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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

Petal by Pedal Delivers Locally-Sourced Flowers by Bike

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An NYC startup looks to shake up the flower industry

Thanks to the the sustainable food movement, foodie buzzwords like "local," "organic" and "seasonal" have taken root in our collective consiousness, and consumer awareness about where and how food is produced has never been higher. Now a New York City startup is looking to apply the same concept to flowers. The brainchild of Long Island native Kate Gilman, Petal by Pedal aims to......read more

Public C1 City Bike

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Public's popular step-thru bike is on sale now! $299.00

If you're in the market for a new summer ride, you can't beat the looks or affordability of Public's C1 City Bike. The Dutch-style commuter comes complete with a Hi-Tensile steel frame with mounts for front and rear racks, 700x35c tires, and an efficient single-speed drivetrain, all while being Public's most affordable offering. “Our bikes are designed to put a smile on your face and make......read more

World's First Solar Bike Path Launched

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Surprise, surprise, it's in the Netherlands

Scott Pierce for Collectively: Tourists often flock to Amsterdam for its delectable coffee shops. But there's more to do in the Netherlands than plopping down at one of these fine establishments. After all, inevitably inhaling stroopwafel and bitterballen is never a good look. If you find yourself in that hazy daze, look up! Chances are you'll notice most people riding......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

Southwest. Proven Here.

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From Craig Grant

The landscape of the American southwest is an ethereal place. The cathedral towers, deep canyons, and crushed red dirt produce terrain with endless riding possibilities. One is only limited by his efforts to push further. Pedaling along the sun drenched plateaus and in the shadowed canyons, all while sleeping below the stars in the cool night, you can start to feel displaced from the daily......read more

Downtown From Behind

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NYC street style blog combines biking and fashion

New York-based photographer Bridget Fleming spins street style around with her unconventional take on fashion blogging. Fleming's Downtown From Behind blog features backside views of bike riders on the streets of Lower Manhattan, creating "an environmental portrait for each street and its subject." The project is nothing if not ambitious. With subjects ranging from musicians and models to chefs......read more

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