World Bicycle Relief and London based bicycle cafe / bar / workshop Look mum no hands! have collaborated to create a stem cap that will help make a difference to the lives of people across Africa.
The subtle and stylish stem cap (aka headset cap) is available in stealthy black or racing red for £10 in LMNH cafes and online. All proceeds go to World Bicycle Relief and it’s a product all types of cyclists can buy to help mobilise people through the Power of Bicycles.
“After a chance meeting with the charity on a bike ride in 2014, we knew we wanted to support the amazing work they do… But we weren’t sure how. A bicycle is a beautiful thing and although many of us spend time and money making our bikes look good, there’s not much of it that you can see once you’re in the saddle. One part you can see whilst riding is your stem cap, a little disk that sits on top of your fork’s steerer tube. We decided to utilise this part to create a subtle and stylish alternative.”
– Matthew Harper, one of the owners of Look mum no hands!
We’re incredibly grateful to Look Mum No Hands for helping us raise funds to put even more bicycles into the hands of those that need them most”
– Stephen Cromwell, Development Director, World Bicycle Relief UK.
Buy your stem cap from the Look mum no hands! website
Look mum no hands! was established in 2010 by Lewin Chalkley, Sam Humpheson and Matt Harper and is one of the original bicycle cafe / bar / workshops with locations on Old Street and Whitechapel in London showcasing the owners’ passion for bicycles, coffee, pies and craft beer.