3 Top Commuting Accessories for Cyclists

March 20, 2015

by Peter Reese
3 Top Commuting Accessories for Cyclists

Whether you dodge traffic like a slalom skier or you meander down a shaded bike path, simplify your commute with three smart picks from the pedal pushers at Active Junky. Pick one or all three: a horn/light combo, a smartphone handlebar mount and/or a stylish and warm cap.

ORP Smorn: Riding with Common Senses

ORP Smorn

Some summon piercing lips-and-tongue whistle to alert motorists.  For the rest of us, the rechargeable ORP offers 76dB courtesy or 96dB warning sounds at a proven get-heard-in-traffic frequency.  A sweet “flipper” activates dual 70lumen LED lights, making this a top selection for urban and suburban riders with skin in the cycling game; ORP it instead of ERing it.

Best For: Protection against distracted drivers, cyclists and runners.

NiteIze Handleband

NiteIze Handleband

When sorting through model-specific smartphone mounts grows tiresome, turn to NiteIze. This beefy connector takes phones with or without cases, even doubling up as a pump attachment point.  While it requires two hands to manage, the Handleband’s price, durability and flexibility let you power past many other options; enjoy the bottle opener integrated into the aluminum frame, friend.

Best For: Recreational riders and commuters.

Walz Wool Cycling Cap: New Spin On Classic Headwear

Walz Wool Cycling Cap

These 100% wool, USA-made caps are easy fitting and available in tweeds and plaids, subtle and bold. Walz is the real deal for use under a helmet or on its own. Compared to light cotton or poly imitators, this one’s kilometers ahead on road or over the weekend.

Best For: Cyclists who love Belgian cobble classics and riding their own style.

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