As cities experience something of a slow reverse-exodus, all those people coming back need a quick, efficient way to get around. Luckily, or rather, deliberately, that’s why bicycles exist, and Taylor Stitch is making one of their own. The Dash is the clothing company’s first foray into something that you don’t wear and from what we can tell, it’s a strong start. The bike’s made from a lot of fancy named metals, like a frame of True Temper Verus and a stem of Alloy Quill, and the companies they’re coming from are known for high quality products. Case in point, Heritage Bikes is going to be manufacturing each bike, so your urban vehicle will be able to outlast whatever the city thinks it can do to it. Right now the bike is part of a crowdfunding campaign on Taylor Stitch’s website, kind of a self-hosted Kickstarter and we don’t think they’re going to have any problems getting the funding they’re asking for.
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