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The Pacific Northwest is one of the most stunning regions in America. Enjoy this 4K Travel Guide across the Pacific Northwest's most scenic places. From the Oregon Coast, to Glacier National Park, the Pacific Northwest has so many hidden treasures waiting to be explored. Where is your favorite place in the PNW? My relaxation channel - 🤍 My Travel Videos: Top 10 Places in The Southwest - 🤍 Top 10 Places In Oregon - 🤍 Top 10 Places In Hawaii - 🤍 Top 25 Places In The USA - 🤍 Top 10 Places To Visit in 2021 - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Utah - 🤍 Top 10 Places In Poland - 🤍 Top 20 Places In Greece - 🤍 Top 10 Places In France - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Germany - 🤍 Top 10 Places In Italy - 🤍 Top 100 Places In Europe - 🤍 Special thanks to 🤍davidmrule for helping out with footage - 🤍 Where I get my music - 🤍 Great Place for Stock footage - 🤍 Free stock footage, guides & luts - 🤍 My Camera Gear - 🤍 Music by Luke Bergs - 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 0:33 - Oregon 0:48 - Samuel H. Boardman Scenic Corridor 1:23 - Meyer Beach 2:06 - Cannon Beach 2:42 - Bend, Oregon 3:13 - Tamolitch Blue Pool 4:11 - Glacier National Park 5:05 - Flathead Lake 5:31 - Sawtooth Mountain Range, Idaho 6:17 - British Columbia 6:46 - Washinton & Gig Harbor 7:14 - Seattle 8:04 - Outro
In this episode of our series, Mr. Saltwater Tank - Raw, Uncut, and First Impressions (RUF), Mark will look at the Custom Frag Racks from PNW Custom. Join us as Mark shares why he can't stand most standard frag racks and watch as he puts the PNW Custom Frag Rack to the test to see if they can surpass his expectations. ⚠️ Products In This Video ► 15 Hole Large Slimline Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Black - 🤍 ►15 Hole Large Slimline Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Goblin Green - 🤍 ►17 Hole Small Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Orange - 🤍 ►17 Hole Small Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Goblin Green - 🤍 ► 20 Hole Premium Medium Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Frost - 🤍 ► 20 Hole Premium Medium Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Orange - 🤍 ► 44 Hole Large Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Pink - 🤍 ► 44 Hole Large Frag Rack (1/2" Glass) Goblin Green - 🤍 Shop with Us! ► Website - 🤍 ► Facebook - 🤍 ► Instagram - 🤍 📩 If you have a request related to equipment in this video, or this video in general, email - sales🤍saltwateraquarium.com
An 8.0-magnitude-plus earthquake hasn't rumbled beneath the Pacific Northwest since the 1700s. Now, the region is due for the next "big one" and a subsequent tsunami. Coastal Indigenous communities could be severely affected. (Already, the Shoalwater Bay Tribe is constructing a tsunami tower to give their residents a better shot at survival in the face of this kind of natural disaster.) Clues from the past—paired with modern-day science—can help us better understand why this area is at risk and how to best mitigate an earthquake and tsunami's effects. PRODUCTION CREDITS: Produced by: Angelica Coleman Jay Colamaria Production Assistance: Lorena Lyon Christina Monnen Caitlin Saks Music: APM Archival: Amiran White Degenkolb Engineers and Rice Fergus Miller Edgeworx Studios, LLC Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe Storyblocks Weave Ltd. © WGBH Educational Foundation 2021
Thank you to the SATvan Road Trip Sponsors! TRAYVAX - Code "talonsei10" for 10% off all orders | 🤍 MULTICAM - 🤍 WORKSHARP Sharpeners - 🤍 Solo Stove & Pot Set - 🤍 Pros - Save space, easy to cook with Cons - Smaller fire, More wood processing PATREON - 🤍 INSTAGRAM - 🤍 FACEBOOK - 🤍 TWITTER - 🤍 WEBSITE - 🤍 VERTX - Code "talonsei" for 25% off all orders | 🤍 * WHAT I USE TO MAKE VIDEOS * Main Camera - 🤍 Vlog Lens - 🤍 Zoom Lens - 🤍 Microphone - 🤍 Card - 🤍 Tripod - 🤍 Main Drone - 🤍 Mini Drone - 🤍
Exploring the dense forests and vast mountains of the Pacific Northwest- through sound. Music and sound effects sourced through Epidemic Sound. Get a 30 day free trial here: 🤍 Behind the scenes: 🤍 Editing breakdown: 🤍 Subscribe to TMS on YouTube: 🤍 Follow TMS on Instagram: 🤍 My Instagram: 🤍 Contact me: hello🤍aidinrobbins.com This film began as a seemingly simple idea- to create a travel film driven by sound. In film, creative decisions are almost always made based on visuals, with sound being added in accordance to what is seen on screen. So, what if we flipped it? Choosing the PNW for its auditory density and character, I set off to create a travel film driven by audio. Through planning, shooting, and editing, creative decisions were made based on sound- what do you need to hear to understand the story? Which sounds characterize the Pacific Northwest? This approach to filmmaking was unique from any other I’ve experienced, and after 9 months I couldn’t be more proud of the result. I hope this film inspires you to consider sound design with intention and listen closely the next time you travel.
