We like our bikes. They effortlessly blend cool with environmental friendly in an easy to use package. So naturally we were stoked when Sole Bikes dropped their Windward City Cruiser in our hands for a test spin.
What is it?
The City Cruiser is a more sophisticated commuter that is part modern with vintage ... continue reading
If your work's idea of dressing up is just not wearing sweatpants, the Commuter Suit from Parker Dusseau is probably not for you. If, however, you ride your bike to work and have to dress nicely, the Commuter Suit is a godsend. Designed with the bike rider in mind, the suit is made to be breathable and even features ... continue reading
You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
As the weather begins to turn, it's high time you dust off your two-wheeler. If you don't feel like being a daredevil, you should probably make sure it's in riding shape before you hop on. If you need a few pointers, check out this video that goes over the basics and you'll be good to go.
If you live in the suburbs and have a glorious two-car garage, your bicycle storage needs are covered. If, however, you’re an urban dweller or happen to live in an apartment with a public bike rack that has a spotty track record at best, you need to get creative. Luckily, there are ways to store your two-wheeler without rolling it into your living room and putting down the kickstand. Here are 12 sharp ways to do so. ... continue reading
Finding the perfect organizer for your foyer (let’s be real: most of us just have a small hallway between the door and the living/dining room, but that’s fine) that does everything you want can be tedious. You need a place to put some shoes so you don’t track shit all over the place. You need a place to put the ... continue reading
Bicycles are relatively simple machines. They might only consist of two wheels, two pedals, gears, a seat and a set of handlebars, but when they break down mid ride you might still be left scratching your head about what went wrong. Rather than trying to deal with 3g service (or lack thereof) for Google, or the technical ... continue reading
Bikes will never not be cool. (Unless it's a recumbent bike because those aren't cool.) It doesn't matter if you use yours for transportation or just to exercise, it's cool. Picking between fixies, hybrids and BMX bikes is like trying to figure out which kid you love the most because they're all cool in their own right. ... continue reading
Every time we lock up our bike the same thought goes through our head, "How the hell am I gonna get home when this isn't here when I get back?" We go to such lengths to prevent this, that it isn't uncommon to see some dude in the Starbucks carrying around his front tire. What we find is far more common than our ride ... continue reading
Have you ever looked at a Brooks saddle seat for your bike and thought to yourself "I like it, but what if some random guy down the street buys the same seat?" No? Just us? We digress. Leather seats for bikes are really cool, but what if some other guy you know buys the same exact seat? Your seat still feels good, ... continue reading
Some men prefer the freedom of rolling their own as opposed to being confined to a piece of rigid hardware. If you have a toolbox there's been at least more than one occasion where you wished it was easier to get your shit from point a to point "this shit it's broken." If you're riding a bicycle this is even more of ... continue reading