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Café du Cycliste x agnès b. | The Story. Inspired by the everyday lives of ordinary city people, Agnès creates clothing that effortlessly blends style and comfort, redefining the idea of fashion.
Classics Challenge: A Parisian Promenade. Every month, 300 Parisian cyclists meet at the KM0 bike shop, a few meters from the Arc de Triomphe. The idea is simple: ride as a group for 100–200km.
Café du Cycliste x FabBRICK. We are excited to announce FabBRICK as another partner in our drive for a sustainable future. Paris-based FabBRICK transform unrepairable, damaged or unwanted products into material ‘bricks’.
LOOK Cycle | Pedalling Innovation since 1983. At the forefront of innovation in cycling technology since 1983, LOOK Cycle began manufacturing frames and components for racing bikes in the 1950s. But it was in fact a skiing accident in 1960 that acted as the catalyst for the company’s innovations in pedal technology.
Ride of the Month: April. It’s officially spring, the clocks have swung forward and the Port of Nice is waking up. Bleary-eyed deckhands scrub and polish the big yachts, and little painted dinghies bob gently. Jérôme Cousin, espresso in hand, is discussing his love for ‘slower’ riding since he stepped out of the pro peloton last year.
Bike-Packing Conférence - Riding Above and Beyond. French bike-explorer Axel Carion wheeled into town last Thursday night to discuss his feats of ultra-distance cycling across the globe. Axel’s stories of adventure also included advice on kit and equipment choices, plus the all-important bike preparation.
From Paris to Nice (And Back Again). From Paris to Nice, Café du Cycliste is now residing in both cities, places with deep cultural and sporting history. And the idea that the pro peloton marks the beginning of the spring season with Paris-Nice, the Race to the Sun, seems even more poignant.
Ride of the Month: March. Every Spring brings an enchantment here in Provence, when the famous yellow Mimosa trees bloom on the Tanneron and in the Esterel. Located just a few kilometres from Cannes, the massif overlooking the Mediterranean is ablaze with gold, exhaling a sweet scent of honey and vanilla.
The 2022 Review. It’s been a big year for Café du Cycliste, inside and out. We want to take a few moments to celebrate some things we’re proud to have seen and done in this year of radical design and outside adventures.
Café du Cycliste supports Smart Shelter Foundation. Smart Shelter Foundation operates in the poorest countries on the planet, covering more than a billion citizens who live in countries exposed to cataclysms and earthquakes, their credo is to ‘promote and improve natural building techniques, collaborate and share knowledge, everyone deserves a safe house.’
Adrien Liechti: Beyond the Mountain. Adrien Liechti seems to be in his absolute element whenever he’s outside on a bike. A whirling phenomenon of endurance and speed, we spent two days with him near Geneva, where he lives in-between racing around the world.
1% for the planet: Cyclotrope, cycling in all its forms. Based in Nice, Cyclotrope is first and foremost a Bike-School. It teaches children and adults through collaborative workshops to get back in the saddle, educate how to safely ride in traffic and carry out mechanical repairs, in a friendly and fun environment.