How to Look Fly on Two Wheels, Whatever Your Budget

Whether you favor two wheels over four, or you’re just going the extra mile to keeping your white kicks out of harm’s way, we’ve got the situation handled. Veering down the cycle lane has never looked so good, so we’ve curated all the best gear you can buy to give your rides some flex appeal.

From the best on the market to affordable alternatives, plus our personal favorites, we’ve got you covered from the frame right down to your bell. You’ll find a mix of the best cycling brands, such as British heritage specialists BROOKS England and Japanese minimalist bike manufacturer tokyobike, as well as some dope bicycle-specific Supreme drops on the resell market.

Check out our full selection below and lock them down by clicking on the links.

This bike from CLSC and Solé features the first ever fully-reflective frame. Illuminating when light is shined on it, as well as looking fire, it’s a safer to ride at night, too.

The graphite frame on this beach cruiser from Critical Cycles has got us in a spin. You don’t need us to tell you it’s rare to see bikes that look this fly at these kinds of price points.

We’re a little bit obsessed with tokyobike’s clean designs. Teaming up with New Balance for a C-series footwear line, the matte-finished bike that came from the collaboration screams premium.

With classic roll-top closure, this bag from Japanese label Namica takes the iconic cycling pack to the next level with a hyper-durable CORDURA® woven body, finished with leather detailing.

Everyone cycles in Denmark, where RAINS originate, so no wonder it’s home to some of the best gear out there. This wallet-friendly matte-black option is weather-proof and super practical for work, with its dedicated laptop pocket.

Brooks England is pretty much bossing the cycling game. Starting out with vintage-style leather saddles and handlebars, their range of backpacks have gained style kudos on and off the bike. This perforated leather number has our jaws dropped.

This bright orange head guard from Swedish label POC was made with the collaborative expertise of the Cannondale Pro Cycling team and the WATTS Lab, for optimized speed and safety.

Simple yet smart, this Giro piece is classic in appearance without compromising on comfort. It’s lightweight, super durable and easily adjusted, so everything you need in a helmet, really.

Italy-designed, this BROOKS helmet is chic AF. The clever, accordion-like design not only means its foldable — reducing in size by 20 percent — but super breathable as well.

Go from casual rider to member of the elite peloton with these polarized Prizm™-lensed shades, which maximize contrast while also enhancing visibility on the road.

Snapbacks have nothing on this chic baby-pink cap, which has a polka-dot pattern on the upper brim and signature stripes underneath, plus chic Café du Cycliste branding on the right side.

Using COOLMAX® fiber engineered for moisture management while on the pedals, these white socks by cycling brand Pas Normal Studios look as good in action as they do with your favorite pair of Vans.

Your cycling trip just got lit, literally. This front light is rechargeable via USB and beams bright enough to be seen from up to a mile away.

If you don’t want to fork out for a new saddle, covering your existing one is the next best thing. Spoke’s seat covers come in a number of different styles, but we like this geometric ‘Nove’ pattern best.

Granted, these side mirrors are probably more necessary for the cyclists whose heads you’ll be turning with your new cycling gear, but they’ll also make your ride look pretty fly.

Once you have a bike to be proud of, protecting your wheels from theft is priority number one. The Kryptonite New-U Evolution Series 4 uses a hardened steel shackle with a drill-proof cylinder.

We only usually feature zip ties on this site when they’re attached to an OFF-WHITE sneaker, but this reusable one is an easily transported alternative to admittedly more secure U-locks.

What do you get when the OG of bicycle security meets the king of streetwear? This Supreme x Kryptonite U-lock, we guess. In signature Supreme red coloring, it’ll be the envy of everyone at the bike racks.

Regular visitors of Highsnobiety will be familiar with some of Supreme’s wackier releases (see their pinball machine and money gun, for a quick intro). This one is a flex yet practical way to stay pumped.

This dope bell is made from premium materials, is corrosion resistant, and has a high-pitched ring that cuts through the noise of passing cars, so you’ll be king of the road.

Celtic Blu’s Bluetooth speaker makes it easy to blast out your favorite new releases without plugging into your headphones. Get it in time for the new Kid Kudi album.

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