shopping guide

Wiener Radl Chic – Einkaufshilfe // Vienna Cycle Chic – shopping guide

Geschäfte in Wien // Shops in Vienna


stilrad°° Vienna, 1
Stadtradler Vienna, 4
Bicycle company Vienna, 6
Fahrrad cooperative Vienna, 6
Elektrobiker Vienna, 7
City biker Vienna, 7
das Radhaus
heavy pedals – cargo- & transport bikes
Radlager – beautiful street bikes
Rad-lader Cargo Bikes

Fahrräder // Bicycles
Abici-Italia – Italien producer, Holand style bikes, bikes by pantone colors, [it]
Aurumania – Golden race bikes [us]
Azor – Holand style bikes with front rack [nl]
Batavus – Holand style bikes [nl]
Bella Ciao bikes [de]
Cigno – La Bicicletta [it]
Pelago [fi]
Biomega – danish high tech bicycles [dk]
Bertelli . Biciclette Assemblate [us]
Elektra Bike – Holland style bikes[nl]
Fresh tripe bikes – retro & vintage [uk]
Globe bikes – modern style city bikes [us]
Hawk Classic – cruiser bikes [de]
Pashley – classic british bikes [uk]
Public Bikes – modern style bikes [us]
Retrovelo – classic modern Bikes [de]
Vanilla bicycles – retro bicycles [us]
Velorbis – Danish retro style bikes[dk]
Umberto Dei – classic italian bikes [it]
Orco Cicli – italien producer [it]
Pedersen bicycles [dk]
Ri:’saikl simple race bikes [dk]
Cykelmageren reduced bicycles[dk]
Bella Ciao bikes [de]
Antbikemike – hand made bikes [us]
Cinelli racing bikes [it]
Civia bikes [us]
Skeppshult bikes [us]
Steelwool bicycles [ca]
Viva bikes [dk]
Van Moof [nl]
Schindelhauer bikes german high tech [de]
Fixie Inc – cycling for heros [de]
Johnny Loco – Beach Cruizer [dk]
Cooper bikes [uk]

Spezielle & Elektroräder // Special & E-bikes
Elmoto – german e-bikes [de]
Giant – hybrid bikes [de]
PG – Bikes – e-bike [de]
Electrolyte – e-bike [de]
Maderna bikes – mini, buggy, e-bike, etc [at]
Kalkhoff – E-bikes [de]
Velorbis – Danish retro style bikes all as e-bikes[dk]
Gocycle – E-bikes[uk]
Stromer – E-bikes [ch]
Metallhase – social tandem [at]

Falträder u.Ä. // Foldable & small bicycles
Brompton – foldable Bicycles [uk]
Strida – foldable bikes
Big fish bike – foldable bikes[us]
Dahon – foldable bikes [us]
Moulton [uk]

Transport- & Kindertransporträder // Cargo & kids transport bicycles
[2 wheels] Larry vs Harry, Bulletin – Cargo bikes [dk]
[2 wheels] Madsen cycles – long frame bikes [us]
[2 wheels] Onder water fiets – special tandems for kids [nl]
[2 wheels] Xtra cycle – long frame bike [us]
[2 wheels] Urban Arrow – 2 wheel bike with power [nl]
[2 wheels] Rad-lader – 2 wheel bike [at]
[2 & 3 wheels] Fiets Fabriek – nice holland style kids cargo [nl/de]
[2 & 3 wheels] Bakfiets – holland style kids cargo [nl]
[2 & 3 wheels] Johnny Loco – also as E-bikes [dk]
[3 wheels] Nihola – danish kid transport 3 wheel bike [dk]
[3 wheels] Christiania – classic 3 wheel cargo bike [dk]
[3 wheels] Trio bike – modern 3 wheel kids bike [uk]
[3 wheels] Sorte Jernhest – special 3 wheel cargo & kids bikes [dk]
[3 wheels] Velorbis – 3 wheel cargo & kids bikes [dk]
[3 wheels] Veleon – 3 wheel cargo that tilts [de]
[3 wheels] Butchers & Bicycles – 3 wheel cargo – e-bike with tilt [dk]

Kleidung // Clothing
[Clothing] B spoke tailer
[Clothing] Womens cycling wear Downtown Betty
[Clothing] T-shirts by Darkcycle
[Clothing] Modrobes recycled bike wear
[Clothing] Hell yes
[Clothing] Nau – Cycling wear – worldwide shipping
[Clothing] Outlier

