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Bicycle baskets were not the first product Wald invented. Rather, it was a bicycle tire repair tool. But it didn't take long for Grandpa Ewald and Uncle Herman to recognize what a difference the bicycle basket could be.

Nobody quite remembers exactly when or why, but one day Grandpa Ewald and Uncle Herman decided it was time to move on. The little shop Wald Cycle Company grew up in served the brothers well. The people of Sheboygan, Wisconsin loved their two-wheeled citizens, but Grandpa and Uncle Herman needed something new. A new product idea was always welcome, but this itch needed a bigger scratch. They had greater aspirations for their business.

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Latest News

November 24, 2013
"My Vacation Riding a Bike" Photo Contest Winner
"My Vacation Riding a Bike" Photo Contest Winner

Congratulation to Erinne Goodell! 

October 28, 2013
257 Ewald’s Multi Fit Front Rack
257GB (Black) Ewald’s Multi Fit Front Rack

Now available, the Ewald 257GB Multi-Fit bicycle Rack – perfect for carrying packages, backpacks, and other items that can be strapped down (see ROK straps).

October 28, 2013
1392WW (zinc) Woody Front Basket
1392WW (zinc) Woody Front Basket

When classic functionality combines with modern elegance, the result is the Wald #1392WW Woody Basket with hardwood slats.

September 17, 2013
1392 Front Basket
1392 Front Basket

Our popular #139 baskets now come with 2-piece adjustable legs and are available for purchase in our web store.  These shallow baskets are great for carrying notebooks, boxes and other articles that lie flat.

Momentum Magazine

September 30, 2014
Leah Shahum

Melissa Balmer, Director of Women on Bikes California/ PedalLove.org, talks with Leah Shahum, who after 12 years is stepping down as Executive Director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.

September 22, 2014
Five Great Bike Shops

A growing number of savvy entrepreneurs are changing how we buy bicycles.

Urban Velo

October 2, 2014
Give 3 Feet
With the implementation of the 3 Feet Law in California, the Orange Country Transportation Authority released this humorous PSA about sharing the road. I like it, but WHY OH WHY did they make the cyclist look like he time traveled from the 80s? Still..point made.
October 1, 2014
Issue #44 – Available Online
Contents include: Fixed Gear Freestyle—It Ain’t Over Yet, New Courier Renaissance, News and Views, Future Bike, The Cincinnati Bikeway Product Spotlight, Interbike and Eurobike Coverage, Product Reviews: Brompton, Kryptonite, Chrome, and more, City Report—Milwaukee, ISO Tire Sizes, Biking With Isa, The Piano Pedaler, and I Love Riding in the City. Download it for free, purchase [...]