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Enjoy the third part of our Pacific Northwest series. This time we would like to share the beautiful nature of Washington State. Unique summertime nature of Mount Rainier National Park (South Cascades Region) with scenic mountain views and picturesque wildflower fields, as well as multicolored loveliness of Leavenworth area (Central Cascades) in Autumn will leave no one indifferent. Video from: Leavenworth Area and Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State Video Resolution: 4K UHD Equipment used: Blackmagic 4K Production camera, Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4,6K, Panasonic GH5 You can purchase this equipment here: 🤍 🤍 Video Type: nature relax video Executive producer: Roman Khomlyak, Pro Art Inc Cinematographer: Roman Khomlyak Assistant: Viktor Hrechylo Editor and colorist: Dmytro Morokhovets Supervising editor: Oleksandr Diakov Special THANKS to our professional filmmakers and editors for their fascinating, creative, hard, and challenging work. Watch Online: 🤍 Install Our ROKU App: 🤍 Install Our Android App: 🤍 Install Our IOS App: 🤍 Install Our Amazon Fire TV App: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Visit my Travel Blog: 🤍 For licensing questions: 🤍 If you want to help us with translation our videos into your language, you can do that by clicking on the link. This will help us to reach more people! 🤍 Please SUBSCRIBE 🤍 to my RELAXATION CHANNEL so you do not miss anything. All the music used in the video is licensed through musicbed.com artlist.io and soundstripe.com MB01K9NU77F34BR Relevant hashtags: #PacificNorthwest #UHD #Nature
Hey! It's been a while but I decided to make this travel vlog from my time in Washington earlier this year. This was honestly one of my favorite places I've visited so far so I hope that came through in the video :) Let me know what you think with a comment! #Washington #Explore #PNW • Subscribe: 🤍 • Email Inquiries: hello🤍michaeldbliss.com Social Media: • Instagram: 🤍 • Facebook: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 Gear used to make this video: • Main Camera: 🤍 • Flying Camera: 🤍 • Perfect Vlogging Lens: 🤍 • Workhorse Lens: 🤍 • On Camera Microphone: 🤍 • Edited on: 🤍 • Best Editing Headphones: 🤍 Editing Program: • Adobe Premiere Pro Music licensed by MusicBed A 2019 travel film by Michael Bliss.
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A few months back we considered the Wolf Tooth ReMote to be the only dropper post lever to consider. Recently, PNW Components released the Loam Lever which we first thought was slightly gimmicky with the rubber thumb pad. However, after using it for several months through lots of wet weather, we can now say that our top recommended dropper levers has now expanded to both the Loam Lever and ReMote. ⚙️SHOP PNW Loam Levers 🤍 🤍 ⚙️SHOP Wolf Tooth ReMote 🤍 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The Lost Co. Bellingham, WA 360-306-8827 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - #ridelost #mountainbike #pnwcomponents
Although some of our favorite products come from big dogs like Sram, Shimano, DT Swiss, etc, there are a handful of smaller companies ran by riders, producing exactly what many riders want. PNW Components is one of those smaller companies. From their vast selection of Dropper Posts, Dropper remotes, Handlebars, and Stems; PNW Has recently released their new Loam Grip which, trust us, looks amazing and feels even better. Matching the Loam Grip with their notorious Range Handlebar, which was built alongside MTB shredder Kyle Warner, gives the rider a cockpit full of confidence and comfort. Not to mention a sense of responsibility as every purchase leads to a 5% contribution to NICA, or the National Interscholastic Cycling Association to keep kids on bikes and fund youth racing nationwide. Jeff goes over everything that makes this bar and grip combo different than anything else on the market. Click play and enjoy! Thanks to PNW for sponsoring this video and making it extremely easy for us to tell good stories! Visit our blog for more information: 🤍 Shop PNW Loam Grip: 🤍 Shop PNW Range Handlebar: 🤍 Shop PNW Loam Lever: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Camera Gear Used: Camera: 