Cycling

Life cycle.

Founded in Italy during the 1960s, Brancale dominated the international cycling apparel market during the latter half of the 20th century thanks to the success of a few key products.

The lightest.

SUMMER CYCLES: When developing the Émonda SLR 10, cycling company Trek had one overarching goal: to build the lightest bike on the market.

Smart cycling.

SUMMER CYCLES: The Valour, by Toronto-based Vanhawks, is likely the smartest bike you’ll ever ride. Poised to improve how and where you cycle, this is one of a new breed of smart bikes that collects data from your phone, your bike, and from other riders to create the best (and safest) cycling experience possible.

Steely steed.

SUMMER CYCLES: Hermès is no stranger to saddles and steeds. It is only natural then, that the equine-inspired French fashion house called upon some of its considerable construction skills when the time came to saddle up for a more leisurely ride.

Electric evolved.

SUMMER CYCLES: Inspired to create a smooth commute and eliminate the realities of spandex and uphill struggles, Dutch cycling company Vanmoof has introduced the 10 Electrified e-bike.

City cycle.

SUMMER CYCLES: Each model from Brooklyn Bicycle Co. is made to reflect the distinctive characteristics of its namesake city: accessible, durable, and original.

Turn style.

SUMMER CYCLES: San Francisco’s Mosi Bicycles rode onto the scene in 2011, introducing updated classic European models as an extension of personal style. The brand is concerned with looking good from handlebar to pedal as much as getting from A to B.

Look Oma, no hands!

The citybike, a definitive Dutch classic, makes inroads into the North American market for the first time. This sensible and stylish bicycle has been redesigned to tackle our hilly cities all the while maintaining its classic design.