We chose it because
If you pass by Tokyo you can't miss a stop. In a market flooded with cheap bikes, they have managed to build a community passionate about very trendy custom bikes, without special labels, simply cool bikes. They have opened an online store that I recommend you visit to get ideas, the company manages three stores in the Japanese metropolis. The beginnings of Blue Lug, however, lie in the blog and the following online store. Bicycle lover Toshi actually comes from the fashion industry. About 15 years ago he started selling imported messenger bags on his web blog. Only a year after starting her blog and subsequent site a small shop was added. “Many Blue Lug customers also wanted to touch things and try them. The shop quickly became a meeting place for like-minded people," says Jag. A year later complete bicycles were offered for the first time. After more than ten years in the bicycle business, Blue Lug is now on the market with more than ten complete suppliers of bicycles and frames (in steel) from niche brands, Japanese or American to the closer European Brompton and Cinelli. Its shops and workshops are above all a meeting point, with an adjoining café or restaurant. Useless to add that they inspired Bikespices, I therefore decided to pay homage to them with these fantastic reflective triangles, which are all the rage in Tokyo and I hope they will drive you crazy too.