Bike Fashion Trend- Dressing Your Bike for Rainy Days
GOUDA, The Netherlands, May 11, 2010/PRNewswire/ --
- Dutch Lifestyle Brand BikeCap Conquers Europe and US
Only three years ago, the Dutch company BikeCap introduced
caps that guarantee a dry bike saddle and 'make you smile'. That is the
central idea behind the brand, owned by designer Carla van Niekerk. She
designed the caps in dedicated themes and colours, inspired by the
trends in fashion. The caps vary from red and white polka dots to
multi-coloured flowers. Thousands of bicycles in the Netherlands are
'wearing' the bike fashion item with the well-known orange label.
The company is expanding rapidly and the brand is getting more
and more popular in Europe and the United States. Dressing your bike is a
trend that brings urban mobility lifestyle closer to the world of
makes it much more fun.
The success of the BikeCap collection is partly based on the
fact that one can 'dress' a bike in a personal style. However, in the
place it's a practical item; it protects a saddle or a bike box from
The many themes and colours make the product popular amongst a wide
and the bike caps are now available in a special version for children.
Urban mobility meets bike fashion
After the introduction on the Dutch market, BikeCap is now
the European and US market. Consumers like the bike caps because they
you and your bike stand out from the crowd, and because they are
stylish and cheerful. Using a bike for day to day transport is getting
popular. This trend is visible in agglomerations and big cities all over
world. Cycling guarantees flexibility, freedom, and it keeps your body
Soon after the bike cap, the box cap was introduced. The numerous
bikes with a bike box as seen in Amsterdam, and among other Dutch
were dressed with a box cap in no time. The latest item is the pillow,
can be attached to the back of the bike so children can sit comfortably.
the Netherlands, the Pillow is a big hit amongst young urban families.
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Source: BikeCap BVEditorial note: BikeCap BV, Ania Piechota, firstname.lastname@example.org, Telefoon: +31(0)182-515-457