The iPhone has a phenomenal GPS mapping function that’s great when you just want to get on your bike to start exploring. But we weren’t able to find any good bike mounts. So we sat down with a partner, drew up the spec’s, and ended up with the Bike Mount.
The Bike Mount features a weatherproof case with a welded touch sensitive membrane so your iPhone or iPod Touch is completely protected from the weather but easily accessible and fully functional.
The Urban Velo merch area consistently sees updates to our stock, with a couple of new DVDs coming in recently. Each coming out of California, No Cassettes and Death Pedal are reminiscent of old skate and BMX films, and add to the relatively new fixed-freestyle collection. Also in stock are the few remaining original copies of Bootleg Sessions Volume 2, along with Volume 3 and Monster Track 8. As with everything else in the store, posted prices include USA shipping.
After some delay, the Urban Velo Store is back and open for business. Along with a new shopping system, we also have new pricing. All prices now include shipping within the USA, with all others paying a flat fee per order. For example, this $10 t-shirt is really $10, shipped to your door. We like to keep things as simple as possible.
Those of you who saw us at NAHBS know that we made a limited edition shirt for the show. It features a high-wheeler handprint on the front, and the Indianapolis skyline on the back. Since we only made a handful of these to begin with, we only have a few smalls and mediums left.
Hanes 50/50 lightweight sand colored t with brown ink, $13 +shipping. Available at UrbanVeloStore.com.
Back by popular demand, the Urban Velo Fear of a Bike Planet T is once again available in a full size run, this time with a limited number of XXL and XXXL shirts in stock. $13+shipping.
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