Sedona MTB Fest had a lot of mountain bikes to ride, but also a ton of fresh gear, components, tires, bags, and more from brands big and small, including Kenda and Continental. Plus a couple options for refreshments, some a little more production-ready than others.
Pit Viper was showing off their new Brapstrap mountain bike goggles, which get moto goggle tech and all the expected style… Big vents on top should keep airflow high, and swappable lenses with tear-off tabs let you adjust to light conditions and keep them clean in the mud. Look for clear lenses to come stock, with a few darker ones available separately.
A dual-density foam should keep them form-fitted to your face, and a foam-like ring on the inside keeps the lens solidly in place with no slipping or rattle. A hinged strap mount helps them fit better on full-face helmets. Goggles are $139.95 and replacement lenses are $20-$40 each. Their sunglasses now come with “more”, which means more options. Like photochromic lenses that automatically darken and lighten depending on conditions, and polarized options. Because if you’re wearing Pit Vipers, more is only better. Check them all out at PitViper.com . Rogue Panda Frame Bags
Designed and made in Arizona, Rogue Panda does both custom and stock frame bags for a variety of mountain bike frames. This Revel shows just how much of the wasted space inside and outside of that front triangle can be used to haul stuff. Their latest invention is this padded, sliding […]