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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Demo Tour Launch Event at Warm Planet Bikes at San Francisco's Caltrain Station

Recycled bike wheel clothing rack (pictured, below right) available to retailers upon request

Photos by Pamela Palma

Mens Wool Knickers
Tan 100% wool gabardine (including pocket lining)
Features include inseam gusset, keyhole buttonholes, horn buttons, cellphone pocket, knee tabs
$150 retail

Waxed Cotton Vest Pack
Black with maroon trim
Features include convertible flap to double carrying capacity, laptop sleeve, YKK zippers, pleated front pockets, U-lock pocket
$275 retail

Photos by Pamela Palma

Waxed Cotton Raincoat
Available in maroon with orange trim and black with maroon trim
Features include deep back pleat, detachable hood, 2-way YKK zippers
$400 retail

Womens Wool Knickers
Available in black wool gabardine and black with white pinstripe
superfine suiting
Features include inseam gusset, padded waistband, cellphone pocket, keyhole buttonholes, horn buttons, knee tabs
$150 retail

Photos by Pamela Palma

Left: Timothy Bustos, bike advocate, collector, antique bicycle museum curator, City of Davis city planning
Right: Kash and Ted of Warm Planet Bikes

Photos by Pamela Palma

Warm Planet Bikes is located in San Francisco's Caltrain station. Free bike parking is available to commuters. Shop carries a wide variety of folding, commuter, and cargo bikes, including BikeFriday, Dahon and Xtracycle kits. And the complete collection of JoyRider Clothing.

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