Gorgeous and elegant to go with all your dresses and skirts this holiday season and beyond. Durable lace Tights to accompany you from the office, onto your bike, to the theatre, on that date, or to pack in your bag for your adventures abroad. They'll outlast your regular nylons by a mile, even months.
55% Cotton, 41% Nylon, 4% Spandex
Machine wash inside out, warm or cold water. Hang to dry
100% sourced and made in Canada
Be seen, be stylie and keep cozy & dry in these water resistant & wind resistant leg warmers with reflective details.
Pull them on over your pants on the way to the office, or over your lacy stockings on your way out on Friday night - these wool blend leg warmers are bonded to a breathable water & windproof membrane, and then lined with a fuzzy fleece to keep your legs warm and protected from wind and rain. They also have a reflective stripe on the back for visibility at night. And, they are long, so your beautiful gambs can stay cozy all the way up to your thighs. Easy to pack in your bag, and easy to put on and take off - Walk, Run, or Bike, any way you travel, be warm and be seen.
Machine wash inside out. Warm or Cold, gentle cycle.
100% sourced and made in Canada
Armwarmers with attitude. Wear them for style. Wear them for warmth. Wear them three different ways depending on the outfit and function.
A great piece to put on during your morning and late evening commutes from wherever you going to or coming from, and easy to store in your bag when you get to where you're going.
Each pair is either one-of a-kind or small run.
Made from reclaimed, recycled and upcycled materials.
Fabric content will vary.
Machine wash inside out, warm or cold, gentle cycle
On sale $110.00 $99.00
The perfect midlayer for the crisp, cold weather! Streamlined, style, function and comfort, the no. 2 Riding Hoodie will travel with you during your upcoming journeys this season and beyond. Through in the city, the mountains, on a board, on a bike or by foot, the no.2 Riding Hoodie will keep you cozy and dry through it all.
100% Thoughtfully sourced, and locally constructed
88% Nylon / 12% Spandex
Machine wash inside out. Warm or cold, gentle cycle.
Riyoko's April's Sister Cyclist is Laura Roberts. Laura and her family bike everywhere, and their cycling ways have grown through different stages of their children's growth. Cycling as a family may not seem doable, but as Laura and her family know, it absolutely is. For many people it may just be where to start? I know I wouldn't know where to begin. I had too many questions for her to fit into one blog post, so I split the interview into two parts. In Part I, we get to know Laura through own her experiences in cycling. And later this month, in Part II, we'll talk more about her experiences cycling as a family and as a cargo bike family.
Blanka Bracic is riyoko's March Sister Cyclist. She is 'making Calgary a more liveable and humane place by improving the walking and biking experience'. She is a transportation engineer that works with the City of Calgary, and she is a well-spoken advocate for alternative transportation. As with all of Riyoko's Sister Cyclists, she is truly inspiring.
Sister Cyclist is back! This month, Kim and Kayley from Commit to Commute are featured. Kim and Kayley decided to begin riding 365 about a year ago, and then this past winter they decided to blog about it. It is an informative, honest and refreshing read about their inaugural winter cycling season experiences. I took the opportunity to ask them a few questions about their take on their journey so far this winter, and a couple other questions I was curious about.
June's Sister Cyclist is Amy Weik. We were introduced to Amy through BFF Bikes, one of the wonderful shops that riyoko collaborates with in the U.S.