March 24th, 2012 · Suzie - London · No Comments
Fruity Fixie yum yum!
A still life photographer from Sweden created this delicious bike out of food!
Bike 100% edible ingredients: Leek, kolbaz sausages, regular spaghetti, Swedish rhubarbs, ginger, organic carrots, syrup, lime, lemon, black spaghetti, grapefruit, cowberrys, pear, cheese, whole meat macaroni sticks, cucumbers, sugar, orange and lots of olive oil (extra virgin).
Fabian Öhrn partnered with art director Joakim Hedblad, see more about this on TRENDLAND here
Tags:art · bicycles
March 23rd, 2012 · Suzie - London · 1 Comment
The Work Cyclist – is a beautiful looking site where you can showcase your workplaces bikes!
A celebration of the Work Cyclist. There’s a different kind of relationship developing at work with people falling in love with riding their bikes all over again. We explore how the Work Cycle is beginning to shape the work spaces we journey to.
Get snapping and submit your office’s bike photos today!
Tags:bicycles · cycling
March 31st, 2010 · Suzie - London · No Comments
Hand made and choice of saddle colours available, quite beautiful indeed.
March 30th, 2010 · Suzie - London · No Comments
March 30th, 2010 · Suzie - London · 1 Comment
Great for all your fruit n veg, or make it into a bike ‘window box’!
November 23rd, 2009 · Suzie - London · No Comments
Check out this reclaimed bike rack by cantilever and press from Vancouver.
October 27th, 2009 · Suzie - London · 5 Comments
Spotted in East London, Roman Road, Chris made this for
circus acts and to just get around on, wow!
Tags:adventure · art · custom
October 21st, 2009 · Suzie - London · 1 Comment
Little Dylan rides high with this dad in Victoria Park, London
Want to take your little one out with you then this wee-ride front seat is great. Its a really lovely way to get out in the fresh air and for your baby to experience the great outdoors. It feels really safe and has a padded ‘table’ type rest for your nipper to lean on when tired.
You can use if from around 10 months depending on your childs size, neck strength. (Mothercare stocks it too). The only minor thing is it does make your knees push out to the sides very slightly but, you get used to it and I just push my bum back a bit. I guess you could move your saddle back a bit too.
There is also the SafeTseat thats looks equally as good (although I have not tryed it), but without the leg length adjustment of the wee-ride.
Link to buy the seat www.weerideuk.co.uk
Tags:adventure · fun
October 16th, 2009 · Suzie - London · No Comments
Tags:health · ladies
October 2nd, 2009 · Suzie - London · No Comments
Look splendid on your groovy bike in London Town with Cycle Chic.
Beautiful accessories and bags also a great blog to where you can join
London bike outings and more…
Tags:accessories · clothing · fashion