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The Green Life: 4 Cool Bike Accessories

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May 17, 2013

4 Cool Bike Accessories

Wearable Bike PlanterIt's Bike to Work Week, which means you have the perfect excuse to spruce up your bike with these unique accessories!

Wearable Bike Planter:  We've seen an old bike repurposed as a giant flower planter, but what if you could just strap a plant to your bike and take it with you on your daily adventures? Well, now you can! Check out this petite bike planter and other adorable planters that you can wear as accessories.

Bicycle Wine Rack/Beer Holder: We don't advise drinking and biking, but this gadget could come in handy if you're headed to a party or barbeque this spring. Don't bother trying to squeeze these beverages into your purse or bag, just head over to Etsy and get your bicycle wine rack or beer holder for under $30!

Fluorescent Wheel Lights: These are a must-have for all after-dark cyclists. Brighten up the streets with these fluorescent wheel lights. The MonkeyLectic lights provide nearly 360-degree visibility and last up to 20 hours on AA batteries. Get yours here.

Bike Rack/Bookshelf: Looking for a cool way to store your bike inside your home? Invest in a stylish bike rack, which doubles as a bookshelf, and let your ride act as an accent piece in your living room or hallway. Check out a list of options here with prices that range from $95-$300. 


--Image courtesy of WearablePlanter 

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