“I have to think of tricky ways to wear my skirts so that I don’t just look like I’ve stepped off a bike. The tying of the knot is a favourite at the moment.” – Sharon.
The photos in this Treadlie Street blog series were taken for the new urban cycling mag Treadlie. Some images get into the mag and some don’t. We’ve loaded them all so you get to see all the people who generously got off their bicycles and gave up their time for good cause. The Bike In My Life thanks them.
Leggings have to be the ultimate biking pant with their sleek unruffled look, stretch fabric for maximum moveability, and they can be combined with tops, frocks or jackets to create any style, for any occassion.
We just love Adventure Pants by Australian label Captain Robbo.
We’ve paired the Adventure Pants with WE’AR tops, made from natural fibers and manufactured by family-run clothing houses in Bali.
The garments use 100% certified organic cottons and plant-based dyes are used wherever possible.
Inspired by travels in Gambia and Senegal, Neisha Smith’s collection is a vivid and bold tribute to the spice and colour of West Africa.
Featured fabrics from One Love have been hand-dyed in Gambia and Senegal with 5 per cent of all sales going towards building sustainable artistic business for the Bakau, Gambia community.