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“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”
Frank Herbert’s Dune carries a lot of weight over here. This classic SciFi novel features the Litany Against Fear, a Bene Gesserit mantra used to overcome self-doubt. This parallels with cycling, as we face challenges every day on the bike.
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Mash has new top caps in stock and these three get my top pick, for completely personal reasons. Who can say no to pizza, sacred symbols or great German glass? Swoop up at Mash.
You guys totally beat me to the ouroboros punch!
Los Angeles’ Golden Saddle Cyclery always kills it in the product department. They’ve just re-stocked some classics and brought in some new products. The Sean Talkington-designed DeFeet socks and Geoff McFetridge-designed shirt are my favorite and if you’re lacking on stem caps, they’ve got the full color spectrum to match your Paul or Chris King products.
Head over to Golden Saddle Cyclery to see what’s currently available.
I can’t keep these in stock and as it seems, after each batch of 100 sells out, I get dozens of emails, so here ya go, another re-up of the Radavist Raidō Rune Top Caps. In the Elder Fuþark, a rune’s orientation effects its intended power. That goes for Raidō as well. Inverted, mirrored, off-axis all have consequences. Which orientation do you run yours?
Good news for Japanese readers. You can now buy the Radavist top caps from Blue Lug direct. They’ve got a good amount in stock in both black and purple, so head over to pick some up.
This image is rad on so many levels. I’m thankful for two things: shops like GSC and my parents for giving me all their Dead albums to listen to when I was a kid. Unfortunately, these top caps aren’t available online, you’ll have to head to Golden Saddle Cyclery to score one.