Japanese company Rin Project designs a line of casual bike gear for those that not only love to ride but want to look good both on and off the bike. The brand was started in 2000 by Hiroshi Yamada, then president of Chat Noir and once a fashion industry exec in France. After a car accident in 1995, Yamada decided to ditch the car and live a bike-centric life, designing apparel, gear, and accessories that made his new lifestyle possible.
Tag: bike commute
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.