Our Offering

Our goal is to provide solutions that support riding your bike for transportation. To that end, we carry the following at our shop: 

  • Clothing and clothing accessories that befit an office environment or an evening out. We select washable apparel that comfortably manages moisture (both ambient and body) and provides freedom of movement. 
  • Bags, baskets, and panniers that work well for short distance travel and look good both on and off the bike.
  • Bike accessories that support riding in the city, including helmets, USB rechargeable lights, small bike tools, handlebar mounted cup holders, and more.  
  • Gifts that highlight the fun of riding, such as bicycle themed books, greeting cards, and artwork from local artists.

Brands

We carry an edited selection of the following lines based on 1) appropriateness for an office setting or a nicer dinner out, and 2) suitability for movement on a bicycle. While we try very hard to not compromise on either standard, when push comes to shove, it has to work on a bike.  

Whenever possible we offer products designed and produced in the Northwest by people who ride. Some of our local brands include the following:

 

 

Come in to outfit yourself or to find gifts for the bicycle commuter in your life. 

 

We have a few pieces of cycling inspired jewelry.

We carry panniers, back packs, and messenger bags for toting life's essentials around town. We also have street-worthy shoes built for biking. 

Locally produced gifts, like these belts made of recycled bike innertubes, and these buckles by local jewelry artist Wendy Woldenberg. 

Pants designed for movement and styled for everyday life. 

Wool or cotton cycling caps. Can be worn alone or under a helmet. 

Locally made leather top tube bag for bikes without cargo racks. 

Non-sport helmets. Just as safe but with a touch of fun and urbanity. 

Nothing like cold feet to sap your enthusiasm for riding. Keep them cozy with wool and cashmere socks.

Arm and hand warmers preserve heat without compromising digit dexterity.