Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Cyclechic picks the Kit bags for the Financial Times Magazine

 

We were very pleased to be asked by the Financial Times to pick our ideal kit bag for stylish cycling this Autumn.  I know the less than clement weather can make you feel like leaving the bike at home but on a fresh crisp autumn day being out and about on your bike can be wonderful so why not get inspired....

Pashley Sonnet Bliss
Hand-built in Statford-upon-Avon, this gorgeous claret-and-ivory bicycle has five gears, dynamo lighting and a frame-fitting lock. Pashley.co.uk, £595

Cherry Pine Deluxe Shopper
This chic, 1940s-inspired satchel simply clips on to the bicycle’s rear rack and, when removed, doubles up as a great day bag. £40, Cyclechic.co.uk

Lumatwill Cape
This beautifully tailored cape has reflective Lumatwill yarn sewn into the fabric, alerting traffic to your presence by night. Made to order by Dashing Tweeds & Hardy Amies, £400, dashingtweeds.co.uk
Sawako Furuno Helmet
Sawako Furuno’s bike helmets are feminine yet urban, printed with Japanese-inspired graphics. Ran, £68, at cyclefashion.co.uk
 
Brooks Hoxton Basket
Cleanly designed with a metal frame, wooden base and leather grip, this roomy basket is perfect for a weekend trip to the farmers’ market. £89.99 Cyclechic.co.uk

7 comments:

city girl rides said...

oh yes, very very cute choice of wear for a crisp autumn ride.

Melafrique said...

lovely choices

Vegetarian Girl said...

This looks so cute!! I really want a cute helmet for riding my bike!

Olivia Rose Thomson said...

this is my bicycle dream,i love the cape, and i've had my eye on the brooks basket for a while. x

Olivia Rose Thomson said...

this is my bicycle dream, i love the cape, and have had my eye on the brooks basket for a while, i love riding a round on a sunny autumn day.

Caz said...

Thanks ladies, so glad you like the choices and the autumnal feel. Now the leaves are starting to turn there are some beautiful rides to be had... so we need to make sure we are looking beautiful too x

Caz said...

Olivia, I would recommend the Brooks basket, they look so nice on the bike and are really practical to use x