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Linus Market Bag

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Waxed cotton bike bag merges function and style $139.00

Linus Bikes are inspired by French bicycle design from the mid-20th century, with classic frames optimized for modern comfort and reliability. Same goes for the Venice, CA company's range of bike accessories, like this waxed cotton Market Bag, which has a definite vintage vibe with contemporary city biking in mind. Available in navy or army green, the sides roll up when not in use. When you hit......read more

Bent Basket

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Help kickstart this minimalist, curved plywood bike basket -- and secure your own $110.00

Finally, a bike basket that doesn't suck. That was our collective response after spotting Faris Elmasu's clean, elegant Bent Basket on Cool Hunting. Designed as a prototype two years ago, the carrier is designed using bent plywood. If you like Eames furniture, this is the bike basket for you. Made using vacuum forming, the Bent Basket offers ample space for twelve beers, which is important.......read more

Ringer Bell by Spurcycle

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A San Francisco company launches the bike bell into the 21st century $35.00

If there was ever a bike accessory in desperate need of innovation, it is the bike bell, which is usually either oversized and clunky or undersized and dinky (and almost always cheaply made). San Francisco's Spurcycle is answering the call with the US-made Ringer Bell, a compact, precisely-crafted component that produces a powerful, crisp sound. Launched as a Kickstarter project on August 7th,......read more

Large Bike Basket by Peterboro

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Carries everything, including a lifetime warranty $38.00

When a company has been making a product for over, say, fifty years, there's a strong chance they've figured out how to make it well. It's been 160 years since Peterboro Basket Co. started manufacturing baskets in Peterboro, New Hampshire, so we can safely assume the company understands what makes a good basket. In fact, Peterboro's designs -- including this excellent bike basket --......read more

Bookman Cup Holder

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Swedish brand unveils must-have accessory for sipping while cycling $40.00

Just in time for spring, Stockholm's Bookman has unveiled another minimal, must-have bike accessory with the Cup Holder, allowing cyclists to sip while they ride. Operating like a clip, the simple steel spring opens by pressing the rings together, then clamps firmly on the handlebar once you let go, keeping drinks secure even as you ride over bumpy terrain. With no screws or......read more

The Crate by Fietsklik

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Lockable cargo system makes it easy to haul stuff on your bike $99.00

At the core of Holland's enviable international reputation are two things: bike culture and modern design. Fietsklik, an Amsterdam-based startup, taps into both with the Crate, a detachable, lockable cargo system for bikes. The brand, which means "bike click" in Dutch, was launched after one of the founders  dropped a case of beer while trying to transport it by bicycle. Enter......read more

U-Lock Holster by Jesse Herbert

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This handmade bike lock holder solves one of cycling's biggest dilemmas $34.00

A safe, secure U-lock is a must-have accessory for every city cyclist. But U-locks across the board are heavy and cumbersome, which raises a persistent dilemma: How does one carry the damn thing? Montreal-based designer Jesse Herbert of Oopsmark solves the problem with the U-Lock Holster, a simple, aesthetically-pleasing solution for hauling your bike lock. Made by hand using veggie-tanned......read more

Pixio Solar Powered Bike Light

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Bike illuminator harnesses daytime sun for nighttime rides $39.99

In yet another win for Dutch design, Rydon's ingenious Pixio bike light harnesses the power of the sun to illuminate rides in the after-hours. Featuring an integrated solar panel that constantly collects energy, the Pixio carries up to 75 hours of light and needs just five cloudless days to fully charge again. That means you'll never have to worry about replacing your bike light again. What's......read more

The Butler House

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Handy meal transporter from Dutch designer Arian Brekveld. $39.95

Looking for an easy way to transport fresh snacks and meals? Let Fresh Traveler answer the call. With two separate containers -- one with a double-walled vacuum that keeps food fresh -- you can easily bring milk and cereal for breakfast at work. Or soup and sandwich for lunch. A wonderfully practical product from timeless Dutch kitchenware brand Royal VKB....read more

Arcalis Andorra Frame Set

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Build your dream bike in a one-on-one consultation with Arcalis founder Ryan Yee $1,799.00

Ryan Yee knows a thing or two about cycling. By the age of 14 the Arcalis founder was competing on the California mountain bike circuit, and by 2006 he owned and managed one of the country’s top pro cycling teams. With Arcalis, Yee builds serious bikes for serious riders, offering one-on-one consultations so buyers get the best machine for them. At Woven Society, you start with......read more

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