🤍 GoPro: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 What's the Worldwide Cyclery YouTube Channel all about? Demystifying the confusing world of MTB's one video at a time. We eat, sleep and breathe bicycles and love to make videos about them. Worldwide Cyclery is one unusual bike shop on a mission to build the best bike shop on the planet. We are a group of passionate and motivated riders who are all about having fun on bikes by any means necessary. We mostly live in the world of high-end mountain bikes but pretty much just love anything with two wheels. Our content provides riders with the most amount of information possible on everything from new product releases to bike and product reviews. We're here to provide relevant content that will inform and educate our fellow riders/bike enthusiasts so that they can upgrade and shred their bikes with a smile. To learn more about our shop check out - 🤍 Shop online at 🤍 or... Visit a shop in Newbury Park CA or Lancaster PA. Come ride bikes! Or drink a beer, or a fruit juice... #pnw #pnwcomponents #mtb #mountainbiking
A Pacific Northwest Vlog | Episode 14 - What it is really like living in the Pacific Northwest Hi everyone! I've got a short video for you today. Thank you so much for all the love on my last video and for coming back for another day of vlogmas. If I am being honest, today wasn't much better. But i did manage to get out into Port Angeles and walk around town a bit. The amount of rain we have had in Washington in the past 2 months is more than even I am used to. I do love a gloomy day, though. I hope you enjoy my attempt to capture some of the beauty of a cold, rainy day in the Pacific Northwest. Love, Alexi Where I get my music: 🤍
After years of seeing imagery of the lush green trails from the Pacific Northwest have overwhelming influence on the media and culture of mountain biking, we decided it was time to go experience the rich, dark loam of the coastal regions for ourselves. So in the spring, we dusted off our trail bikes, packed up the rig and headed north to see what we could find. Presented by: 🤍 Filmed by: John Reynolds & Craig Grant Directed by: Craig Grant Sound Design: Keith White (Filmed May 2012) Riders: Richie Rude & Joey Schusler Music: "Tracking, North of 63 Degrees Latitude" by Form and Fate "Run Home" by Align in Time "Stories" by Align in Time
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Join our Facebook group, PNW Blanks & Sublimation at facebook.com/groups/pnwblanks for more tips, blanks, templates, and more! Find us on TikTok! 🤍PNWBlanks Pre-order the PNW Deluxe Sublimation Press, Sublimation tumblers, and more at pnwblanksanna.com or pnwblankselena.com Introducing the new PNW Deluxe Sublimation Press with a 12" long skinny drinkware attachment. This press sublimated anywhere from small sippy cups to large 32 oz water bottles and everything in between!
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Hey Guys, This is just a fun little video explaining our thought process behind the new PNW Components Range Handlebar. This is my first ever signature product and I am really proud about how it turned out. Our biggest goal with these bars was to help people eliminate wrist pain and enjoy their ride more. I think we were able to accomplish that with some of the shape that we chose along with the material. The other really cool part is that I was able to convince the owners of PNW Components to donate 5% of all proceeds from this Handlebar towards the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) to help support the growth of high school mountain biking :). I hope you guys enjoy the video and if you have any questions at all please feel free to ask away! Here is the link to the bars! 🤍 Thanks, Kyle
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This is part one of a docu-series from Mushroom Wonderland, Film maker Aaron Hilliard, in association with Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society. In this episode we cover some history and basic understanding a mushroom, how to think like a mushroom with David Ansley, growing oyster mushrooms at Dietz Mushroom Farm with Lowell Dietz, and some forest foraging and identifying with Aaron Hilliard. Run time about 45 minutes. All rights Reserved.
