My friend Brian, who is generally frugal, has a rule: “I allow myself to buy whatever I want if it’s a form of self-powered transportation,” he says (in addition to a bicycle, he also has a kayak and a paddleboard). We think Brian would approve of these accessories for the dedicated cyclist.
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Above: The Bike Shelf by San Francisco-based Chris Brigham is available in solid ash and walnut and starts at $299 (custom sizing available).
Above: The Bicycle Bell from Danish Sögreni comes in zinc, copper, and brass; $65 at Mjölk.
Above: From the Peterboro Basket Company, the Woven Hardwood Bicycle Basket is handmade from Appalachian white ash and comes in a natural, cherry, and honey finish; $42 at Public Bikes. (Remodelista readers can receive 20 percent off bike gear from Public Bikes. Simply type in the promotional code “REMODELISTA” at check-out. Offer is limited to non-sale items and runs through Dec. 15.)
Above: Limited Edition LMNH Christmas Ornaments shaped like bike parts; £15 from Look Mum No Hands.
Above: For the wine country picnicker: the Bicycle Wine Rack by Oopsmark in Montréal is made from vegetable-tanned leather; CAD $29 via Etsy.