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Look Pro, Go Slow with Campandgoslow’s Spring Drop

Camp and Go Slow bartape on bagsPhoto c. Camp and Go Slow
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Born out of the ethos of slowing down and soaking in the ride… being concerned more with your SPH (Smiles-per-hour) than your MPH, alt cycling heroes, CampAndGoSlow have a new spring drop of products that’ll provide you with all of the swagger you’ll need for your upcoming Spring/Summer bike adventures.

Because some of us lust after fancy Italian groupsets, but all of us can benefit from a little Camp And Go Slow ethos in our riding!

Campandgoslow takes a different outlook on cycling

Camp and Go Slow enamel pin
Enamel Pin photo c. CampAndGoSlow

The passion project that is Camp And Go Slow, was previously owned by co-founders Jarrod Bunk, owner of Pennsylvania’s Hope Cyclery, and Casey Clark, bike mechanic/potter extraordinaire who also owns and operates California’s Great Basin Pottery.

It turns out that building a small independent bike shop, like Hope Cyclery kept Jarrod too busy to do both, so Casey bought out Jarrod’s share and is now the sole operator of Camp and Go Slow.

With its unmistakable “Italian-inspired” logo, Camp And Go Slow supplies a unique and timeless perspective for the gravel/bikepacking/all-rounder cyclist with discerning taste.

Camp and Go Slow Eastern Rattler bar tape with bag
Eastern Rattler

In addition to their popular Eastern and Western Rattler Woven Cloth Bar Tapes, Camp And Go Slow offer exceptionally well-made seasonal, small-batch limited-edition runs of assorted cycling goodies.

Now, the Spring batch of offerings have arrived and include a full stock replenishment of the Rattler Tapes as well as multiple bags, mugs, stickers, enamel pins, and patches.

Plus, if you like the Rattler Bar Tape, check out the matching Eastern and Western Rattler socks. They are Campandgoslow-custom TurboWool blend socks made by SockGuy in the US, which we can highly recommend for year-round riding and not riding.

Woven Rattler Bar Tape Features and Retail

Camp and Go Slow Eastern Rattler bar tape
Eastern Rattler Tape and handlebar bag

Camp And Go Slow woven bar tape, patterned after the Diamondback Rattlesnake, comes in two distinct options, Western and Eastern. Each roll is long enough to wrap the widest of drop bars with ease, with plenty left over for vanity projects. You get two 3300mm rolls made from a long-wearing, durable nylon blend and backed with 1.5mm of foam for a little cushion on the rough stuff. Each set of tape comes in a ripstop nylon bag designed to be used and reused for years”.

Retail: $44.00 (USA-made ripstop bag included)

  • 2 x 3300mm rolls of tape (Far more than needed to wrap a bar, creative uses for the scraps are encouraged)
  • Durable Nylon blend, backed with 1.5mm thick foam for comfort off-road – It’s pretty much the best of both worlds with classic woven cotton bar tape looks & durability, backed by modern comfort.
  • Ripstop Nylon Bag with drawstring. Made in Pennsylvania, designed to be reused.

Campandgoslow – Ordering Info

Please keep in mind when ordering from Camp And Go Slow, that this is a small, very manual operation. Please read this before ordering. Patches, stickers, and t-shirts can be shipped anywhere. Bar tape is being shipped to US and Canada only. If you’d like to get bar tape but don’t live in either the US or Canada, you can visit Crumbworks (Japan), Blue Lug (Japan), Jambz Distrobution [sic] (Australia), Crust Bikes (US), and Angry Catfish (US). They all ship worldwide.

In the meantime, check out all of the goodness that is Camp And Go Slow by visiting the link below.


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10 months ago

Waiting for the campandgoslow x campagnolo collab on a 13-42 ekar cassette.

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