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About Melissa

Walking in high heels made my feet hurt. There had to be a better way. So now I bike around San Francisco trying to look as stylish as possible. In a helmet.

Does that spoil the effect?  Pshaw!

Me = INTJ according to those ersatz Myers-Briggs tests you can take on the internet.

I'm a Silicon Valley townie, but I've also lived in Honolulu, Portland, Nashville, New York City, Milan, and Florence. San Francisco has been my home for the past couple years and I've fallen in love with the city all over again.

I have a background in Fashion Design and native advertising. BikePretty is my full-time labor of love.

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About Kelly

Kelly is the kind of girl that does it all and looks good doing it. She's happy to spend hours getting dressed for a garden party, and just as delighted to get hot & sweaty biking all the way there.

This one-time professional street style photographer (and current vintage expert) earned her cool-hunting bona fides on the mean streets of Paris, about as far as you can go from her native Seattle.

She currently lives in London with her bike-mechanic main squeeze.

Peruse Kelly's archives here.


About Bike Pretty

Inspiration for how to ride a bike & look pretty.

  • For fashionistas who want to learn about chic cycling.
  • For cyclists that want to take their style into a higher gear.

Most of all Bike Pretty is a source for people who want to look as good as they feel while riding their bikes. Visit often to find outfit ideas, bicycle styling, product reviews, tips & tricks, and events where you can celebrate cycle style. Get all dressed-up and put the fun between your legs.



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