My review of the PNW Range handlebars and the Range stem. I go over my thoughts on both the handlebars and the stem. also show footage of the GoPro on the stem mount. music from epidemic sound instagram bring_your_own_bike
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Definitely a trip of a lifetime! My friend and I reunited to go on a 7 day roadtrip from San Francisco to Three national parks: RedWoods NPS, Crater Lake NPS in Oregon and Lassen Volcanic NPS. This was the vlog from that journey. Amazing time spent being one with nature and making the most out of our trip! Canon 1DX Mk II: 🤍 Canon 6D: 🤍 Canon 16-35mm F4 IS: 🤍 DJI Mavic Pro: 🤍 Rode Video Mic Pro: 🤍 DJI Ronin S: 🤍 Where I get my music: 🤍 Go Pro Hero 5 Black: 🤍
This video features Camper trailers, suv campers, vehicle accessories and more from 10+ Vendors from 🤍Overland Expo PNW 2022 Trip Videos 🤍 BIG MOMMA - the E350 Overland Support Ambulance 🤍 🤍Overland Expo 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:28 🤍XGRiD Campers - 🤍 06:50 Vanultra - 🤍 11:09 🤍Backwoods Camper Co. - 🤍 12:41 🤍Tuff Stuff Overland - 🤍 13:53 Sunset Adventure Trailers - 🤍 17:03 🤍ShowerPouch - 🤍 19:04 🤍Wildland Coffee - 🤍 19:48 🤍Guzzle H2O - 🤍 22:43 🤍XGRiD Campers 🤍 28:07 Airhead Toilet - 🤍 30:19 Zero Breeze - 🤍 31:32 Whiskey and Wilderness - 🤍 32:22 🤍Geyser Systems - 🤍 Follow 🤍Welcome To The Outdoors 🤍 Camera Gear Used to film this video 🤍 Purchases made through some store links may provide some compensation to Welcome To The Outdoors.
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There's a million dropper posts on the market from $100 to $300+. That middle price range around $200 usually ticks all the boxes of performance, reliability and affordability for most riders. The most popular options in that price range are the OneUp Dropper V2 and PNW Rainier Gen 3. Both are priced similarly, but which one is best for you? In this video, Mike takes an in-depth look at both dropper posts to help you figure out which option is best for you. 💥SHOP OneUp Dropper: 🤍 💥SHOP PNW Rainier: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The Lost Co. Bellingham, WA 360-306-8827 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - #mountainbike #oneupcomponents #pnwcomponents
This video lists the pros and cons of the PNW Loam Grips.
If you recently purchased a dropper post from PNW Components that comes equipped with tool-less travel adjust and are looking for help in using the new tool-less travel adjust system, you've come to the right place! Follow along with the video above for a step by step walk through of how to use our new travel adjust system. If you're looking for product information including sizing, specifications and pricing, please visit our website: 🤍 Looking for instructions to maintain your dropper post or install a specific component? Check out the "manuals" section on our website: 🤍 Need help troubleshooting an issue for a specific product? Feel free to reach out to our Customer Service team via email at info🤍pnwcomponents.com Contact PNW Components: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍pnwcomponents or 🤍 Email: info🤍pnwcomponents.com About PNW Components: We hate how expensive bike parts are. That’s why we started PNW Components. Our team has decades of experience working for top bike brands in the industry, fostering strong relationships with leading manufacturers and working at the forefront of what’s new in the bike world. What this means for you is top performing product at a fraction of the cost. By keeping overhead costs low, working direct with manufacturers and focusing on engineering products that deliver exactly what customers want but within their budget, we’re able to save you money and ultimately have it stay in your wallet. You'll hear us say this a lot and we mean it, we want you to ride more and spend less. Head over to our website to check out our line of dropper posts, handlebars, stems, dropper post levers, and grips! PNW Components 🤍 Musicbed SyncID: MB01W1RQWXPSJPC
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In this video Aaron Hilliard, creator of Mushroom Wonderland, walks through the forest of the Pacific Northwest in autumn and identifies 10 completely wild mushrooms growing alongside the trial. Some of these are poisonous mushrooms, some of them are choice edible mushrooms, and some are somewhere in between! I come across golden chanterelles, the false chanterelle, amanita muscaria and its cousin amanita pantherina, delicious king boletes, tree loving pholiota, as well as several more. I am not a professional mycologist, just a total mushroom geek who has been picking and identifying wild mushrooms for 35 years, an avid member of a mycological society, administrator of a Facebook group, as well as the creator of Mushroom Wonderland. I also studied video production and photography in college and have a degree in integrated multi-media, so it only makes sense to combine my love for mushrooms and my passion for film and photography and make these videos, with the hope that I can spark interest in the hobby of mushroom foraging as well as raise public awareness and interest in wild mushrooms, and their medicinal, culinary, and spiritual value. Please come along and hit subscribe to watch and follow this unfolding video journal of mushroom info and discovery.
