Freitag began making bags in 1993 from used truck tarpaulins, discarded bicycle inner tubes and car seat belts, resulting in beautiful, graphically unique backpacks. Brompton began building folding bike for urban transport and more in 1976. These two brands worked together recently on a backpack that attaches to the Brompton and we think it’s pretty dang slick. See the full drop and all the info at Brompton.
Can’t say I’ve seen this before!
We often hear the term “fashion vs. function” and this collaboration epitomises this juxtaposition beautifully.
Brompton teamed up with designer Vespertine to create a bike collection that represents New York City, including reflective bags and accessories to help keep you visible while riding the streets at night. Expect more information to be live at Brompton shortly.
We all know when it comes to bicycles, sometimes blacker is better. Brompton releases their new Black Edition and before you judge folding bikes, I highly suggest you head to a dealer and try one out. Does anyone else want to see this thing with gumwall tires?