No longer is fashion an excuse to go on the road without the right gear. Don a protective black PVC shell helmet that disguises itself as a stylish cap.To buy: $136, heritagebicycles.com.Featured March 2014
Whether you’re taking a joy ride or ready for a serious sweat session, this smart clip-on gadget tracks miles, calories, and speed. Plus, it logs previous rides to take the guesswork out of your cycling routine.To buy: $130, dickssportinggoods.com.
If you’re more the cruising type, this charming basket is for you. Toss in your purse or farmers’ market spoils for effortless transport on the go.To buy: $40, cwonder.com.
This sleek cell accessory offers a hands-free way to communicate while pedaling. An added perk? It can also play your favorite tunes with just the touch of a button.To buy: $130, jawbone.com.
Nostalgic yet useful, this bell offers a way to say hello to friends you pass along the road or to safely cruise more easily throughout traffic.To buy: $20, poketo.com.
No need to worry about a clinking bottle on your ride to a friend’s house—this minimal yet sturdy leather attachment keeps a bottle of vino safely strapped to your ride.To buy: $32, etsy.com.
See clearly no matter the time of day with this vintage-inspired headlight that uses a modern and powerful LED bulb.
To buy: $38, linusbike.com.
For unexpected bumps along the road—or just some good old bike repair knowledge—keep this tome close at hand for backup.To buy: $18, uncommongoods.com.
Sidewalk chalk doesn’t always need to be drawn by hand. Instead, latch on this attachment for a kid-friendly way to design large-scale bursts of color across the driveway.To buy: $20, fatbraintoys.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail