There may be a slew of new cyclists on the road this summer for reasons other than the beautiful weather. Whether you’ve mastered Moab or just enjoy cruising around town on your vintage Schwinn Breeze, if your apartment is littered with half-read New Yorker magazines, this is exciting news for you.
Retro, a Portand Oregon company known for its artistic inspired apparel, will be debuting a pair of The New Yorker-print jerseys in June. For the men, your pecs will push through a 1929 Art Déco cover illustrating a bike race by Theodore G. Haupt. And for the women, a 2008 cover by Ana Juan (pictured here) that cars on the road won’t be able to miss. Will we see you and your snazzy jersey on the Brooklyn Bridge in four months? [FastCompany]
The co-founder and editor-at-large at offMetro, Lauren is a sustainable travel specialist and freelance journalist with frequent bylines in National Geographic, Bicycling Magazine and Shape. Follow Lauren’s adventures at @laurenmati.