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May 2018 Bike Commuter Gear

Again, we have rounded up some more practical and functional accessories to turn your commute more pleasant. Some cool stuff that´ll make the time you spend on the bike even more enjoyable whether you’re riding into the office or not. Check out some of our favorite, bike-centric gadgets below, whether you’re a hardcore cyclist or just getting off training wheels, we have listed some awesome products that’ll make your journey to work that bit easier.



The Rhake is built to hold everything you need for work, play, and the occasional overnight. Purpose built pockets are large enough to hold all of your accessories and the weatherproof 22-liter main compartment can grow or shrink as needed to hold gear and clothing. A two-layer weatherproof construction is designed to keep your gear protected through unpredictable spring weather.
$455 | BUY




Curt is a fast-moving and bold city charger that stripped of all excess, only keeping that which is key to a fierce ride. The deep rims, carbon fork and straight handlebars give Curt an athletic look and keep the weight down to just 14,1 kg.
$2900 | BUY




Don’t let cold wet hands ruin your outdoor fun! These Lightweight Waterproof Knit Gloves solve the soggy digits problem and keep your hands dry while cycling, running, hiking and any outdoor adventuring in the rain.
$45 | BUY




About the smallest and thinnest profile of any certified helmet in the market, this helmet features a new flip visor to either run full peripheral vision when needed, or take it down to keep out the dangerous sun rays or grave.
$40 | BUY




Part of the secret to that enviable efficiency is quick access to bike lock keys, often aided by a little gizmo called a carabiner. This carabiner key chain is made of hard aluminum alloy and features a screw lock.
$5 | BUY




The LightSkin LED Seat Post will alert other cyclists and motorists of your presence thanks to the 5 LED, waterproof lights built right in. No more stolen taillights, just replace your standard seat post with this stylish device and you are ready to roll for 50 hours on just 2 AA batteries!
$74 | BUY




With everything you need to fix everyday bike problems such as a flat tyre or a loose wheel, the Full Windsor Nutter Multi Tool comes in a highly stylized leather pouch to keep it all together.
$59 | BUY




The Loch is designed to be the ultimate do-it-all short. Transition seamlessly from bike, to swim, to city with this perfectly balanced short.
$155 | BUY




This pair of socks is designed to hold up from morning to night. Truly odor-resistant, Merino fibers carry an alkaline charge that attracts the acidic molecules in sweat, thus neutralizing unwanted odors. 100% Mercerized Merino for added comfort and breathability combined with a nylon heel and toe for durability will guarantee you can wear these socks in—and not wear them out.
$22 | BUY




The Moskito Watch is an analogue watch and bike computer in one! The distinctive feature is the fact that this smartwatch looks a lot like a common analog/chronometer, but you may quickly detach it from your wrist and set it on your bike as a cool looking classic speedometer with the provided bike mounting system.
$780 | BUY

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