Back To College Wheels

London is a burst with cyclist; Goldsmiths, Queen Mary, Kingston are some of the top cycling universities in the city of London. This year more students embark on high learning courses at universities around the globe with that more student use to travel by bike around their universities chosen town, city, state. Here some of  my top simplyglamx wheels:



tumblr_mbvgdtJ0XV1raxf1mo1_500LINUS Based out of Venice, California, what makes these bikes great is their streamlined shape. For commuter bikes, this shape swell as leather seats and leather-wrapped handles comforts the rider. [Quality bike for the quick pedlar Brian on his way to Economics School]


tumblr_n8t230re6g1r3hbd2o1_500SHINOLA Based in Detroit, Shinola hand-assembles every bike, proving again and again that American manufacturing is still some of the world’s best. Old school shape with a handy but fashionable basket at the front. [Perfectly pretty for Mrs Laura Law @ Law School]


2f212d169f98f4eeb226285b857c8ba6PASHLEY Since 1926, this British company has been turning out some of the most iconic old-world bikes around: Like the types with gorgeous baskets attached to the front that are laden-down with fresh flowers and bread. You can still buy into the dream (or the very least, an accessory, as they sell those separately). [Fashion savvy Sam and Flora friend Becky recommendation for partners in crime who study together in Leeds]

Scout Regalia

tumblr_n8x8kpbB1P1tb93uso1_500SCOUT REGALIA While Scout Regalia partnered with a bike maker in Philadelphia creates pretty stunningly bikes. Its super simple with just enough flourishes, like a worn-in leather seat, and a removable front rack. [ Great weaver through hills and Valleys of Glyndwr]



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