Made from a mix of full grain leather and a classic herringbone fabric, the Tosca may look like a pair of hip, classy sneakers but they are actually an urban bike shoe in disguise. Pair these with some Outlier apparel or something from the new Prana Pedal Collection, and you have an entire put together look to seamlessly take you from bike to the bar or office.
For any cyclist that follows the "n+1" bike ownership rule, you will more than appreciate the RPM Cadence Sensor from Wahoo. Instead of buying a speed and cadence sensor for every single bike in your garage, the magnet-less RPM is a dream to switch from one bike to another, meaning you can instantly move back and forth from your gravel bike, to your winter bike, to your commuter, on to your fat bike, then your mountain bike - you get the picture.
Last week, Nau launched their Spring 2014 Pedal Collection, a new and updated bike-ready offering for spring urban riding. Built for the city dwelling outdoor enthusiast, the pieces work technical materials and hidden performance details into a line of fashionable commuter wear that easily transitions from ride to office.
Thousands of runners, cyclists, walkers, commuters, and tourists pass by or over the Golden Gate Bridge every single day. To help cut down on plastic waste, reusable glass bottle provider Lifefactory teamed up with both the National Park Service and Globaltap to install a reusable bottle filling station at the Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion in San Francisco. Combined with the proposed ban on the sale of plastic water bottles in the city, San Francisco would be the first major metropolis to take the brave plunge in reducing their environmental impact.
Bringing your bike on public transport is not always an easy task. Rush hour crowds or lack of secure bike parking at the office can hamper your best intentions for a car-free commute. Folding up to the size of a carry-on, the incredibly compact URB-E acts as your go-anywhere personal e-vehicle to get you those last few miles to and from your destination.