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Roll in Style

Great bikes and gear for the summer cycling season

 

Pocket Pannier

Ride in style with Walnut Studiolo’s luxurious Pocket Pannier, featuring beautiful vegetable-tanned, weatherproofed leather and cedarwood siding. It is perfect for carrying those small, indispensable items like your cell phone, wallet, keys or bike lock, and its adjustable straps allow easy accommodation for almost any bike rack.

$136 or $148 w/monogram

photo by Anthony Kerrigan

 

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DaHÄnger

Store your bike efficiently and add to your home decor at the same time with this bike hanger, which will soon be entering its first production run. Use it to keep your current bike out of the way, or to display collectibles, creating a unique wall-hanging. DaHänger also has a built-in shelf for your helmet or bike shoes. Sign up for DaHänger’s newsletter to be notified of availability.

Price to be announced

Cargo Bike

Want to ride your bike, but have too much stuff to transport? Try out a CETMA Cargo Bike. There are three sizes, with the largest carrying up to 55 pounds. They are designed with the cargo area in front of the driver, making it safer for transporting kids or running errands.

$3,500-$3,700

 

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Touring Bike

The New World Tourist is Bike Friday’s top-selling tour bike. It is compact enough to take on a tour of the globe, yet it’s also durable enough for everyday commutes. As with all of Bike Friday’s products, the frame will be customized to fit your individual needs.

Starts at $1,199

Woody’s Fenders

These beautiful handmade fenders are crafted right here in Bend from almost completely recycled hardwood. There are both flat profile and fully shaped compound curve fenders, all made using bent lamination techniques. Though fashionable, these are not just for show; they can be used outdoors in the rain as well.

$99-$199

Bicycle Seat Bag

Get a bike bag that is as functional as it is personal. Krieg Cycling allows you to pick from a wide array of patterns, or create a customized design (if you are ordering in bulk). The bag is large enough to fit all those little cycling necessities in memorable style.

$22

The Athletic Socks

Incorporate quirkiness into your ensemble with a pair of mismatched socks and a pop of color. Or go for an understated wool sock that keeps your feet warm while keeping odor down. Available in a range of colors and patterns, these high-quality foot garments will spice up your ride.

$12-$35

 

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Nutcase Helmets

Get a bike helmet that not only keeps you safe, but also makes a bold fashion statement. From Hawaiian print to tortoise shell to sleek silver, Nutcase is sure to have a pattern to fit your personality–and keep your brains intact, of course!

$69.99

Bike Light with Camera

The Fly6 bike light does more than just make you visible from behind. The built-in camera literally watches your back, and holds motorists accountable. It also allows you to share your riding experiences with friends. The camera runs up to 6 hours, and is suited for all weather conditions.

$169

Reduce, Reuse, Re-bicycle

Bicycle Re-Source of Bend

Central Oregon loves its bikes. One local organization loves bicycles enough to make sure that folks in need have a good shot at acquiring one. Bicycle Re-Source of Bend is a non-profit organization that takes in bicycles, parts and monetary donations from the community and refurbishes bikes at a small shop in Bend. Once rebuilt (with any parts that may be needed) and checked for safety, bikes are provided by request to approximately 50 Central Oregon community organizations including churches, schools, charities and government agencies.

Most remaining broken bicycle parts or frames are either donated or sent to area metal recycling centers in an effort to keep these items out of community landfills. The five-year-old nonprofit also offers bicycle repair classes to help educate the public, and provides free safety checks at many community events throughout the year.

Published: September 2, 2015

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