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The New Lakeshore Jacket from Upright Cyclist

From Upright Cyclist: This is our play on the perfect cotton jacket cut for the city. It’s the right weight for short commute hops on windy cold days. It’s built in a Cordura ™ Cotton shell by Artistic Milliners. It’s a super durable, but breathable textile with long lasting use in mind. It’s cut for [...] Continue reading »

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Seatylock Combined Bicycle Seat and Lock

People are always trying to find ways to combine a bicycle lock into something else, whether it be hidden in the seatpost, incorporated into the frame, or in the case of the Seatylock, into the rails of the saddle. Using a quick release bracket compatible with most seatpost heads, the $85 Seatylock saddle easily clicks [...] Continue reading »

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Upright Cyclist New 12.5 oz Riding Denim

The Upright Cyclist 12.5 oz Riding Denim pants are sewn in Los Angeles from American-made Cone denim. The cuffs have an internal reflective panel for visibility when rolled. Available in 32, 33, 34 and 36 waist sizes, all come pre-hemmed in a standard 34” inseam length. Retail is $119. Check out www.uprightcyclist.com Photo by Jeremy [...] Continue reading »

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PDW Lars Rover Into The Night

Portland Design Works has upped their lighting ante with the Lars Rover this year. We caught a glimpse at them at Interbike, featuring an aluminum body and two models of 650 or 450 Lumens. The Lars Rover 650 runs for a full two hours on high mode, with a 15 minute bail-out mode when the [...] Continue reading »

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Gallant Bicycles

Gallant Bicycles (who happen to be directly below the YNOT space) have launched this kickstarter to bring their advanced customization bike frames to market. Unique from most entry level customized bikes, Gallant is offering higher quality products and more options to customize at similar price points, instead of just letting the buyer choose color schemes [...] Continue reading »

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45NRTH Fasterkatt Winter Shoe Updates

The cold weather riding season is coming on fast, and there is nothing like dedicated winter cycling shoes to stay comfortable when the temperature drops and the going gets wet. 45NRTH has come on strong with their shoes over the past couple of seasons, with a number of updates on the Fasterkatt for 2015 based [...] Continue reading »

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NiteRider Introduces The Sentinel

NiteRider is now offering a tail light with a virtual bike lane indicator. The Sentinel 2 Watt Tail Light has a powerful 2 watt LED (30 lumens), 5 modes and is USB rechargeable. We’re expecting to have one in for test soon, so stay tuned. Check out www.niterider.com Continue reading »

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Swobo Scofflaw

The $1249 Swobo Scofflaw is meant to take you off the beaten path where some mustachioed man can question your presence. The Reynolds 531 steel frame features a tapered carbon fork, Avid BB7s disc brakes, sliding dropouts and fender mounts for the commute. Clearance for up to 42 mm tires lets you put some meaty [...] Continue reading »

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Supergear Retrodirect Planetary Gear Crankset

Just when you thought you’ve seen it all someone puts a Supergear crankset by Ziegler-Lam Cycling on the table. At first glance it looks like any number of other small maker cranks from the ’90s mountain bike and CNC’d everthing boom, needless stress risers, chunky corners and all. Grab hold of the bottom bracket and [...] Continue reading »

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Motorcycles of Interbike (The E-Bikes Are Here)

Bicycles equipped with motors have been a part of the landscape since shortly after bicycles themselves first appeared. It’s a natural leap for many that a bicycle, while fun and wonderful, would just be so much better if you didn’t have to pedal it uphill, or at all. Back in the 1890s we coined a [...] Continue reading »

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