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Our red and cream dream ladies bicycle, Velorbis Dannebrog, has been featured in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of Det Nye (The New) magazine, the biggest and most popular fashion and lifestyle magazine in Norway.

Dannebrog is in good company, listed in the Top 10 must-have fashion trend items for 2010, highlighting that bicycles are the perfect fashion accessory to complete a look, alongside the usual luxurious essentials such as bags, shoes, jewellery, etc.  The added bonus of a bicycle such as Dannebrog is that it’s an exquisite multi-purpose accessory, not just bling and is timeless, lasting way longer than one season.

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Our red and cream dream ladies bicycle, Velorbis Dannebrog, has been featured in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of Det Nye (The New) magazine, the biggest and most popular fashion and lifestyle magazine in Norway.

Dannebrog is in good company, listed in the Top 10 must-have fashion trend items for 2010, highlighting that bicycles are the perfect fashion accessory to complete a look, alongside the usual luxurious essentials such as bags, shoes, jewellery, etc.  The added bonus of a bicycle such as Dannebrog is that it’s an exquisite multi-purpose accessory, not just bling and is timeless, lasting way longer than one season.

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Daily Candy, the website dedicated to finding the very best in style, food, fashion and fun from all over the US and London, gave a great review of the Velorbis Mobii tricycle. The article highlighted Mobii’s effectiveness as a safe and healthy family transport alternative for parents and kids to enjoy, and a cool cargo bike too.

“The Euro innovation just hit our streets and holds up to two tots in a cushioned, harness-equipped carrier box positioned up front.”
According to the Daily Candy Kids article, the Mobii trike “leaves the competition in the dust.”

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Daily Candy helps its followers “live the sweet life”. The Mobii trike certainly delivers a ‘sweet’ cycling experience.

See more news from Daily Candy.

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We’re proud to see that our unique Velorbis wood carrier crate has been featured on the cool trend spotting blog, Design Watcher by influentialfreelance writer Lizzie Garrett who describes our wooden storage beauty as “precious cargo”.  Our wood carrier crate is so practical and easy to fit with it’s convenient quick fastening system – it’s perfect for bicycle connoisseurs who appreciate luxurious design and want to ensure that their ‘precious cargo’ is transported safely from A-B in style.    

Read more about Lizzie Garrett’s interesting blogs on Design Watcher.

 

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We’re proud to see that our unique Velorbis wood carrier crate has been featured on the cool trend spotting blog, Design Watcher by influentialfreelance writer Lizzie Garrett who describes our wooden storage beauty as “precious cargo”.  Our wood carrier crate is so practical and easy to fit with it’s convenient quick fastening system – it’s perfect for bicycle connoisseurs who appreciate luxurious design and want to ensure that their ‘precious cargo’ is transported safely from A-B in style.    

Read more about Lizzie Garrett’s interesting blogs on Design Watcher.

 

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Velorbis_Studine_winner_Copenhagen_Cycle_Chic4In December we ran a competition with Copenhagen Cycle Chic to win a gloriously red and cream Velorbis Studine bicycle.  The competition was open to all foreign guests in Copenhagen during COP15.

The competition question: How will you personally commit to a better environment IN STYLE with this bicycle if you win it?

Congratulations to Lauren from San Francisco who is now the proud owner of her Velorbis Studine. Her winning answer was “Hej Studinealiciousness, let us push off together, me, a blur of neutral grace, heels leaving no carbon footprint, and you, my fiery, functional, fabulous muse.” 

Check out these photos of Lauren by Copenhagen Cycle Chic, the epitome of cycle chic on her Velorbis Studine out and about in wintry Copenhagen. The pannier bags pictured are fully detachable and an optional basket can easily be added.  It’s all down to your personal styling and accessory needs. The Studine design is also available in classic black and cream.

We’re glad to hear that Lauren with thrilled with her Studine and look forward to hearing about her many adventures on her red beauty. Read the full overview and see more great photos on Copenhagen Cycle Chic.

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Velorbis_Studine_winner_Copenhagen_Cycle_Chic4In December we ran a competition with Copenhagen Cycle Chic to win a gloriously red and cream Velorbis Studine bicycle.  The competition was open to all foreign guests in Copenhagen during COP15.

The competition question: How will you personally commit to a better environment IN STYLE with this bicycle if you win it?

Congratulations to Lauren from San Francisco who is now the proud owner of her Velorbis Studine. Her winning answer was “Hej Studinealiciousness, let us push off together, me, a blur of neutral grace, heels leaving no carbon footprint, and you, my fiery, functional, fabulous muse.” 

Check out these photos of Lauren by Copenhagen Cycle Chic, the epitome of cycle chic on her Velorbis Studine out and about in wintry Copenhagen. The pannier bags pictured are fully detachable and an optional basket can easily be added.  It’s all down to your personal styling and accessory needs. The Studine design is also available in classic black and cream.

We’re glad to hear that Lauren with thrilled with her Studine and look forward to hearing about her many adventures on her red beauty. Read the full overview and see more great photos on Copenhagen Cycle Chic.

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Velorbis was featured in this great article in the latest issue of Australian Cyclist about urban cycling in Australia, and how Copenhagen cycling culture is influencing this movement and investment in future infrastructure.

Pedal Paradise by Robin Barton talks about “Jan Gehl, the 74 year-old godfather of bike friendly urban design was at the forefront of Copenhagen’s transformation. Now consulted by cities from Melbourne, Perth and Sydney to New York and London on how they can be more like Copenhagen.”

The Australian Cyclist article also talks about how cycling can give a sense of community: “I think people are aware it gives them quality of life. They can move about the city in a different way. They can be part of city life. They can dress themselves in the city.” A lovely way of thinking and a concept that Velorbis endorses.

Read the Pedal Paradise article in Australian Cyclist in full.

 

 

 

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Velorbis was featured in this great article in the latest issue of Australian Cyclist about urban cycling in Australia, and how Copenhagen cycling culture is influencing this movement and investment in future infrastructure.

Pedal Paradise by Robin Barton talks about “Jan Gehl, the 74 year-old godfather of bike friendly urban design was at the forefront of Copenhagen’s transformation. Now consulted by cities from Melbourne, Perth and Sydney to New York and London on how they can be more like Copenhagen.”

The Australian Cyclist article also talks about how cycling can give a sense of community: “I think people are aware it gives them quality of life. They can move about the city in a different way. They can be part of city life. They can dress themselves in the city.” A lovely way of thinking and a concept that Velorbis endorses.

Read the Pedal Paradise article in Australian Cyclist in full.

 

 

 

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We’re really pleased to see that wonderful Copenhagen has been voted number 5 in The New York Times’ recent list: “The 31 Places to Go in 2010”.

It must be all the hip people, green initiatives, fantastic architecture and of course stunning bicycles!

The NY Times says “The Danish capital has already emerged as one of the world’s greenest — and maybe coolest — cities. Copenhageners don’t simply preach the “progressive city” ethos, they live it. Long, flat urban thoroughfares are hemmed with bicycle paths where locals glide around the city.”

Copenhagen sits alongside other illustrious and inspirational locations such as Sri Lanka, Patagonia Wine country, Los Angeles and Shanghai amongst others.

Read The New York Times Travel article in full and get in the mood for springtime travel – remember, that can include cycling too 🙂