New colours, new concepts, same old German goodness. In this Friday Feature, we’re showcasing the new Commuter Daypack which we reckon looks the goods while staying waterproof.
As part of our store relaunch, we’re offering $10 off Ortlieb products. Enter code ‘WINTER10’ at checkout to enjoy. Check Instagram for details on how to get an additional $10 off 🙂 Terms and Conditions apply. Celebrate with us!
With winter in full swing, we’re lighting up our nights working on a new storefront. Won’t be long. Launching soon.
It’s National Poetry Month! We are celebrating our love for bikes and poetry. These will touch you. They will make you cry and smile. You will fall in love.
To celebrate a successful #SuitRide in Sydney we’ve got A$15 store vouchers up for grabs. Read on to find out how you can get in! (Photo: Scott Carver Architects)
Bells. Often the most unsexy thing on a bicycle, especially those of the carbon roadie derivative. Like it or not, you’ll need to get one, because it is now mandated by law. In today’s Friday Feature, we suss out 4 desirable bicycle bells you can buy in Australia. Ping on, people.
Having worked part-time as a pushbike courier in the Sydney CBD while I was in uni, I’d experienced first-hand the pedigree of the Ortlieb Messenger Bag. It does exactly what it was designed to do: fetch your stuff from point to point in terrible weather conditions with no dramas.
Now, why would an ordinary commuter like you and I need such a heavy-duty backpack just to get places? We’ll give you three reasons why.
There’s something about German engineering: quality, finesse and attention to detail that we love. Designed and manufactured in Heilsbronn, Ortlieb is no exception. In this tell-all review, we go back to the basics and explore the mechanics of the German designer’s bread and butter: its Quick-Lock system.
We thought that from time to time, it would be nice to have a space to share our lives, knowledge and of course, review products. Bicycles are so fascinating really: each one is characterised by the rich history of cycling and there are always finer details to pick on. We love that bicycles are people-powered.
When we’re not riding our bikes we enjoy reading about them. As a first post, we thought we would introduce three sites that we could absolutely spend hours on.