It offers a collection of art prints that feature the passion for cycling. All of the original designs are limited to 100 pieces, each item being watermarked and labeled with the title and edition number.
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October 21st, 2011 · Anja - Berlin · No Comments
September 19th, 2011 · Meg - Sydney · No Comments
Poster for ARTCRANK Denver 2011
Edition of 30
September 7th, 2011 · Anja - Berlin · No Comments
…”I love my bike!!”
Just stumbled across this on etsy…I think it´s supercute.
May 10th, 2011 · Joanne - Dublin · No Comments
I’m loving these bikes made by Dutch man Herman van Hulsteijn. They look just like a modern take on the classic Penny Farthing bicycle.
Van Hulsteijn originally started as an interior design studio 7 years ago but when he built a prototype of this bike for personal use 2 years ago no wonder people started asking obsessively were it came from and only then he decided to start manufacturing a line of bikes. He’s obviously got a great eye!
Herman van Hulsteijn and his team design the bikes in-shop so they are built just the way Herman wants them. When making a Classic Van Hulsteijn bike, the team begins with cyclone stainless steel frames made specifically for the company that features their trademark frame. Options added to the bike include either the two-speed Sturmey Archer kick shift coaster brake or the three-speed Shimano Nexus with coaster brake and additional gearing choices. For style, the company gives the customers their pick of 3 seat colours, 3 rim colours, 5 standard frame colours and two frame heights.
I want one! For more info and pretty pictures check out their website http://www.vanhulsteijn.com/website/#
April 29th, 2011 · Jess - NYC · 1 Comment
Hand-made wooden bike shelf by UrbanCityBikeShelves on Etsy.com
I believe it was Meg that posted another bike shelf back in September–this piece is obviously similar in design, but comes in a lower price-point ($149 versus $270 for the Knife and Saw version). Both shelves come in Walnut, but UrbanCityBikeShelves also come in Maple and Cherry.
Living in New York where space is at such a premium, I’d love to try one of these shelves out. Sadly, living in a rail-roaded apartment means that pretty much every wall I have is too narrow to even lean a bike against! I’m also a bit skeptical that I’d knock everything off the shelf every time I grabbed my bike in a rush. Curious to see if any of you have had any experience with a similar product?
February 4th, 2011 · Nimzi - Honolulu · 7 Comments
As I’m meeting more girls on bikes during group rides or around town, I realize its a mouthful to get out the available chick-specific opportunities for cycling in Honolulu at a stoplight or in passing up a hill. A fellow lady cyclist suggested making business cards for the Punani Pedal Club and Hub Honeys… so I did! I found a website that allows personal designs to be uploaded, and also offers 250 free prints!
Hope you like it, and maybe you guys can also make some business cards for your bike group!
January 9th, 2011 · Anja - Berlin · No Comments
To be honest, I´ve never heard about grass track racing before, but it sounds like fun.
It must be anyways – with a beauty like this:
more info and pretty pics here.
December 21st, 2010 · Meg - Sydney · No Comments
December 21st, 2010 · Linda - Budapest · 2 Comments
We had a nice market with bike stuffs in Budapest. We got many gift ideas for Xmas! Used bikes, bike parts and accessories – bags, caps, U-lock dresses, recycle jewelry, belts, stickers…..
December 16th, 2010 · Meg - Sydney · 1 Comment
Christmas came early for me this year, I was stoked to receive my super custom Blicksbags in the mail today! It’s beautifully made by Madeline and the team based in Cleveland using sustainable materials and methods. I love my recycled vinyl patch with the CMYK markings, as a designer it’s perfect for me. I’ve been after a smaller bag as I usually fill my Crumpler bag with a million things and end up with a stiff neck. I took my Pica for a test drive down to the beach, it’s light and comfortable, stays in place and I can fit way more in than I expected I would. Camera, phone, Ipod, DVD’s, chunky wallet, water bottle, sunnies, a lock, keys and I had room left to spare. Even though I’m trying to cut down on carrying so much stuff around whilst riding, my first instinct was to try and fit as much in as possible, old habits die hard I guess! I’m really pleased with my new bag, thanks so much Madeline, you’ve made my day!