Sneaker addiction + Cyclist = DZR shoes
We do love our weird and wonderful cycling finds and the new Zurich 2.0 clipless boots from DZR are no exception.
These stylish clipless commuter boots would give any regular high-street style and run for their money but what makes them so great is that they’re specifically designed for cyclists! Using a variety of fabrics and materials such as Nubuck leather and a fat weave canvas DZR has managed to keep the design minimal whilst remaining functional. - Read More
SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — DZR has introduced two new limited edition shoes: The Reflective and The Valencia. The DZR clipless cycling shoes have variable flex shank technology, a sturdy heel stabilizer and recessed SPD cleat design that transitions from walking to riding.
The bike share programs can be considered a stable and integrated phenomenon of mobility in the cities. The idea of bike sharing was born in Amsterdam, in 1965 and it evolved until 1998 when the first city-scale bike share program was launched in Rennes, France.
Since then, the system spread throughout the world and today, almost all major cities propose a similar solution. Wondering which are the best bike share programs in the world? Find it out in our top 25.
Most cycling shoes are pretty sharp, but they’re also decidedly sporty. As cycling becomes an increasingly popular mode of transportation, shoe manufacturers are offering up more products that pedal well, walk comfortably, and look great.
Outdoor and athletic brands have it out for transition. Right now, the bulk of the innovation happening in the space is aimed at eliminating those times between activities and the rest of life, and despite expansive product lines, companies big and small are producing ultra-versatile jackets and t-shirts that can be worn forever (or so we’re meant to think). By now, you’ve heard all the tag lines: city-to-mountain, backcountry-to-bar — the list goes on. Most of these items are the result of improvements in garment technology and are more like iterations on products seen before. Others are the result of true innovations in design and thinking.
Here's a video from our rider Tyler McCaul. He's testing and working with us for a T-max shoe. We'll be soft launching it in 2018.
You can see the stealthy version of the shoes in the video. Awesome rider, cause testing prototypes is no simple job, shoes are always exploding at the seams, but he always has clear and useful feedback. - Read More On Pink Bike