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Overlanding: to act of traveling by land. In our last video we announced that we sold our Sprinter van, downsized to a Toyota Tacoma, and we're prepping to overland internationally later this year. We have a lot to learn from others with way more overlanding experience than ourselves, so our first stop in the new truck was Overland Expo PNW 2022. We met up with brands, friends, and saw over 700 adventure rigs ranging from basic to luxury and vintage to shiny and new. Our question for you today is this: how would you choose to overland? Wheat would your rig of choice be? 🛻 Brands and friends featured in this video: + 🤍Where's Wiseman + 🤍Acts of Adventure + 🤍Wandering Winterfields + 🤍Muse & Co. Outdoors + 🤍Toyota USA + 🤍Garmin ❤️ Like our videos? Join us over on Patreon to support this channel: 🤍 👍🏼 Follow us on social media + Instagram: 🤍 + Facebook: 🤍 + Website/blog: 🤍 🎥 Learn to edit videos with our Make a Video Masterclass! 🤍 📷 Our Vlogging Gear: + Main vlogging camera: 🤍 + Main vlogging lens: 🤍 + Microphone: 🤍 + Drone: 🤍 + GoPro: 🤍 ⭐️ Safety Wing travel health insurance: 🤍?referenceID=chrisandsara&utm_source=chrisandsara&utm_medium=Ambassador 🎶 All of our vlog music can be found on Musicbed. Try Musicbed for FREE for 30 days using this link: 🤍 A B O U T U S Hey y'all! We're Chris + Sara (or as you know us, Let’s Be Us), a husband and wife digital nomad travel duo currently working and traveling full time with our pup, Kramer. We've always dreamed of traveling full time, and in May of 2018 we took the leap and made it happen! Today we're balancing work and fun everywhere between the Pacific and Atlantic. From hiking and cycling to tacos and coffee, we're trying to see and experience as much of this world as we can! While our home is currently on wheels in our DIY Sprinter van, our travels take us all around the world. Be sure to hit subscribe here on Youtube and follow along on Instagram for more daily fun! Oh, and be sure to say hi while you're here. :)
Lovers of trucks, adventure, off-roading and fun... this is can't miss event of the year! BUT NOT FOR THE REASONS YOU EXPECT! My buddies and I travel to the Overland Expo PNW and show you awesome vehicles of all types, gear and tackle a technical off road course! ADVENTURE IS OUT THERE! ;-) Subscribe, enable notifications and follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow Chris and his Colorado ZR2 Bison on Instagram: 🤍 Check out my new website! 🤍 Check out the #OVERLANDDIY Playlist: 🤍 Looking into some sweet 🤍CBI Offroad Fab gear? Use my link to support my channel! 🤍 More Info on Techron Complete Full System Cleaner: 🤍 CHAPTERS: 0:00 Hitting the Road / Checking out "Stonehenge" 2:31 To Oregon! 3:47 The Madness Begins 4:20 News From 🤍American Expedition Vehicles and Video Teaser! 6:05 CBI Booth (Future Project Teaser) 8:01 Off Road Course! 11:59 Back to the Expo 12:17 Chris Drools at 🤍GoFastCampers 12:59 Awesome Friends and YouTubers! 14:38 What Made This Trip Special #jasonexplainsthings #overlandexpopnw #overlandexpopnw2022
This video showcases the top 3 deadly mushrooms in th e Pacific northwest, and it might suprise some of you. Whether youre a novice mushroom hunter or a seasoned forager, these are a few of the mushrooms you should definitly know so you can avoid them! The false morel or Gyromitra Esculenta is one common killer if enough are consumed. The reaction in the liver produces jet-fuel in your body, affects the central nervous system, causes liver and kidney failure, coma and then death. Not a mushroom you want to mistakenly eat. The Galerina Marginata, AKA the funeral bell is a small wood-loving LBM that packs a toxic punch and will have bells ringing at your funeral. Sometimes confused with Psilocybe Cyanescens, this mushroom is not hallucinogenic and is very deadly, and one to watch out for. And of course the ever frightful Death Cap, or Amanita Phalloides makes the top of the list with its mega dose of deadly amatoxins that kill the liver and kidneys. All of these mushrooms you should familiarize yourself with so you do not end up a statistic. Hit subscribe to enjoy more future mushroom videos, like the video and leave a comment to help this channel grow and motivate the creation of more videos.
