Cyclist Fabio Wibmer combines his love for riding with video games in this amazing action film. After an accident sidelined Wibmer from riding, he respawned in the Côte d’Azur for this thrill-filled video shot like a third-person sandbox game. The filmmakers deserve equal credit for the exceptional camerawork.
This aluminum multitool from Canyon Bicycles helps you make quick adjustments, perform tubeless repairs, and fix flats. It incorporates a 90º ratcheting bit holder, a Dynaplug tubeless tire repair tool, and a CO₂ inflator for Presta or Schrader valves. Includes four double-headed driver bits with Torx and Allen tips.
Cycling apparel company Endura jumps into the footwear game with mountain biking shoes for flat pedals and clipless systems, and the Humvee flat pedal option for urban action. Combining traction with durability, they’re packed with tech like StickyFOOT rubber outsoles that conform to pedal pins and lock the foot in place.
The Tactica M100 is a compact multitool for cyclists and other people who often use hex bits and small wrenches. It comes with two bits, which you can store on the tool itself, and there’s an optional 12-bit pack. It also has a bottle opener, a package opener and a ruler.
God & Famous’ Faux Pas is made of highly reflective Italian fabric. It also has a 3M Scotchlite strip at the back so you’ll still be visible under low light. It’s also incredibly light, windproof, water-resistant and will keep you warm even when it’s 35ºF out.
The WOHO WOkit 2.0 is a lightweight carabiner that incorporates practically all of the tools you’ll need to tweak your bicycle, and then some. It has hex, Torx, flat screwdriver and Philips screwdriver bits, a chain rivet extractor, nine wrench sockets and a bottle opener.
A waterproof jacket designed to keep cyclists and bikers as visible as possible. Its main body is made of reflective fabric to keep you visible at night. It’s even easier to see than than the Atlas Jacket thanks to its bright green fabric and large red LEDs.
MTB Dose presents pro mountain biker Bryn Atkinson ripping through a trail in Cairns, Australia. No music or sound effects, just insects calling to each other, the wind caressing leaves and rubber shredding soil. It’s probably the most exciting ASMR video you’ll ever see.