Scene & Heard: Ouroboros Goods

By That's Beijing, September 12, 2019

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Ouroboros Goods is a retail shop specializing in a range of goods from bikes and gear to trendy Freitag bags and products by The Bulk House, a zero-waste shop that unfortunately closed their brick-and-mortar Gulou location a while back, but have been living on through their online shop and other local small businesses. 

Set in a newly developing strip next door to Big Small (so you can grab a hot cup of joe after shopping), Ouroboros Goods most notably stocks ultra-trendy Brompton bikes, iconic for their foldable design. There are several color variants of the British-brand bicycles to choose from here, along with customizable seats and other accessories you can buy in-store to deck out your new ride. 

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The new store is already a part of the Beijing community, teaming up with Tribe to organize a bike tour to the hutongs and back last month – with some participants getting a chance to take a Brompton bicycle for a spin. 

[Images by Valerie Osipov/That’s]


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