Welcome back, Clymbers. We’ve got some exciting events for you today. First on the docket is cycling gadgetry, with computers and lights from SIGMA SPORT. You will inevitably work up an appetite trying to achieve a new personal best with your new computer, so why not store up on some organic snack bars from our friends at Rise Bar? And the sun is out. Stay hydrated and cool the sustainable way with artistically designed and recyclable water bottles from Liberty Bottleworks.
Here’s some more about today’s brands:
SIGMA SPORT: Headquartered in Germany, SIGMA SPORT is an award-winning manufacturer of active lifestyle gizmos that ensure athletes stay safe and perform their best. The company specializes in sporting computers and lighting for cyclists and runners. Know how many more miles you’re logging by riding safely at night with SIGMA SPORT bicycle computers and lighting, on sale now for member-exclusive pricing.
Liberty Bottleworks: If you see a bald eagle wearing a beret perched on a Prius, he’ll likely be clutching a bottle by Liberty Bottleworks. Take it from him. Made in America from recycled materials, Liberty’s unique bottles feature designs sourced from independent artists. Show your love of art, the environment, and ‘Mericah at the same time with a new aluminum water bottle from Liberty Bottleworks. We’ve got a great selection on sale today at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
Rise Bar: Rise Bar makes organic, allergy-friendly (no peanuts, gluten, or soy) snacks designed for adventures on the summit or the subway. Small enough that there’ll be no sticky leftovers to deal with and made with all natural ingredients, Rise Bar offers an energy kick without the glycemic overload. Step up to a healthier form of snacking now, with Rise Bar protein and energy bars, available at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Garmont, Lonely Planet, & Manhattan Portage.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Liberty Leaper: Did you know? In the early 20th century, urban climbing enthusiasts could make a decent living as aerial carpenters, or steeplejacks, scaling buildings, chimneys, and church steeples to carry out repairs or maintenance. One of the most famous steeplejacks in America was Frederick Law, who was the first person to climb and paint the flagpoles of New York’s Pulitzer and Singer Buildings. In February 1912, Law became famous for pulling off one of the first recorded BASE jumps, leaping off the torch-bearing hand of the Statue of Liberty and floating down with a parachute. Even with the parachute, Law crashed hard to the ground. In its 1912 account of the incident, the New York Times reports, “he then got up, dusted himself off and personally packed up and carried his parachute to his office in the Hudson Terminal building. He did not want to be interviewed”