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BlackHeart Bike Company – Anthem

The BlackHeart "RAILS on road // RIPS off road" story brought to life in 90 seconds.

SAFA Brian – Dream Descents in Gravel Land

I pulled up a little late for this ride with Andrew, but that just meant a great sunset on the climb. By the time we hit the descent daylight was starting to run out. This was my first time riding near the Jet Propulsion Lab (https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/), but it's one of Andrew's favorite loops so he had the course on lock and initiated turbos to get us down in good time.

Credit: SAFA Brian
@safabrian
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The Bike Sauce – BlackHeart Review

A road-oriented titanium all-road bike that's as timeless as it is capable on and off road. Find out why the BlackHeart Bike Co. titanium all-road bike is so fun and flickable in this in-depth review.

Credit: The Bike Sauce
@thebikesauce
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SAFA Brian – Andrew Jackson riding the Verdugos

Plunge into the gloom with Andrew as he rips down the Verdugos testing grip levels all the way down.

Credit: SAFA Brian
@safabrian
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Alex Colorito – Gravel Paradise

The diversity of terrain and quality of riding a bike in Los Angeles is second to none. Thanks to the kind folks at Blackheart Bike Co. I had the chance to test out one of their demo bikes, the tagline is "Rails on Road // Rips off Road". After some heavy riding I couldn't agree more with that mantra. The sense of freedom that gravel bikes provide is something I have never felt before. From trails & views that few will ever see, to some of the best paved descents anywhere; this is pure bliss.

Credit: Alex Colorito
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alex_colorito
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OKOM 01 – Horseshoe Meadow Rd

BlackHeart Bike Company founder Zach Lambert launches a new content series aimed at riding epic routes at a leisurely pace most anyone can enjoy. Times don't matter in this world, instead it's the environment that takes center stage.

BlackHeart Bike Co x The Johnson Party

Our friends who make up The Johnson Party wrote and performed a song we love, "Can't let the bastards win". It was too good not do a second version.