Do you wonder why they don’t make clothes for bike commuters with more subtle style, less spandex, and fewer bright logos?
They do. Sometimes you just have to wait until ‘they’ come by your workshop community looking for welding help on a clothing rack.
Nan Eastep heads up Joyrider Clothing — a custom line of clothing and bags for city riders. This is the front of her new bike bag, which features a really spacious roll-down bag, some nice front pockets for phone and wallet, and a structure that hugs your sides to support the weight as you rock back and forth on climbs.