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Bring a can of soda (or beer, or juice) along for the ride - handmade leather beer coozie for your bike! Ride on!
Bicycle Can Cage | Leather handlebar tape & bicycle accessories | Walnut Studiolo кожа всегда прекрасна
Bicycle Can Cage by WalnutStudiolo - Light and rigid can cage for your bicycle, made out of leather, with a snug fit. Bring a can of soda (or beer, or juice) along for the ride. A flat can of Coke has been called the racing cyclist's "secret weapon" - the quick jolt of sugar and caffeine is perfect to get you up the last few hills. Rigid leather is hand-stitched together to be structurally sound. Cans stay snug in the can cage even after a rugged off road tour. Designed to fit a standard can size, also fits tallboys. Comes ready to install with three clamps to connect the cage to the bicycle: two on the handlebar and one around the stem spacers. EACH ITEM IS MADE TO ORDER with love in my workshop in Portland, Oregon. Please ride responsibly.
I'm a stupid hipster. I bought a leather holster for my nasty plebeian beer, so I can drink and ride my fixie. Heh heh heh.
I don't ride a bike but what a great idea! (wrong beer)
bike accessory... hipster beer
Hand tooled leather and wood wares made in Portland, Oregon by Walnut and designed for anyone on the go. Pretty genius!
Quick Stand & Lock is lock that integrates the bicycle stand and lock together, and provides a methods of locking with a single motion of stopping and parking the bicycle; by Soohwan Kim, Junho Yoon, Dohoon Lee & Hyojin Park
The perfect bicycle! #bicycle, #green
I want a pretty little bike. All my own. And pretty dresses to wear as I ride around town.
Paris bike #ridecolorfully
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Perfect... weekend project: totally pimping my wood bike basket with coffee holder and yoga mat straps.
Leather Artist Journal Refillable Art Book and Pencil by odelae, $165.00
rugged oiled leather key holder
DIY: leather makeup brush holder
A comfortable, stylish, and sturdy leather strap for portaging your bicycle on your shoulder, whether it's up the stairs or across a river.