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The Lumbar Pack is Here to Stay

If Sea Otter was any indication, lumbar packs will be making a huge comeback this year. Way cooler and more functional than their 80s fanny pack counterparts, lumbar packs are growing in popularity amongst the mountain biking set. I jumped on the lumbar pack bandwagon early when CamelBak came out with theirs a few years back. I wore it to race the Breck Epic and loved it. The key benefit of a waist or lumbar pack is that they keep the weight centered around your hips instead of on your shoulder...


The Last Pair of Sunglasses You May Ever Buy

These sunglasses are tough. Really tough. So much so that the company claims they may be the last pair you ever buy. Made in the USA and backed by a lifetime guarantee, the Revant Sunglasses will not only perform with the best of them but also look cool. To cut down on the number of people buying new sunglasses, Revant Optics first started out making replacement lenses that could be installed into your favorite frames. Over time, the team noticed many other parts of the sunglasses were wearing ...


A Fun Way to Help Fund Backlogged Projects in Our National Parks

It’s no secret that our national park system is burdened by a huge backlog of projects that need funding, advocacy, and support. At the end of 2017, the deferred maintenance sat at $11.6 billion. And in the current political climate, this backlog is not going to get better anytime soon. So what can we do to help In addition to volunteering our time, we can support companies like vintage-inspired California apparel brand Parks Project that directly funds our national parks. Parks Project w...


Ergon SR Sport Gel Women’s Saddle Review

As women’s issues with bike saddles are not openly talked about, I admit that for years, I’ve suffered from saddle sores, bruises, and even raw spots thinking they were just the natural consequence of spending hours and days on my bike. On all of my multi-week bike tours, it got to the point where I could barely sit on my saddle without grimacing in pain, let alone sit in a chair. So when Ergon offered for me to test out their new women’s series saddle line, I jumped at the ch...


A Feature-Packed GPS Bike Computer For Under $200

At Sea Otter this week, Garmin unveiled the new Edge 130 cycling computer. Compact, lightweight, and rugged, this bike computer delivers everything you need to navigate on your ride, monitor stats, and stay connected. “Don’t let the size of the Edge 130 fool you – this cycling computer is packed with features,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of global consumer sales. “Not only does the Edge 130 provide cyclists with the ability to create courses in Garmin Connect, but it’s also compatib...


Revelate Designs Launches New Bikepacking Seat Pack

To add to their Terrapin System, Revelate Designs just released an updated, smaller version of the seat pack. The Terrapin System 8L is a waterproof seat pack system built for smaller loads and bikes with low saddle to rail clearance such as full suspension, plus bikes, and small sized frames. A key feature of the Terrapin System 8L is a new independent saddle rail attachment system with active cam locking buckle system. This gives the pack stability without the need for external mounting hardw...


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