I’m not sure how many of you wear full-face protection when you ride a MTB and maybe this video and product isn’t really for the Radavist but man, this is such a great product video. The Mainline is a new paradigm in protection from Smith, featuring a refined fit, lightweight construction, ventilation, and extra protection. Head to Smith to see more on the Mainline.
William Cadham and his friends rode from Whistler to Yellowknife, which equals to about ~1600 miles with 69,000′ of climbing in 11 days to raise money for a mountain bike skills park in Yellowknife. This was the first time William had ever ridden a road bike, and the longest ride any of these mountain bikers had ever done.
SMITH just released the film on their Youtube channel and we are keen to try and leverage this opportunity to push us over our 10K(CAD) fundraising goal.
In what looks like a wardrobe selection from a cycling-themed episode of Saved by the Bell, Smith just dropped a fun and playful pack, inspired by 1980s graphics. The “Wild” pack is part safari, part party, and all serious protection. With an entire road kit, bottles, goggles, sunglasses, storage kegs, and mountain helmet, the “Wild” kit has got to be the loudest on the market right now. Check it out at Smith.
Smith just launched their new limited helmet color for 2020, dubbed Mystic Green. The color is available across their entire helmet collection, not just the high-end models. That includes the $160 Network road and $160 Session MTB (pictured), all the way to the $250 Trace road and $250 Forefront 2 MTB helmets. Head to Smith to see more specs and information and your local dealer for ordering.
Our good friends at LAND, the design duo who branded the Radavist, have teamed up with Smith to infuse the Maze Bike helmet with their artwork. It’s a classic example of ‘less is more’ when it comes to collaborations. The helmet has a matte tan base and is then overlaid with the LAND jaguar design. I wish this came in a road or mountain design because it’s one of my favorite illustrations of theirs. See more of LAND’s work at their Instagram and check out the Maze Bike helmet at Smith.
Anyone have a better shot of the artwork?
Two new, sub-$200 MIPS helmets have just landed in the Smith lineup. The Route road and Rover mountain helmets are designed with the everyday rider in mind, while not compromising in terms of looks or functionality. Check out the new product video above and see more information at Smith.