting coffee and other goods around town!

Thanks to 1-Up USA for sponsoring our continued 2023 MADE Bike Show coverage!

2023 MADE Bike Show: Patrick from PAUL’s SE Lager Mullet Bike

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2023 MADE Bike Show: Patrick from PAUL’s SE Lager Mullet Bike

We’re here at the 2023 MADE Show and will be rolling out unique, custom bikes over the next week. Before we jump into the show bikes, we wanted to showcase Patrick‘s mullet bike. Patrick is a machinist at PAUL Component Engineering and he brought his SE Lager out to Portland to pedal around the Rose City while the show is going on. John caught Patrick, fresh out of bed this morning, pre-coffee and all to document this illustrious machine of beausage and beautiful PAUL Parts, so let’s check it out below.

Thanks to 1-Up USA for sponsoring our continued 2023 MADE Bike Show coverage!