We'll never be cool rock musicians, but we did make it into page 20 of the Triple J Magazine Issue #44 this month.
The Age's Saturday A2 section covets our Po Campo Handlebar Clutch (the red one featured is all sold out already!).
Trent Jansen's Cycle Signs were featured in Vogue Living Australia's September-October 2010 edition.
We pop up at The Milk Market and launch our new helmets in our latest e-newsletter.
Our Wicker Bakers Basket was featured as part of The Age's Cycling Essentials liftout.
We're in the September 2010 issue of Womens Health Magazine - check out the Po Campo Tree Bark Rack Tote and Blue Cashmere and Leather Gloves by Freehands.
The Jenny Reflective Cycling Cape makes an appearance on our favourite weekly Melbourne e-newsletter, Three Thousand.
While we get around 95% of the time by bike and public transport, there is that 5% of time where it's more convenient to use a car. Like if you're hauling 10 bike baskets, 30 panniers, a trestle table and…
UK-based online magazine N.E.E.T liked our style so much they featured the editorial we commissioned from Jono Winnel and Marianne Rutherford in their Fall September 2010 edition.
Joyce is proud to be featured in the September-October 2010 issue of Australian Cyclist in a story about women from all walks of life, all cycling in their different ways. And thanks to Cheryl Lin of Business Chic for the…
We get a mention in RMIT's Student Union magazine, Catalyst, in an article about cycle chic in Melbourne, along with our friends Papillionaire and Humble Vintage.
Spring has sprung! We celebrate the new season with some fabulous new items featured in our latest e-newsletter.
Dwell Magazine in the USA liked our new Cycle Signs in their Friday Finds.
Blog Quiet Paws is inspired to get back on her bike thanks to Papillionaire and our Cherry Straw Deluxe Shopper.
A lovely being loved our photoshoot with Marianne from Esme and the Laneway by Jono Winnel.
Fathers Day is 5 September this year - your Dad deserves some style! Check out our e-newsletter for some unique gift ideas.
Fashion, beauty and lifestyle website Rescu love our cute I love my bike bell and Dashing Tweeds' Disco-bright reflective legwarmers.
Marianne from Esme and the Laneway is one of the most stylish cyclists we know. Here she is looking spring-like in the middle of winter with the Beatrice Holiday Harriet Handlebar bag.
Brisbane bike blog City Cycle liked our products, such as the range from Kitsch Kitchen.
Grab the August edition of Brisbane's map magazine and check out CycleStyle on page 12.