This is just too easy! See how to adjust the PNW Loam Dropper Height One of the easiest height adjustable dropper seat posts around! If you are in the market for an adjustable height seat post that you should totally check out the PNW Loam Dropper Seat Post. With this seat post you can fine tune your seat post height to be exactly where you want it. No more adjusting the height with the dropper seat post lever to get it just right. Adjusting the height of the PNW Loam Dropper Seat Post is mindless and crazy quick. Check it out! —— WANT ONE OR LOOKING TO LEARN MORE —— Affiliate link 🤍 —— CHECK OUT OUR GEAR —— 🤍 🤍 —— COME RIDE WITH US —— 🤍 —— REACH REGULAR GUY MOUNTAIN BIKING —— Email: gene🤍rgmtb.com Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 —— RGMTB THEME SONG —— Music by: Robb Quartararo Audio engineering / Music Production by: IG: HB_Audioworks #mountainbike #rgmtb
If you just bought the PNW Components Range Stem for your mountain bike and need help installing it, or if you need help installing another brand's stem, you came to the right place! Follow along with the video above and we'll get that stem on your bike ASAP and will have you out riding in no time. DISCLAIMER: Torque specs are stated for a reason. Damage to your handlebars can be incredibly dangerous and can lead to possible injury or death. Please take the torque specs seriously while installing your Range Stem for a more enjoyable, safe experience! Installation of a PNW Components Range Stem requires the following tools: - 5mm, 4mm allen wrenches - Torque wrench - Tools required to remove your current stem To learn more about any of the PNW Components products, please visit our website at 🤍 If you have any questions that are not answered by this video, please reach out to us via one of the methods below! The fastest way to be in touch with one of our staff members is via email. Contact PNW Components: Email: info🤍pnwcomponents.com Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍pnwcomponents or 🤍 PNW Components 🤍 Musicbed SyncID: MB01IL7FYHU1UDH
PNW Components introduces the Coast Drop Bar and Coast Stem for gravel and road biking. For product information including sizing, specifications, and pricing, visit our website here: 🤍 Get loose on gravel with Martha Gill in Go Go Gravel to see how upgrading your adventure rig's components can maximize its potential: 🤍 A few years back we started playing around with wider bars on our mountain bikes. Trendy? Yes. Beneficial? Absolutely. It wasn’t simply the idea to go big, but a deeper look at the geometry of a mountain biker. Through this, we discovered that wider bars had a few killer benefits: more stability, further control, and extra comfort. As we began designing the Coast Drop Bar, these lessons of the wide MTB bar intrigued us. Does a wider drop bar provide extra stability and control? Why yes, yes it does. And let’s chat comfort—the combination of a wider bar with a shorter stem and shallower drop provides ergonomic relief to the wrists and neck. These are bars that you can pump while sprinting, drop into while cruising, and handle the hoods with agility and ease. Now, shape and ergonomics aren’t the only important things—material is key. We opted for a 6061 alloy to control vibrations while remain light and nimble. Like a ski with a snappy core that pops and carves at the slightest intention, these bars use the unique dimensions and ideal material to give you playful freedom. Like any good burrito…width is important. When designing the Coast Stem we had two main goals: construct it to compliment the Coast Drop Bar and, like our Range Stem, develop it to satisfy the tech nerd in each of us. This stem is a shorty and that’s just what we want. The larger width of our Coast Drop Bar requires a shorter stem to achieve comfortable reach numbers. If you run your current length stem with the Coast Drop Bar your arms will be stretched to the side and your body stretched forward—kinda like how Superman flies—not ideal for biking. The shorter stem, in tandem with a comfortable 7° rise, places your body in an ideal position for comfort while remaining aggressive. And to make sure you don’t miss getting that footie, the Coast Stem includes a removable GoPro mount. So, you can easily record your gravel adventures or attach a light to escape into the night. Roll up to your next gravel escapade wide, short, and proud. Contact PNW Components: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍pnwcomponents or 🤍 Email: info🤍pnwcomponents.com About PNW Components: We hate how expensive bike parts are. That’s why we started PNW Components. Our team has decades of experience working for top bike brands in the industry, fostering strong relationships with leading manufacturers and working at the forefront of what’s new in the bike world. What this means for you is top performing product at a fraction of the cost. By keeping overhead costs low, working direct with manufacturers and focusing on engineering products that deliver exactly what customers want but within their budget, we’re able to save you money and ultimately have it stay in your wallet. You'll hear us say this a lot and we mean it, we want you to ride more and spend less. Head over to our website to check out our line of dropper posts, handlebars, stems, dropper post levers, and grips! PNW Components 🤍 Musicbed SyncID: MB01UFDRQRT9LDB