Toolkit

Bright Lights

Now, don’t get us wrong – we have a soft spot for classic pieces and a respect for tradition. But we can’t help but be rather impressed by this decidedly futuristic retro-reflective city bicycle by Mission Bicycle Company. Built by hand in San Francisco,

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Handcrafted

We love our locals and Melbourne-based bag company All The Kings Men is no exception. Above all else they value quality, functionality, and simplicity, which is why their bags are all handmade in Melbourne from long-lasting materials. The canvas of the ATKM Midi

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Kinekt Seatposts

Sometimes, riding a bike is feels so smooth and harmonious, it’s like poetry in motion. But sometimes, it doesn’t feel that way – and that’s where KINEKT seatposts come in. The newest models are the KINEKT 2.1 (alloy) and 3.1 (carbon) seatpost which

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Centrefold: Link D8

Life is so fast-paced these days. And those of us who are constantly on the move need transport that is just as efficient as they are. Enter the Link D8 folding bike by Tern. This zippy little number is equipped for trips on

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BUTtGuaRD KS

The BUTtGuaRD KS is a new and unique clip on/clip off seat mounted mudguard for cyclists that always sits upright and straight on your bike. The engineering and product styling of the BUTGRD KS is a leap forward for all cyclists wanting

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Back pedal: issue 17

Armand Rassenfosse, a Belgian graphic artist and illustrator, is best known for a set of illustrations in Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du mal, a masterwork in the field of book illustration. But for us it is this girl on a bloke’s bike, one

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