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With bike share programs in cities like New York, Washington D.C., and San Francisco, biking has become many people’s commute of choice. And while biking is eco-friendly, good for your health, and even cathartic, every bike commuter faces an issue when it comes to their attire. You could wear your regular khakis and oxfords, but if you do, you better be prepared to run into your next meeting drenched in sweat.But don’t you sweat (literally) — brands like Levi’s and Rapha have now designed commuter-friendly apparel that breathes to keep you cool, and dries fast to keep you looking office-appropriate. Whether you’re into a denim on denim look, or are going for something a bit more preppy, here are three looks that’ll have you looking chic on and off the wheels.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
For a large percentage of the population, a new year means new resolutions. From eating right to working out, these personal promises often involve an element of improving one’s health and wellbeing—so why not work towards your goals in an amazing outfit? Whether you’re planning to perfect Serena Williams’s backhanded serve, or are striving to plié as poised as Misty Copeland, here a five workout-worthy outfits that’ll have you sweating in style. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Researchers from the University of Arizona in Tucson have established a direct link between the use of bicycle helmets and head trauma. The researchers conducted their study by using data from the US 2012 National Trauma Bank, which had collected files from 6,267 patients who had suffered head injuries following bicycle accidents. The results show that the small group that did wear head protection presented a 58% reduced odds of suffering from severe head injury and 59% reduced risk of death.