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1. Designed in California's Marin County, where the sport of mountain biking was born, the Marin Lucas Valley hybrid is great for the pavement or bike path. The upright positioning and flat handlebar let you take in the sights, while the carbon-fiber fork (the piece that holds the front wheel) helps absorb the road vibrations as you enter into warp speed. ($860, Marin Bikes)

2. All helmets sold in the United States must pass the same safety standards, so you might as well wear one that's pretty, like Bell's Ice Violet Bella FS. It has 17 vents to keep you cool and a detachable visor for sunny days. ($35, Bell Helmets)

3. Ride longer and beat that postride sore butt with a comfortable pair of padded shorts. Terry's T-Short is made with a chamois absorbent foam pad to keep you dry. It's available in black, blue, and gray, with a 5-, 8-, or 10.5-inch inseam. Tip: Go commando to avoid underwear seams that dig into your skin while you ride. ($70, Terry Precision Cycling)

4. The Mary Jane-inspired Sonoma 2 from Specialized takes you from saddle to Starbucks with style. The smooth soles, which are great for walking, are a removable cleat cover you can pop off when you're ready to graduate from regular flat pedals to clip-ins. ($75, Specialized Bicycle Components)

5. Removable sleeves, wind-resistant and water-repellent fabric, and a zippered rear pocket that doubles as a stuff-sack make Pearl Izumi's Vagabond Jacket a weatherproof wonder. It also has an easy-to-access chest pocket to stow your cell phone, ID, and some cash, and also includes a cozy microfleece inner collar. ($110, Pearl Izumi)

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