Last Spring 2013 Pedalers Fair Exhibitors
The AgBag Project, Orcas Island. The AgBag Project up-cycles used irrigation tubing (drip tape) collected from farms to create a variety of bags. The styles range from messenger bags and backpacks, to handle bar baskets. Mostly a one man show, everything is hand built on Orcas Island, WA.
Alleycat Acres, Seattle. Alleycat Acres exisits to (re)connect people, place + produce through transforming underutilized urban space and creating a network of neighborhood run farms. In other words, we make farms happen.
Babecycle, Seattle. Babecycle produces urban cycling clothing and accessories to encourage more women to use a bicycle as part of their daily routine, both as an environmentally responsible means of transportation and for the overall benefits to health and mental well-being.
Bombus Bikes, Seattle. The Latin genus name, Bombus is derived from the ancient Greek bombos (βόμβος), meaning a deep humming, buzzing, or booming sound.A frame shop dedicated to the individual needs and desires of everyday cycling enthusiasts. We build custom steel bicycle frames ready for all your amazing riding adventures.Our frames are handmade to order in Seattle with care and attention to detail that only a craftsman can offer. Our utilitarian designs are elegant, simple and durable. Like the bumblebees who share our name these bikes are sure to create a buzz on the streets.”
CosMoe Craft, Seattle. I have been lucky enough to find my passion and transform this passion into a trade. I’ve been a leather worker for over 10 yrs. CosMoe Craft is about creating pieces of art that are useful and unique. I believe in making wearable art, that makes you feel good, that ignites your imagination! Its functional pieces of art. Everything I make is re used, up cycled and handmade.
Cyclefab, Seattle. Cyclefab is Colin Stevens, Garth L’Esperance, and Michael Nazaroff. We are a machine shop specializing in custom bicycle frames, components, and accessories. We are known for our heavy duty bicycle trailers, porteur racks, cargo bike center stands, polo frames, and cycletrucks, but our capabilities extend much farther. We perform cutting, welding, brazing, forming, turning, and milling on steel, aluminum, and more, and constantly work to expand our knowledge and capabilities. (the link above goes to Colin Stevens independent website)
Donkelope Bikes, Bellingham. From lands carved by ancient glaciers, an ornery creature emerged to shred our landscape we see today. Donkelopes were thought to be mythical, yet there have been more and more eye witness accounts of these creatures roaming our roads and trails, as well as in our cities. Every donkelope is different. Some carry cargo, some like to go fast, and there are several that race. Do not be afraid to approach a donkelope. They don’t bite, but have been known to buck! If you want a real close look, contact Greg.
Green Lite Heavy Industries, Mercer Island.
High Above, Seattle. High Above was born in 2011 from an obsession with Japanese backpack brands, such as Porter, Master-Piece, Harvest Label and the various vintage American brand re-releases. Combining this passion with hiking, backpacking, cycling and other outdoor activities, High Above was born.
Hinderyckx Bikes, Seattle. Bikes are pretty much the best thing ever.
I enjoy riding, building, talking about, thinking about, looking at, smelling, fixing, getting lost on, breaking, jumping, cornering, shredding and pedaling bikes.
Fat tired bikes. skinny tired bikes. bikes for getting there. bikes for riding down stairs. bikes for hauling your stuff to a picnic. bikes for escape. bikes for work. bikes for going fast. bikes for getting awesome. bikes for hustling. bikes for adventure. bikes.
Ask Me about my story. Its good.
Hub and Bespoke, Seattle. At Hub and Bespoke our mission is to support the urban cyclist who uses her/his bicycle as transportation. We offer items that uniquely meet the needs of the city cyclist’s traveling to work or an evening out. Clothing cut for movement, designed for comfort, with a dash of urban style.
Independent Woodworks, Seattle. For the love of bicycle! Protect your walls and securely hang your bike on a bike shelf made by Jesse Knutson of Independent Woodworks, a custom furniture company in Seattle, WA. Basing his classic modern designs on contemporary and clean function, Jesse creates original custom work for residential and commercial use.
Iva Jean, Seattle. Iva Jean is a bike fashion and lifestyle brand that provides functional and fashionable clothing – encouraging women to incorporate biking into their everyday lives. Their garments are designed to be flexible, durable, and timeless – the foundation for any street-to-bike wardrobe. All of Iva Jean pieces are constructed of high quality materials and produced in Seattle.
Pedal, Stretch, Breath, Seattle. Pedal, Stretch, Breathe evolved from Kelli’s experience teaching yoga and riding her bike. In this accessible and friendly book she offers yoga postures that support everyday cyclists. The book also looks at the intersections of yoga and bike philosophy. I am currently working on the second expanded edition of PSB that will be coming out later this Summer.
Red Boots Designs, Bellingham. Based in Bellingham Washington I am an independent printing and design business. I do all of my designs and printing myself, using American made, sweatshop free clothes whenever possible. I also recycle and use soy based cleaners in my shop. I am inspired by everyday things all around me.
Smithcraft Designs, Olympia. An intermittently active jewelry studio in Olympia Washington that specializes in bicycle and nature themed jewelry and accessories. The brain behind the barrage is Kina Smith, bicycle mechanic, tinkerer, and incurable Alaskan.
Swift Industries, Seattle. Swift Industries is a four-person bicycle pannier company in Seattle, Washington. We design and hand-make bicycle panniers and accessories from the very first snip to the very last bolt. We love bicycles, relish adventure, and have deep admiration for high quality handcrafts.
T Leatherworks, Seattle. I am a Seattle native, been riding bikes since I was a kid. Love to customize my bikes with influences of old French porteur bikes to the English style with cool accessories like Brooks. Gave up my car in 97 and have been riding ever since. I love leather and wood on bikes. It gives them a gentleman or lady like style and class. So I went and made a set of fender flaps, thinking “that back splash sucks!” After coming up with a design I put them on and slowly started getting a buzz.
Telaio Clothing, Seattle. Classic and functional men’s and women’s wool bicycle clothing. Handmade in Seattle and built to last.
Toast Tea Threads, Olympia. Wool cycling caps and apparel. Keeping heads and ears toasty in the Northwest! Ranging from adults to infants, Toast Tea Threads is a good fit for the whole family, and don’t forget your friends.
Urban Bee Company, Seattle. Urban Bee Co. delivers honey, hive products and wildflower seed by bicycle (beecycle) to greater Seattle. We manage Certified Naturally Grown hives in community gardens and offer educational and mentorship programs revolving around bees and bicycles.