Accessories
[Bells] Bicycle bells
[Saddles/Bags] Brooks
[Saddles] Lepper
[Shoes] Quocpham
[Locks] Abus
[Bags] Chrome Bags
[Bags] Zwei-bags
[Bags] Pocampo
[Bags] Touxy Strida

[Bags] Basil Bikebags
[Bags] Ortigiano
[Vasen] Bicycle vase
[Basket] Front bicycle basket
[Basket] bicycle baskets
[Basket] Nantucket baskets
[Accessoiers] Bags, Locks, Lights, Tools,etc
[Accessoiers] Mission Workshop bag, shoes, clothing
[Accessoiers] Couture Cruiser

Geschäfte International // Shops international
Bishops cycles [uk]
The bicycle story[uk]
Stilrad [de] Berlin, Frankfurt, München Wien & Zürich
Adeline Adeline in NY [us]
Mum look no hands in London [uk]
two wheels good [de]
the bike collection [dk]
vela cite cafe [portugal]
Fixie Shop [ch]

Gebraucht Räder & Online  // Second hand & Online
Online platform Willhaben.at

Zalando – Bike

Wir freuen uns über Kommentare und Tipps für neue Produkte!
We’re happy about comments and suggestions for new product!

14 Responses to shopping guide

  1. Peter Marschalek says:

    hy,finde es echt schade das simplon und ktm nicht gelistet sind! lg peter

    • Paul says:

      Was nicht ist, kann ja noch werden. Die Liste hat sicher keine Vollständigkeit lieber Peter, es kommen ja auch täglich neue Marken dazu. Deshalb sind wir immer glücklich über Tipps.

  2. Bikesexual says:

    hallo

    wir machen Gürtel, Schmuck, Accessoires und Haushaltsachen aus alte, kaputte Fahrradteilen (u.a. Mantel und Schläuche) schau auf unsere Website, oder wir haben auch sachen am Yppenplatz. und im Fahrradhaus usw.! http://bikesexual.blogsport.eu

    könnt ihr auch die website auf eure liste stellen?
    danke:)
    und alte fahrradmantel (rennradmantel), besonderes farbige, sind willkommen:)

    • LuQman says:

      Very cool chain cover. Haven’t seen that before.When I was in Sweden, I didn’t see very many cyticsls. It was very bike-friendly though. Old town (Gamla Stan) seemed more walkable.

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    • Alex says:

      One thing to consider is the dasnitce between the outside of the lock nuts. Traditional fixed wheel bikes have this size at 120mm. If your frame has this dimension then, allowing for chain line, a fixed wheel will fit into your machine.If the frame is made of half decent steel, the rear drop outs can be cold set. Make sure that the drop outs remain square.Talking of drop outs, you will need at least semi vertical drop outs so that chain adjustments can be made. Traditional fixed wheel bikes have track ends that are horizontal drop outs’.You can’t use a chain tensioner with a fixed wheel bike.You will also need a single chain ring. These can be converted from a multi geared chain set and I would advise the purchase of suitable chain ring bolts for a single chain ring.Chain line is very very important. It will probably involve a different sized bottom bracket and or chain ring spacers.Don’t do it for style as you probably won’t enjoy it. Fixed wheel riding is a totally different way of riding a bike that uses different skills and a different mind set.

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    • Anisgnhap says:

      Real riders don’t park the bike just ’cause of some snow or ice You can ride year ’round, but I’ve found dual pusopre bikes are easier to handle in the slushy stuff. If you can ride on dirt/sand then you can ride on snow. Remember that you’ll have to bundle up against the windchill. Electric clothing is great if your bike has the charging capacity for it. You can also get anti-fogging stuff for your helmet visor. If you want to race everyone and treat the roads like your own private race track, fill out your donor card now. You WILL die! If you have some self-control and practice your observational skills and defensive driving, you’ll likely do fine. Just realize that no matter your record, just because you’re young insurance will be more, especially for a sport bike. But your cruiser shouldn’t be a premium killer, especially if it’s under 1000cc and paid for. In ’82 when I got my first bike (19 years old) my insurance was $12 FOR THE YEAR. Part of that was that the riding season up north was only 6 months and my first bike was just a 125. Definitely take the MSF course if you haven’t already. Tell the instructor about your interest in winter riding and he should give you some tips. Also, if you can (this can depend on age) rent a dual pusopre bike and take it onto some sand or loose dirt to get comfortable with sliding the rear. And watch out for those dead leaves; they secrete some kind of oil as they decay, very very slick!

    • Ladi says:

      Bruce – Great pictures and a rellay marvelous show. What a wonderful community of folks you brought together. Thanks for that as much as all the great bicycle eye candy. Can’t wait for the Spring show!

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