How One Man is Changing the Cycling Game in NYC

Jake Chessum

In the past five years, New York has become an unlikely cycling town. The Domestique founder Jimmy Phillips wants to help you take advantage of it.

For Jimmy Phillips, a 40-year-old Australian triathlete, there’s no better way to get acquainted with a new city than on two wheels. Yet whenever he used to travel, he found it was too nerve-racking to trust the airlines with his bike. Shops on the ground, meanwhile, tended to loan out lousy bikes. So he took matters into his own hands and founded the Domestique, offering a service he wished exi...

 

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