Five Ways to Put a Smile on a Cyclist's Face

With cycling rates increasing across America, it's probably a safe bet that you know and care for a bicyclist who would be ecstatic to receive one of Fast Company's "safe, stylish, and fun" gift ideas this holiday season.
December 12, 2012, 9am PST | Jonathan Nettler | @nettsj
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Morgan Clendaniel plays Santa's little helper with recommendations for five gifts to make biking more safe, stylish, and fun. He spotlights a threatening looking bike light that's unlikely to be stolen, a glowing belt to increase visibility, a bike for children that expands as they grow, and a bell that looks and sounds nothing like a bell.  

Finally for those who have yet to purchase their very own ride, Clendaniel suggests, "signing up with Liquid, a company that lets you do peer-to-peer bike sharing in cities across America. If you want to try out biking, this is a good place to start. If you’re a tourist in a new city, you’ll get a much nicer and classier bike than you would find at your standard bike rental outfit. And if you have a bike that often sits idle, it’s a good way to make enough cash to afford, say, a glowing bike belt. You can sign up here."

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Published on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 in Fast Company Co.Exist
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