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Warm Wooly Cycling Caps Just in Time for Winter November 12 2016

We now have in stock a limited number of these fantastic all-wool Chuey Brand cycling caps  with ear flaps. Each one is different and most fit medium/large heads, a couple for smaller heads. Call us for details on colors and sizes. Stay warm and stay content knowing that these are made in the USA (San Francisco) by former Philadelphia resident, Chuey!

We also have wool balaclavas and headbands from Smartwool. Both come in black and both are one size fits most.

And for the kiddos, we still have a handful of Rebourne balaclavas left. They're made right here in Philadelphia from upcycled wool sweaters. Call the shop for details on colors and sizes available.

 

 

 

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Don't Let the Heat Get You Down, Lighten Up August 10 2016

cycling cap, compact cargo bike,  lightweight bike lock, and bike helmet

With this oppressive heat and humidity we got going on here in Philadelphia the last thing we want is heavy. Here are a few light weight products that won't drag you down. The Abus Granit Futura Mini lock is featherweight compared to it's welterweight cousins but still as strong. Nutcase added it's Metroride line of helmets as a lighter alternative to their Street Helmet. Super lightweight and with a slim profile you'll forget you have it on (but don't worry you still do; your head is protected.)  GoCycling's sweat-wicking cycling cap is gossamer. And with it's Philadelphia graphics you'll be representing the City Of Brotherly Love in the coolest possible way. Think all cargo bikes literally weigh a ton? The Boda Boda V3 by Yuba is one of the lightest compact cargo bikes on the market. Starting at 41lbs (before add-ons) it can easily be lifted up steps to store indoors where it's safest. The newest version can now hold two Yepp Maxi Easyfit kid seats on the back and there's still room for one Yepp Mini up front. That's three kids you can haul around town on this zippy bike.

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ALLONEWORD Pop-Up Shop June 18 2014

In 2008, Mary Elizabeth started making cycling caps to impress a cute guy at bike shop. While no great romance ensued, she did discover a love for making the hats and ALLONEWORD was born. Originally based out of Alameda in northern California, Mary recently relocated to Philadelphia. On Saturday, June 28th, she'll be at our shop from 10am to 5pm selling her wares; a colorful array of caps made of cotton or linen in solids and prints. She'll also be bringing her sewing machine to do custom monogramming. You can see her hats on her Etsy site.


Philadelphia Vs. Philadelphia: May the Better Cap Win November 26 2013

These guys know that in the city of brotherly love you gotta look tough to look good. Take your pick between the red cap (also available in blue) on the left or the light blue cap on the right (or one of each if you can't decide which of these beauties looks better on yer noggin'.) Represent in style. No matter which hat you choose you can't lose!