New Honey Bee Caps, Seattle. Makers of fine cycling caps to keep you look’in good on and off the bike.
Cycle Fab LLC, Seattle. We are a machine shop specializing in bicycle frame repair, and custom components and accessories. We are known for our heavy duty bicycle trailers, porteur racks, disc brake guards, cargo bike center stands, and cycletrucks, but our capabilities extend much farther. We perform welding, brazing, forming, turning, and milling on steel, aluminum, and more. Our extensive knowledge of metals, metalworking techniques, electronics, and power transmission systems allows us to design and build complex, precision parts and assemblies for all kinds of custom applications, pedal-powered or not.
Donklelope 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!
Elephant Bikes, Spokane. Steel bikes handmade in Spokane.
Pedal Stretch Breath, Seattle.
Red Boots Designs, Bellingham.
Swift Industries, Seattle. Swift Industries is a bicycle bag company from Seattle, WA. At Swift Industries we make bicycle panniers, randonneur bags, and saddle bags from start to finish by one of four accomplished seamstresses. Each of us are adventurers, designers, and makers in equal measure. The Swift Industries showroom highlights our line of bags in addition to select bike-camping gear, and maps and guides.
T Leatherworks, Seattle.
Telaio Clothing, Seattle. Specializing in wool bicycle clothing for men and women. A refined yet utilitarian design plus highest-quality construction means you can wear Telaio clothing anywhere and everyday, looking and feeling good both on and off the bicycle.
Urban Bee Co., Seattle. Since 2009, Urban Bee Company has been cultivating a local ecosystem of bees, plants, and humans. Through chemical-free hives, bicycle delivery, and habitat restoration, we’re growing healthy bees and resilient communities in the Pacific Northwest.
New Velo Transit, Normandy Park. We design and build all Velo Transit waterproof laptop cycling backpacks and panniers at our workshop in Normandy Park, WA (Seattle suburb). Our open feedback policy allows us to talk directly with fellow cyclists to get your feedback which guides our design decisions and helps us develop backpacks and panniers that fit your needs.