When riding in a new city or on a new route, it is not always…
Tag: urban cycling
For Spring 2014, Arc'teryx is taking all their technical knowledge gained from years of making high quality alpine apparel and applying it to a new line of commuter gear. The new A2B collection is filled with apparel that is completely functional yet has urban style, built for those people who want to use their bike as a mode of transport but don't want to change clothes once they leave or arrive at their destination.
Have a favorite pair of shoes you wish you could wear everywhere, even on the bike? Well now you can. California company Retrofitz will take your much cherished pair of shoes and make them SPD cleat compatible for better riding performance as you cruise around town, all while retaining walking comfort.
Do you stuff your nicely pressed suit or work clothes into a backpack when you head out on your bike commute only to show up at the office a wrinkled mess? Australian company Henty Designs has created a bike friendly roll up suit bag that can safely hold not only your work clothes, but all your essentials, ensuring you show up to the office looking like you were driven in a limo.
The new Click’R pedal system from Shimano may be the answer to the age old…
Seattle company MiiR was founded two years ago with a focus on creating reusable, recyclable products that give back to the community in some way. After the success of the initial product line of stainless steel water bottles where every bottle purchased provides one person with clean water for a year, MiiR now turns their attention to bikes.