Entries Tagged as 'bicycles'
October 10th, 2012 · Nimzi - Honolulu · No Comments
Honolulu’s first BIKE PROM was a collaboration event by KVIBE, The ARTS at Marks Garage, The Kickstand, Bike Shorts Hawaii Film Festival, Sau Hsu, Dieter Runge, Ambika, HNL Bike Polo and Malia Harunaga. additional support by Jonathon Lott, Cycle Manoa, Jeremy Pang, Dylan Botelho, Jonathan Lau, and Sergio Garzon. Gratitude to all the bicyclists who allowed for their bicycles to be displayed. all photos are copyrighted by Jonathon Lott, Malia Harunaga, Ilana Nimz, and Michael Keany. For the bike month feature, the art gallery was full of floating bikes from all genres of cycling, had pictures from ladies bike events, and artwork by fellow riders relating to bicycles.
The KVIBE kids provided a bike valet service:
Jade rocked a full-on prom gown (she really biked in it!)
The KVIBE kids made an arch out of bicycle parts!
Assorted cute bike “Prom Pics”
And some pics from the Bikes @ Marks show
Tags:art · bicycles · cute · exhibition · gallery · tall bike · tandem
August 24th, 2012 · Sari - Jakarta · 2 Comments
source : vk.com
Tags:bicycles · illustration
July 1st, 2012 · Sari - Jakarta · No Comments
Taman Menteng, Jakarta
big glowing smile! 1st place winner, Mr.Mad & Sam Koweb
- What do you get when you hangout with friends, riding bicycles, seeking clue for the right city statue landmarks as check points and in pairs? yup in pairs!. This very fun spontaneous event called “Kamseupay Elyket”. All team up in pairs and race to get check points in some of Jakarta Landmarks Statues, Mr.Mad & Sam Koweb won the 1st place, good team work gain awesome prizes and a very big smile.
This event supported by Jakarta Fixed Fest, ID-Fixed, ARFX, Woof, Cyclonesia, FuFuFu,Fixed Bandit, Sumvelo, FXFW and Jakarta Bikerack.
photo by John Navid
Tags:alley cat · alleycat · bicycles
June 29th, 2012 · Sari - Jakarta · No Comments
Tags:adventure · alley cat · alleycat · bicycles
May 23rd, 2012 · Anja - Berlin · No Comments
April 19th, 2012 · Sari - Jakarta · No Comments
One of my favorite picture of this week! This is the sweetest thing, can’t beat the fun of afternoon ride, the lovely Mom & Daughter snapshot. These are Screamingsonic and her baby girl Mariam, cruising along the carefree breeze in Kuala Lumpur.
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 22nd, 2012 · Sari - Jakarta · No Comments
a glimpse of view around my neighborhood, sup guuuurls!
March 6th, 2012 · Nimzi - Honolulu · 1 Comment
The nonprofit organization KVIBE (Kalihi Valley Instructional Bike Exchange) has ordered a custom made cargo bike by Portland, Oregon company Metrofiets to make their mechanic program mobile. The plan is to extend their warehouse beyond the building by traveling to nearby schools to teach underprivileged youth about bicycles, on a bicycle. Before heading to its final home at KVIBE, the cargo bike did a bit of sightseeing and racing! KVIBE coordinator Sau Hsu pedaled me around Honolulu and beyond in the cargo load for a few great adventures.
Photo Stop: Waikiki Beach!
You don’t need a cargo bike to transport giant things in Hawaii.. bicycle surfboard racks do the trick!
The bike poses with Olympic swimmer Duke Kahanamoku
Sau pedaled the cargo bike with me in it for a 12.8 mile time trial over rolling hills and through the rain.. epic!
View from the rainy cargo hold
Sau being a champ, suffering up the final hill to pedal me into my first place female mountain bike finish!
The cargo bike is at its new home in Kalihi Valley, about to go on its first official work-related ride on March 17th for the Great Kalihi Cargo Haul. The ride will promote youth cycling by providing up to 100 helmets for kids and encourage the children to work on the land, with the ending point at the Kokua Kalihi Valley nature preserve, Ho’oulu ‘Aina.
Tags:adventure · bicycles · custom · quirky · race