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San Francisco cycling fashion

SF Chron Sunday Style section: Commuters ditching cars for bikes, foot power includes several paragraphs on cycling fashionably. Graduate student Lisa Foster refuses to let the peddling keep her from wearing her pumps. “I really think bikes are made for people who wear heels,” she said. “You don’t have to walk in them. It’s so read more »

A fashion blog on San Francisco cycling

Refinery29 posts on where to bike in San Francisco, listing the bike shops, food stops, and cycling routes for a few of the various neighborhoods of the city by the Bay.

Falling In Love With Cycling

TODAY AND SUNDAY 1 PM. SF Bike Expo and Pedal Savvy present “Falling in Love with Cycling” The 3rd annual Pedal Savvy bicycle fashion show taking place at the Cow Palace November 10th and 11th 2012 at 1:00pm will feature models styled to look fantastic on and off a bike through the ever changing climates read more »

San Francisco bike fashion show

You’re invited to the SF Bicycle Coalition’s fun and fabulous Bike Away from Work Party and Fashion Show. Come by and bring a friend! See models showing off the latest in bicycling style during the bike fashion show styled by Gwendolyn Lee Productions. With DJ Sara Tea, sweet raffle prizes and complimentary bicycle valet. Free for SF read more »

Bay Area bicycle fashion

Shelly rides her bicycle around Berkeley, San Francisco, and Oakland, with frequent trips to Santa Cruz and Sonoma / Napa where she snaps photos of cyclists she likes and posts the photos to Riding Pretty – Bicyle Chic California, like this photo below. Several years ago, Shelly designed her Riding Pretty helmet covers because she read more »

Skirt guard in San Jose

I was cycling down Santa Clara Street in downtown San Jose last week when I looked south down 1st Street and I spotted a distinctive white Dutch style bike with a skirt guard the next block down on San Fernando. Since I’m crazy about bikes — especially slightly unusual bikes — I raced down 2nd read more »