Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend Recycle a Bicycle’s 18th birthday party. The attendance at this year’s bash as compared with last year’s was significantly higher – an indicator of the progress happening for safer streets. It was a friendly group of New York City...Read more →
I saw this video a week back and it blew my mind and made we wonder how the carbon bike didn’t crack in half. Enjoy! Read more →
The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer here in NYC. According to a coworker, everyday we are loosing five minutes of sunlight…how fun! If you are looking for a unique & additional way to light your bike as the seasons change, check out the following wheel lights. Nite Ize Spokelit...Read more →
It’s been awhile since I mentioned Fast Boy, a local NYC bike builder on the blog. For those of you that have seen my wooden fenders, he made them and I almost love them more than my Surly. Fast Boy bicycles are some of the most beautiful handcrafted bikes. They are a throwback to...Read more →
Spotted this “grown” bicycle design over at Kateoplis via Daily Beast. It has a unique, funky design which caught my eye. entry, called the Ajiro, is a bicycle style transport that’s composed of bamboo – but with a twist. Rather than going through the complicated process of steaming and bending bamboo...Read more →
Just saw this post on Swissmiss and found it to be stunning! Joseph Griffiths creates a bicycle drawing machine.
I could spend hours on this thing.Read more →
There are more attractive ways to store all those bikes in your house rather than hang them from basic hooks in the wall. If you are looking for other options, check out this bike shelf post from Chris Brigham on Swissmiss earlier today. Love it!
Made from solid wood (in this case, Walnut) and suspended...Read more →
The sculpture, which resides in Santa Rosa, California, was built by artists Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector, and cost $37,000 to build.Read more →