Video Roundup: Canvas, Atmospheric River Rats 2.0, Tooling Around with Pat, Ride to Ski, and Evasion Bike Check


Video Roundup: Canvas, Atmospheric River Rats 2.0, Tooling Around with Pat, Ride to Ski, and Evasion Bike Check

Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…



Canvas: A Self Shot Film By Louis Citadelle

7Mesh presents: meet Louis Citadelle. Some could say he likes to do things the hard way.

Hailing from the mountain hub that is Morzine, Louis spends a lot of his time on the world cup circuit documenting professional race teams. When not filming Louis can usually be found hike-a-biking through the alpine and surfing through top notch loam.

But for the last few years Louis has been combining his passions once a year to create something quite special. Sit back, relax and watch CANVAS. An entirely self shot edit, filmed around Morzine, Chamonix and Samoens.



Mountain Biking in Bellingham – Atmospheric River Rats 2.0 – FULL FILM

After a long and arduous dust season the rain has finally returned. Atmospheric River Rats 2 is here now featuring unprecedented levels of community. We hope you enjoy and we couldn’t have done it without you. Confused? Decode some of the inside jokes and lore by checking out last year’s movie.



Tooling Around with Pat: The Formidable Femco HL-25

Patrick from Paul Component Engineering explains how they use a bar-fed Femco lathe to make bicycle components. He’s a 100% Machinist NERD!



Ride to Ski – Bikepacking and Skiing Adventure Through the Dolomites

Bikepacking and skiing/snowboarding isn’t something that usually goes hand-in-hand but Henna Palosaari, Malva Björkman and Sami Sauri challenged this notion. “Ride to Ski” film documents their 9-day, 426-kilometer journey through the Dolomites, done solely by bike. Adventure full of sweat, laughter, camaraderie, skiing, snowboarding, ice and snow.



Evasion Bike Check

Heaps Good Garage, Crust Bikes‘ Australia HQ of bikes (and pies) pulled together a bike check on a recent Evasion build…



Rad Bazaar Finds

We love seeing the support for our Rad Bazaar, a service we host for Group Ride members. For now, you can read all about how to sign up for the Group Ride and Rad Bazaar here.

Wildwood Seal Tooth L/XL Frame w/ Chris King & DPX2 $2350

(Frame/shock/headset only) Built in Nanaimo, BC. Freshly repainted and unridden black chrome from Prismatic. Just had a complete rebuild from the frame builder, Jesse, with fresh bearings all around. Second pic is the frame package being offered for $2350 USD/$3150 CAD obo. Buyer covers shipping and PayPal fees if applicable.

Monē Triplane fork $590

Monē triplane fork- the most elevated of bicycle art is available for your 44mm headtube rigid bike project. Heavy and serious – the only thing left after the destruction of mankind will be cockroaches and Monē triplane forks. Word.
Axle to crown – 50cm
Steerer length- 21cm

1980s Zullo SL $1100

Allan Wanta did a great job repainting this old Zullo that had seen better days. It was built up with an odd assortment of parts that manage to work very nicely together. The ride and handling are typically Italian. It hasn’t done many miles since it was refinished, and I honestly cannot find a blemish! Of course, it’s still a used bike and not perfect. Highlights include the Mavic derailleurs and carbon brakes. The saddle and pedals are not included but are available upon request. Buyer pays shipping. It’s clean and begging to be ridden.

Rare 1994 Jeremy Sycip Vintage Mountain Bike Frame #47 Made $500

Estimated 1994 sycip, by Jeremy he guessed. SN SC047, earliest I’ve seen using the segmented rear design. This is the 47th bike made by Jeremy since he opened shop in 1992.




Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

Illustration by @louise_philipovitch

Autumn and winter bikerafting never looked so nice!

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