Asia Archive

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Japanese girls ride in style

We haven’t had these kind of posts in a while so here it is. Not only girls from Japan ride  fixed gear and bmx but they ride these bikes in style. Never ending cuteness. Via

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SAGlife Messenger-M Bag

The following is a result of legendary skater and artis Mark Gonzales collaboration with Japanese bag maker SAG. This messenger bag only available limited time from STLESS

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Krop pedal straps

With fixed gear and cycling in general being more and more popular every day, we see more and more small independent companies popping up all over the world with some cool looking products. Here is one such example. Small Korean company Krop makes some cool looking handmade pedal straps out of recycled materials. So many stiles and so many colors to choose from… I think I will go for leopard white.

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LED Backpack for cyclists.

Cool idea from Lee Myung Su Design Lab : LED lights on a backpack with a control panel. This backpack works in two modes: driving mode and emotion mode. In driving mode LED display works like stop lights and turn signals and in emotion mode you can display emoticons. I’m surprised I haven’t see more of these LED backpacks for cyclists already.

SEIL bag by Lee Myung Su design lab from Ben on Vimeo.

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Benny Gold Sag Bag

Here is a preview of a cool little project from Benny Gold. This is a finished product of a project between Benny Gold and Japanese bag maker SAG. Looks pretty cool from what we can see. Wouldn’t mind rocking that while biking around  town. Hope we will see more info and pictures of this project very soon…

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Chari & Co concept bike and car.

Check out this custom concept bike from Chari and CO NYC. Bike colors were matched to a car project “Smart For Four Car” in Japan. Check out their Flickr account for more pics of both bike and a car. Via doobybrain

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Kaostem Happy Face

Japanese company Kaostem Productions will be releasing new these cool kaostems spring 2010 to the market. So far no pricing but I wouldn’t mind picking up couple of these.

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Tokyo to Osaka

In the summer of 2009, 13 cyclists from Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco took their fixies to the Land of the Rising Sun for an ambitious undertaking: A 350-mile tour from Tokyo to Osaka. Their goal (along with survival) was to experience a more intimate kind of travel and make a documentary of their adventure. After watching these videos… I want to do this type of trip so bad…. For more info click here.

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Big in Japan…

Fixed gear/ single speed is very big in Japan. It’s not uncommon to see fixie chicks riding around Tokyo. Love their style with a Japanese twist…

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Crazy Japanese girls

Japanese did it again. First its crazy shows now this, though I do dig Asian chicks on bikes.

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