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  • http://flic.kr/s/aHsjrJHo8M willow naeco

    Walking: http://flic.kr/p/aCatVJ :)

    • http://www.stevevance.net/planning Steven Vance

      How would people buy this?

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/willownaeco/sets/72157624724351235/ willow naeco

        E-mail to willownaeco at gmail dot com (Etsy shop in the works.)

      • ~wn~

        I went with Goodsmiths. My shop is here: http://www.goodsmiths.com/willow-naeco I can make bottle openers (2-1/4″), mirrors (2-1/4″), magnets (1-1/4″, 2-1/4″), and pin-back buttons (1-1/4″, 2-1/4″, 2-3/8″).

  • @thegratefulone

    Get yer bike off the floor! Eric Peterson’s Trophy Club Custom Handmade Bike Racks. These are superb, great quality. Made in Chicago, in his garage I believe. http://www.trophyclubracks.com/handmade-wood-custom-bike-racks/

    • http://www.stevevance.net/planning Steven Vance

      I’ve added this. 

  • Anonymous

    Heritage Bicycles.
    Bates Crates (local guy, crates made in Michigan. Does that count?)

    • http://www.stevevance.net/planning Steven Vance

      I added R.U.B.S. trailers.

  • Illiniwu

    winter bike tune-ups.  a lot of shops have a package for basic repairs for the whole winter.  off the top of my head, west town bikes has a punchcard for 4 basic tuneup/check ups and rapid transit has a similar package.  cheaper gifts: personalized milk crate (find one off the street, clean it, decorate with metallic markers), reflective stickers, handmade gloves.  

    • http://www.stevevance.net/planning Steven Vance

      I added the maintenance package from Ciclo Urbano. 

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