Business fashion blogger and commuter cyclist Business Chic reviews the Airhead Helmet Liner made by Australian design company Twowheelcool.
The Airhead Helmet Liner claims to prevent the dreaded helmet hair. Here’s what Cheryl had to say about it:
- It’s super easy to pop an Airhead in your helmet! Simply have the bouncy spikes facing outwards so they can create space to get some air moving through your hair as you cycle.
- Normally, the moment I pull off my helmet I’d find that my fringe is stuck to my forehead and the crown of my head all sweaty. Take a look at my day using the Airhead!:
Top L-R: Before Cycling; sneaky pic of my hair prior to a meeting I’d just cycled to.
Bottom images: Cycling about town~ up hill; getting sweaty face and in light rain!
- It’s comfortable. The “spikes” that stick out from the Airhead Helmet Liner are pretty bouncy and just buffered against my hair; thereby creating the spaces through which air could come in and cool my scalp.
- The Airhead Helmet Liner is easily removed and can be rinsed and dried or wiped down. Very easy to clean.
You can buy the Airhead Helmet Liner in a range of colours for $29.95 + shipping.
There are many reasons to ride to work. With Ride to Work Day coming up on Wednesday 17 October here’s a cool reminder of why bikes are the best way to get around.
A simple message by illustrator Peter Grundy.
So this lady isn’t hitching a ride on the bus because she’s got her bike with her. Though she is hitching up her skirt. Haw haw.
We’re heading to our first regional market and taking our cycling goodies up to Newcastle this weekend!
is an opportunity for Novocastrians to enjoy a weekend of bike rides, entertainment, games, races, expos and workshops along the city’s foreshore and cycleways.
We will be holding a stall at the Bikefest Expo on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October 10-4pm at the Honeysuckle Precinct.
We’ll be in good company – check out stalls from Gazelle, Dutch Cargo Bikes, Monkeysee, Urban Bicycles and more!
Mixing patterns and colours can really work! Style blogger Delightfully Tacky shows off her outfit with her black fixed gear bike.
Love the elegance of this bicycle poster by Anthony Neil Dart.
Vogue Netherlands features their national vehicle, the bike, in their fashion editorial.
Get ready for spring with an outfit in primary colours.
via Toronto 416CycleStyle
It’s spring so go colour crazy on your bike! Take inspiration from this picture taken by Malmo Lund Cycle Chic.
Come and visit CycleStyle and Roll Up Valet Parking next Friday 21 September 9-4pm on the corner of Gertrude and George Streets Fitzroy and celebrate PARK(ing) Day!
PARK(ing) Dayis an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered car parking spots into temporary public parks. In Melbourne, two public car park spaces on busy Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, will be re-purposed and re-imagined to provide a fun recreational space complete with bicycle valet parking.
So give your bike the VIP red carpet treatment, pull up a chair, sip a free coffee on us if you’re one of the first people to arrive, get stuck into a board game, a book or Treadlie magazine (you could even win a subscription!) or just sit back and enjoy the view.
The CycleStyle/Roll Up PARK(ING) day site has been made possible with the support of City of Yarra and Awesome Foundation Melbourne.
Date: Friday, 21 September, 9am – 4pm
Location: CycleStyle/Roll Up PARK(ing) Day site, Gertrude St, corner George St, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Cost: Free (and you may even win some free stuff!)
Style blogger Delightfully Tacky matches her black bike with a cute black and white outfit.
Spring has officially arrived! Nothing says hello spring like a floral skirt and a bike ride in the green woods.