We heard a bit of Justin Williams’ story in “The Issue Is” video and now Rapha gives the 2018-19 US national amateur road and criterium champion some exposure. Check it out above and head to Rapha to read more.
Los Angeles’ Pure Cycles have announced their Adventure line of gravel bikes, including the Adventure model (sold out), the Adventure Pro ($899) and an Adventure Apex build ($1099). These entry-level gravel bikes feature 700c x 650b interchangeability, disc brakes, and a geometry tuned for all-road riding. See more at Pure Cycles.
Versatility and affordability can go hand in hand. With Mission Bicycle’s newest model, the Stinson, they addressed this concern, offering up a disc bike with a slacked out geometry for added comfort on long rides that has sliding dropouts allowing for numerous different drivetrain options – including belt drive – multiple boss locations for bottles and racks, and wheel size interchangeability with 700 x 42mm wheels or 27.5 x 50mm. All these boxes are rarely checked by the bigger brands, so smaller companies like Mission Bicycle are tackling them, via Kickstarter! Head on over to see more details.
I know a lot of you out there are aesthetes and that’s not a bad thing. Having clean cable routing and elegant lines is just as important to many people as the functionality of the bike itself. Well, what do you think about this new MAGURA Cockpit Integration?
Already into Episode 32 of documenting his journey bikepacking from Alaska to Argentina and around the world, Iohan Gueorguiev shares a rather intimate look at Chile, from the mountains to the coast. Watch the rest of Iohan’s episodes at his Youtube Channel.
Education First Pro Cycling takes on the Dirty Kanza with a trio of the team’s WorldTour pros deciding to swap the pain cave tarmac for dusty, dirty roads. Best of all, they invited us along for the ride!
I’ve never seen anything like this in the cycling industry. Clif Bar, you’re lookin’ good!
We looked at Lael’s bike and kit for the 2019 TDR on Friday and with our gallery presentations underway today, we thought this video showcasing her gear would add some more insight into this amazing woman’s ability to pack lighter and ride longer than most!
Holy visuals, Yeti! Well done!
Olly, a professional videographer and mountain bike guide made a video showcasing riding the trails of Torridon, Scotland.
This is the third video the boys at ERTZUI FILM have produced for Germany’s premier wheelbuilder, Light Wolf Studio and if you’re wondering why they spend so much time documenting this talent, well, watch the video! … and if you like this, check out the full-length edit at their Vimeo.
Juliet was one of those smiling faces in Nam and Benedict’s story yesterday. In this video, she walks us through what she brought on that epic Big Sur trip. Head to her site for a more in-depth breakdown on her gear.
… down Guardsman Pass in Utah while it was closed to cars. If you don’t know who Eric Porter is, check out this story we did with him in the birthplace of freeride MTB riding.
Hope makes exceptional products in the UK and in this video, we get a look into how they make their popular handlebars.
“Cruzar” is a short video, documenting Patagonia’s Lake District, Carretera Austral, and Chiloé Island.