Nutcase Helmets are well-designed and lots of fun!
Monki is a Swedish clothing label is clothing which flirts between expressive Tokyo street style and crisp Scandinavian fashion sense. As part of an ad campaign to launch their Hong Kong store, they sought out ambassadors for the “Who’s That MonkiGirl?” campaign.
Naturally we think Patricia is the coolest MonkiGirl. The hairdo, the artfully draped coat, the matching red lipstick + mini-dress + bike! Not to mention those kick-ass boots.
via Monki HK
The colouring of these photos from the Portland Tweed Ride are reminiscent of an elegant and romantic bygone era. Just lovely.
More photos from BikeRanger’s flickr gallery
If you travel around Holland you’ll see that lots of people ride the old-fashioned, sit-up-and-beg bikes. To the point where the words ‘Dutch City Bike’ conjures up a particular sort of elegantly framed ride.
Now you can custom-build your own Dutch City Bike with Beick. Basically, you design your ride on the Beick site from modular parts and it is assembled to order. The bikes have aluminum frames, Shimano hub gears and Vredstein tires. You can choose your seat, brakes, handlebars and forks and color schemes are provided using snap-on plastic components.
The basic bike with a Brooks leather saddle and without fenders or a chain guard comes to just €250.
What a dream to ride through such gorgeous autumn colours.
Today marks the end of a fun two weeks for us as we remembered some of our favourite blog posts in CycleStyle’s first year.
To start our second year on an even happier note, we have a 1st birthday present for one lucky reader in Australia – a much-coveted oval wicker basket!
To win, all you have to do is:
1. Go to our Facebook page and ‘Like’ us (if you haven’t already).
2. Find the photo of the basket under the ‘Photos’ tab on the left or on the Wall.
3. Tag your name onto the photo – the option is on the bottom left of the photo (Australian residents only).
The winner will be drawn randomly and announced
next Friday 27 May at 5pm Monday 23 May at 8am on Facebook due to the great response to the competition (and we thought we’d really make someone’s Monday morning). Good luck!
We took inspiration from Ride to Work day to bring you a series of posts showing you what Joyce wears to ride to work. The photos are of her own clothes, her own accessories and her own bike as she goes about her day-to-day business.
Spring prettiness abounds in our favourite September posts: