• AURORA x Peter Aurisch

    AURORA x Peter Aurisch Collaboration + AURORA Knitwear release!

     - posted on 18/11/2014

    AURORA x Peter Aurisch
    and here we are again. It’s fall, the winter is approaching fast and also Christmas is near. Perfect time to drop some really nice gear and help you end your search for awesome gifts.

    I’m really proud of this AURORA x Peter Aurisch Collaboration, after aPeter Aurisch. Exclusively for AURORA he created two artworks with a “Cyclist” theme and he also played around with the typographical aspects of the word “AURORA”. His signature style is extraordinaire and the artworks perfectly show his skills and talent.
    You better check out the shirts, they are a limited edition.

    AURORA x Peter Aurisch

    AURORA Fine Merino Hats & Scarves

    Besides these shirts we also upgraded our knitwear line for this Fall/Winter season. As always we put the quality first and keep the branding understated. The whole knitwear collection is 100% Made in Germany by a renowned Family Business and made of the best fabrics available. Knitted hats and scarves made from the finest merino wool and also a colorful range of knitted hats made from virgin wool.
    Especially the merino wool items will keep you warm and comfy even in the coldest days.
    But I don’t want to waste more words, these items are beautiful, feel great, are from exceptional quality and will go along with you a lifetime.
    AURORA Fine Merino Hats & Scarves
    AURORA Knitwear

    If you’re not into knitwear, check out our current assortment of AURORA Snapbacks. Classic style and fit, with simple AURORA branding.

    AURORA Snapbacks

    We hope you like the gear and find something nice!



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  • Mianzi Rei – My Legs My Gears

     - posted on 12/11/2014

    I think there is no need to introduce Mianzi Rei again, we featured her several times.
    He is a good friend and long-time supporter of AURORA and she deserves the spotlight of a personal portrait. A great personality! Keep pedaling, Mianzi!
    Also some impressions from the legendary first Rad Race in Berlin made it to the film!

    Check out this great production made by Baroudeur / Colorado Media.

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  • New webshop!

     - posted on 20/10/2014

    You might noticed a lot problems with our webshop in the last weeks. The system we used was outdated, this caused a lot problems and it was not possible to fix it. So we decided to built it up from zero and that’s what we did the last 3-4 weeks.
    Now we got a fresh and new webshop system running, which should work fine.
    With the new system you can open a personal account, use a wishlist and it’s much more user friendly. Besides this, everything works great on all devices!
    We hope you like these, not obvious but effective, changes. If you still find some bugs, have problems with the new shop or just have something to say about it – please get in touch with us!
    We love to hear some feedback.

    Expect some more exciting news soon.



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  • RAD RACE Battle in Münster

     - posted on 26/09/2014

    RDRC_Startnummer_200mm_AnsichtJust one week left until Münsterland Giro. The RAD RACE Battle will take place on 3rd of October on the historical Prinzipalmarkt in Münster, the Prinzipalmarkt is one of the main streets in Münsters city centre and covered with historical pavé. The RAD RACE Battle is a rider against rider sprint battle on a straight 160 m pavé track!
    This is going to be really interesting and worth a visit.
    Make sure to visit Münster next week, have a great day of cycling and celebrate the 7th RAD RACE with us! Check out the facebook event for more information.
    I hope to see you there.


    RAD RACE BATTLE OFFENBACH_Pic by www.lifedraft.de_6

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  • 9th Stage: Hokksund – Oslo

     - posted on 12/09/2014

    TdS Stage 9: Open Roads
    The last day of our tour is here. The previous ones went too fast and the weather seem to think the same. It was raining the whole night and morning in Hokksund. Today the last stage was around 100 km, but we decided to change the route just some minutes before leaving in heavy rain. The whole tour we had no real accidents and we wanted to get everyone safe to Oslo. So we cutted down the route and went for a 75 km ride with some elevation in the region around Oslo.
    TdS Stage 9: Open RoadsLuckily the rain stopped after just a few kilometers and the sun came up for us. Again the Norwegian nature/landscape showed what it has to offer, even in more populated areas. The clouds and morning fog were hanging deep in the hills that surrounded us. The stage was relaxed even when there were some short and steep climbs every now and then. Everyone had fun and besides the traffic jam we hit around Oslo it was a eased ride. As we arrived in Oslo we felt great and couldn’t believe that we rode from Hamburg more than 1200 km to finally end up in Oslo. Crossing Denmark, Sweden and minor parts of Norway. Our support/film crew was awaiting our arrival at the Opera House in the Oslo Harbor and it was kind of our personal Champs-Élysées as we climbed up to the highest point of the Opera House.
    We made it.
    TdS Stage 9: Opera House OsloProud, exhausted, happy, sad, ease of mind, energized… so many different feelings in a few moments while looking at Oslo. The time sadly went fast, we had the best team we could wish for, made new friends and help each other in every situation. No big problems and no drama. Together we achieved something special and many of us wished to just continue riding together and see more places.
    Maybe next year….

    After a shower we went to Grünerløkka and had some burgers and milk-shakes in the Nighthawk Diner. Awesome place and the best choice for having the last evening together.
    TdS Stage 9: Nighthawk Diner
    Thanks to each and everyone for making this trip special!
    Thanks to our sponsors for helping us realizing this trip.
    Thanks Kenda.

    And of course thanks to all readers.
    We hope you liked the short recaps and the pictures. You find even more recaps, pictures and stories about our tour on rad-race.com.

    We will soon come back with more visuals from our trip and hopefully next year with a short documentary.

    Thank you!


    TdS Stage 9: Landscape

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