Bombtrack, makers of bicycles for travel, teamed up with Columbia Sportswear, makers of outdoor apparel on these new Rover and Wanderlust Travelshirts for men and women. You can watch the Wanderlust video here and see all the information on these new shirts at Bombtrack.
When Rivendell posted this graphic the other day on their Instagram, all I could think is how great of a graphic it is and how we can all use a little hope. Today, Rivendell announced these new shirts… and there’s a good cause driving their sales:
“Seven dollars from each shirt go to a local POC who works in a grocery store and whose dream is to get a down payment on a house so he and five family members can live there. I believe in him, I’ve given him a decent amount myself, it’s not a con, but it’s not the kind of thing you can write off on your taxes, and he has no idea anything is coming. We’ll match your $7, so—you get a groovy Peace Wheel Shirt and he gets $14. That will put him over the top two years sooner than he’d be able to working alone. We’ll report if it works. Yes, a crazy idea, but by modern T-shirt standards this is more than a $25 shirt, anyway, so it’s no like you’re paying more for it just because it helps this person.”
A good cause and a great design goes a long way. If you can, show your support and scoop one of these shirts at the Rivendell webshop.
Our friends at Radical Adventure Riders released their fundraising Shred t-shirts, with all proceeds going back to RAR’s community efforts. Head on over to RAR’s webshop to pick one up.
This has been a long time coming. We’ve been waiting on all of our Winter Drop products to trickle in from various suppliers and we’ve finally got enough to release them in time for the holidays. Fresh in stock are three new bottle designs, a new Nalgene design, four long-sleeve tees, and two sock designs, all ready to ship to you today.
We’re particularly proud of our collaboration with artist Evan Weselmann on the “Desert Trip” graphic.
While this should be no problem to get domestic orders to you by X-mas, it might take a bit for international orders, thus we cannot guarantee delivery by the holidays for international orders.
Head on over to the Radavist Webshop to order.
While we’re working on our winter drop, our friends at Circles just stocked some special edition JP-only Radavist pocket tees. There’s a great little post at the Circles Blog showing the process at Daisey Print Works. Check out the colors and designs at Circles’ Web Shop.
This is a great shirt design with a great cause!
The Good Trouble Cycling Club tee pays tribute to the badass cyclist-protestors who have been rallying together to organize and protect protestors on-foot during the Black Lives Matter movement. They ride day-in and day-out to protect their communities, educate others about riding while putting themselves in harm’s way to combat hate, ignorance, injustice, and evil.
They incite GOOD TROUBLE. They fight back.
We created this shirt in collaboration with Santa Barbara artist-ace DJ Javier.
40% of the profits from this shirt will be donated to the Sarah Pitts Memorial Bike Collective – A workshop that encourages diversity within the cycling community and seeks to empower poc, women and the LGBTQ communities through education classes and subsidized bikes for those in need.
Printed on 100% Cotton USA Made Bayside Blanks.
Please allow 2 weeks to ship.
Remember the Underground Railroad ride and video project? Well, in order to raise awareness and funds for the project, the team is selling three shirt designs. Two long-sleeves, one white, one black, and a short-sleeve heather grey. The back of the shirts have each city the ride will pass through. Delivery on these shirts is 4-6 weeks so if you’d like to support this project, you can purchase one now. Head to Underground Railroad for more.
We’re all about adaptive re-use over here and love vintage Wrangler shirts for riding but at the same time we can’t deny that modern fabrics might have an edge over those vintage poly blend shirts. The Club Ride drop this year features the best of both worlds with designs inspired by old Western shirts, made from fabric with four-way stretch built in, as well as UPF 50 protection. These shirts are a 85% Poly / 15% Spandex blend, offering comfort and stretch and the best part is you don’t have to cover your arms with sunblock each ride. I just wish this Gracie shirt (women’s) came in the same design as a men’s but the New West model ain’t bad either. See the entire 2020 drop at Club Ride.
Our summer drop shirts sold out in only a few hours and the same for a few of our sock designs. For that, we can’t thank you enough, so we decided to restock those products plus a lot more. In lieu of the black Eternal Jackal shirt, we chose a Cobalt blue shirt with a bone-white natural ink. The Chamisa and tan Shred Lightly shirt designs are also back in stock.
We also restocked our Nalgene bottles and a few other cycling bottle designs, including the OGOD Radavist shorties, Golden Sunrise Roadrunner, and Big Deserted bottles. Everything is in stock now and shipping this week in our new eco-friendly packaging materials from EcoEnclose.
From everyone involved with the Radavist, we thank you.
With warmer months on the way, it’ll soon be time to leave the jacket at home and confidently roll out your door with a short sleeve tee shirt on. For those looking for a more casual look on the trail this year, check out ORNOT’s Short Sleeve Trail Shirt, made from Polartec Power Dry Fabric, in this new coyote color. Now, before you huff and puff about a $50 shirt, know that these shirts are made from Polartec’s nicest fabric that features a material called X-static that keeps your clothes smelling fresh even after a few rides. I’ve been riding in it this week and am very impressed. That’s coming from someone who only wears merino wool shirts, year-round. This shirt will be in heavy rotation this year!
