Rapha Wool Cap - Made from luxury merino wool, the Rapha Merino Hat offers much needed comfort in cold riding conditions. The natural fibre wicks sweat from the head to keep you warm and dry and the hat is fully reversible. Can be worn under a helmet, $55 at your local Rapha Cycle Club and at Rapha.cc

Flat Flag T-Shirt - Support your local bike shop! In this case that’s King Kog Brooklyn. This Black Flag inspired t-shirt might not protect you from flats, but it will help you celebrate the folks that fix your flats and tune up your bikes. 22$ at kingkog.bigcartel.com

Nau Wool Jacket - We love this super insulated wool hoody. Made with durable Merino wool on the outside and a super soft recycled poly fleece on the inside. With its high chin coverage and clean, fuss-free design, this hoody will be your go-to layer all season long. $200 at Nau.com

Big Sexy Hair - Fight helmet head and greasy commuter bangs with this power duo from the drugstore shelf. The Powder Play adds a ton of volume and texture to restore whats lost on your commute. The Volumizing dry shampoo zaps grease and sweat, perfect for post laps when you can’t wash your hair. $9 each, Available at Target and Target.com

Timbuk2 Femme Bags - This is the classic, three panel style reinterpreted to create a clean, modern look with the same legendary functionality. The Satchel Backpack has unexpected details, like our plush phone pocket, lined with faux fur. Invest in this classic style with super functionality  with the Satchel Backpack. $398, at Timbuk2.com

Fabric Frame Mount Bottles - Hydration will never be the same. This revolutionary cageless water bottle completely does away with the need for a cage by mounting directly to your frame. Perfect for ‘cross and time trials. $15 at Fabric.cc

ICNY Merino Gloves - Visibility at night is always in style, and nothing is more fundamental than merino. ICNY combines the two in these perfect cool weather gloves for cyclists. $45, at store.hypebeast.com

Matador Blanket - The pocket blanket is a thin, lightweight, durable, water resistant blanket that easily folds up small enough to fit in your jersey pocket or backpack. It’s an emergency poncho at ‘cross race, and ‘courtesy towel’ for getting out of bibs. $25, at thegrommet.com

Fabric Scoop Saddle - Undoubtedly the most beautiful saddle at this price point. The Scoop saddle is designed to provide flexibility and great ergonomic feel for all genres of cycling. Starting with a unique flexible base, vacuum bonded upper and custom design rail, the Scoop is proven to be the perfect balance of comfort, performance and simplicity. $80, at Fabric.cc

Rapha Essentials Case - Ideal for training and social rides, this robust leather case is perfect storage for vital cycling items. The zipped case easily fits a spare tube, multi-tool and protects your valuables from the elements, $65, Available at your local Rapha Cycle Club, and at Rapha.cc

Custom Coke Bottles - Few things are more iconic in cycling than Coca Cola. Celebrate the history of the sport with custom coke bottles, $5 at shareacoke.com

Fjallraven Backpack - Originally designed for Swedish school children in 1978, the Kånken has since become one of the most iconic backpacks around the world. Made from durable Vinylon F fabric, which repels moisture better than any other synthetic fabric, the Kånken is unparalleled in its functionality and design. $75, at Fjallraven.us

Detours Handlebar Bag - The Glovebox is an accessory case, navigation assistant and travel wallet all in one, with interior loops and card slots to keep essentials organized. Its functional top window fits larger smartphones. The bag’s three hook-and-loop attachment straps wrap securely around any size handlebars and stem, and a detachable wrist strap makes for easy transport plus style points at brunch. $32 at Detours.us

Brunton Charger - Brunton's Resync features dual USB output and has an integrated solar panel for recharging in emergency situations. The Resync is weatherproof and shock-proof. It features a low profile design and has an output that is ideal for powering personal electronics like smartphones and tablets. $80, at Brunton.com

Castelli Gabba Jersey - By now most if use have heard stories of pro teams training in Gabba, but hiding the Castelli logos from their current sponsors. The Gabba is phenomenal because it keeps out the elements while offering excellent breathability and great stretch for a perfect fit. The short-sleeved version is light like a jersey yet protects like a vest. It’s deceptively warm yet doesn’t overheat in moderate conditions. $179 from Competitivecyclist.com

God and Famous Socks - We adore this iconic NYC brand, and think their team socks are where it’s at. $13 at GodandFamo.us

ICNY Socks - You can never, ever have enough reflectivity while training at night, or while commuting home from work. The Zig Zag half calf and Logo socks are two of our favorite looks, available at ICNYsport.com

Got A Girl Crush Lapel Pin - Community is at the heart of everything we do here at PDF, which is why we think this lapel pin from our friends at Got a Girl Crush is an absolute must! We have always been huge fans of GAGC, and their celebration of rad women everywhere. We think this pin in pretty damned awesome, and would properly accessorize any commute. 11$ at shop.gotagirlcrush.com

Levis Commuter Jeans - Iconic style and excellent functionality at a fantastic price point. The women’s commuter collection offers a ton of options for women who ride all the time. The jeans are water resistant, have a reflective detailing in the cuff, and hold up beautifully over time. A staple for any stylish cyclist. $88 at Levi.com


Timbuk2 Hip Pouch-  The FEMME Fanny is anything but basic with its beautiful leather trims. In addition to its fashion-forward look, it's equipped with details for a pleasant bike ride, like the vista loop for your light for when you're riding in the dark. Wear the bag slung across your body or across your waist as a hip pouch. $198 at Timbuk2.com