A bike can be a great means of conveyance but wearing appropriate gear's a must, lest your pants get caught in your gears, or the Hong Kong Express guy you stole it from grab your hammer loop. For a store dedicated to bike-friendly fashion, hit up Chrome NYC.
The West Coast cyclists have finally opened a sibling to their San Fran B&M, a yawning, concrete-floored, factory-steezed joint lined with product, b&w bike photos, and cycle-obsessed flat screens, and sporting a shoe alcove, a stitchwork/sewing station, and, on the ceiling, a bag conveyor belt, though no diabolical buzz saw for killing the messenger. The only East Coast place you'll find their full line, goods include durable, skid-resistant kicks from slip-ons to side-zip hi-tops; performance tees, hoodies, and outerwear; and currently-in-store-only items like their gray Natoma pants, sporting articulated knees and reflective branding, though any brand that doesn't reflect something really isn't much of a brand. They've also loaded up on signature bags, from waterproof roll top backpacks with laser-cut "unbreakable stainless steel hardware", to messengers like the mid-sized Citizen, with its 1000 denier Cordura shell avail in endless color combos and sporting an independently suspended weatherproof truck tarp lining, plus a seat belt buckle strap that doubles as a bottle opener, a design flaw that may explain why its no longer part of a car.
Taking it to the next level, bags can be customized in the shop, from the style of the buckle strap, to personalized patchwork/stitching, though figuring out exactly what the Cantonese symbol for "Never Gonna Catch Me!" is up to you.