This ain’t your normal synthetic fabric that stinks to high heaven after just a short pedal. These shirts are sewn in San Francisco and are in stock now at ORNOT.
Tenspeed Hero has launched its new Resort line for Spring 2020, including a plethora of beautiful designs, socks, jerseys, sweatshirts, caps, bibs, and more waiting for your browsings. Head over to Tenspeed Hero to check out this great-looking launch!
We’re inspired by what we see on our rides in Southern California and the Southwest in general! One of the joys of riding in the summer is catching glimpses of a local species of horned lizard, the Blainville’s Horned Lizard – Phrynosoma blainvillii. They’ll be laying all over the trails around 3,000′ in elevation all summer long soaking up the sun’s rays. These little critters inspired our new pins, a long sleeve tee, and bottles. Then for good measure, we re-stocked our Radavist Jackal long sleeve t-shirts. Both shirts are printed with eco-friendly discharge ink this time. After a wash or two, you won’t even feel anything on the printed logos, resulting in the softest feeling shirt you’ll own.
All four of these are in stock now at our webshop:
–Jackal Long Sleeve T-Shirt Classic Script with Discharge Print
–Horned Lizard Long Sleeve T-Shirt Classic Script with Discharge Print
–Horned Lizard Radavist Pin
–Horned Lizard Shred Lightly Bottles
After our first run flew off the shelves, we placed another order of the tan and black Shred Lightly pocket tees. We also added an order of our classic Radavist iconography on a made in the USA Bayside heather olive t-shirt. This order was printed in Austin, Texas by Industry Print Shop. For this run, we switched up the orange ink for New Mexico gold on the tan shirts. Head to the webshop to order.
Sizing in Inches:
Chest S: 18 M: 20 L: 22 XL: 24 XXL:26
Please note, the small in this shirt is SMALL. It’s exactly 18″ from pit to pit. Please measure your shirt and confirm sizing!
It’s been a long time in the making and after much consideration, we’re adopting a new slogan for this website. In an attempt to describe the kind of riding we enjoy and cover here on the Radavist, we’ll be using “Shred Lightly™” on our products and insignia. Don’t worry, the Radavist Jackal and other LAND branding aren’t going anywhere. ;-) With this new slogan, we wanted to launch a product pack, inspired by the southwest iconography, lore, and symbolism, featuring the Greater Road Runner (Geococcyx californianus) and the Spanish Bayonet Yucca bloom (Hesperoyucca whipplei).
Many thanks to Steve Bretson, Cari Carmean, and Bobby Dixon for their typography work on these products. The Golden Sunrise bottles, Black Nocturnal bottles, Reminder stem caps, black pocket t-shirts, and tan pocket t-shirts are all made in the USA, and in-stock now at the Radavist Web Shop. We’ve got more products on the way this summer and fall. For now, check out some more product photos below!
ORNOT knows not everyone wants to kit up for every bike ride and their latest launch reflects that with a whole catalog of technical tees, sweatshirts, and shorts. Their Merino Sweatshirt utilizes Polartec Power Wool, their Tech Tees use Drirelease fabrics, which dry four times faster than cotton, and their Mission Shorts are constructed to give you plenty of movement while on and off the bike. See the whole impressive, made in San Francisco lineup at ORNOT.
Richard Sachs first uttered this phrase in 2012 and ever since he’s been mulling it over in his mind. Drawn in MS Paint and unedited, its now made its way onto a cotton t-shirt, which is for sale now in his web shop.
Inspired by the great Ed “Big Daddy” Roth, artist Gerald Bowles created this graphic and it felt like such a great image for the Radavist, so we pinged our friends at FUN to print the design on a black Bayside, Made in the USA pocket t-shirt, and a “big gulp” Purist bottle. We’re selling these shirts paired with a set of bottles for $50 plus shipping. For those who don’t want a shirt, we’ll have some loose bottles we’ll put up after this package ships, so please be patient.
SORRY SOLD OUT!
Please note: International Shipping is expensive since this package exceeds the First Class limit of 15.9oz. We’re taking a hit on the shipping cost even at $25 for International Packages, so thanks for understanding. :-)
Howdy Coyote is here to remind you to be nice and say ‘howdy’ on the trail. Although, if you catch an ol’ timer out there, they might stop you for a conversation, because back in the day, ‘howdy’ was a question; a shortened form of “how do you do?” and still to this day, to some that’s an open invitation for a dialog. Hell, we could use a little more face to face time with our fellow humans these days, especially out on the trails, where like-minded souls flee to in an attempt to escape the day to day grind of city livin’. So do like Howdy Coyote and make sure to say hello.
These Kyler Martz-designed t-shirts are made from American Apparel pocket t-shirts and printed by FUN Artists in Los Angeles. They’re $25 shipped to the USA and $40 shipped worldwide.
Swoop up now while they’re in stock below. SORRY SOLD OUT!