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
They’ve got a giant space, complete with a PDW basketball hoop
The meeting loft with a lookbook featuring articles about their awesome products
Office for the important business stuff with Erik
Great rooftop view of the city
Ping pong table.. most important room in the place
Additionally, PDW is the home of the only Circulus in the world!
Fantastic PDW classy unique product picks: Danger Zone Light, Takeout Basket, 3wrencho
Please check out the website, read their blog, get a cool light… etc.
Cheers to Dan for the tour!
All the tour riders in their matching attire gather for the final day of their ride
In good tree humor, the ribbon to celebrate the beginning of the ride is cut with a Stihl chainsaw, complete with the protective equipment donned over the spandex
Rolling out of Holladay Park
Some happy Ride for Research participants
Beautiful Oregon day
Nearly finished with the Tour
And a Tree themed ride would not be complete without custom made wooden bicycles!
Through the Tour des Trees, the TREE fund raised over $500,000 for grants and scholarships to improve knowledge and technology regarding trees. Next year, the tour will be held in Toronto, Canada.. hopefully I can make it to the whole tour and that some of you may participate as well!]]>
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Couchsurfer Diane joined us while visiting Hawaii, borrowing Louise’s bike
Jade being excited about Sau’s organization represented on his new team jersey
My friend Smiles decided to join the ride after a long day at work
Molly relaxing before biking home
Diane poses with the wonderful photographer of the Punani Pedal ride, Mike Keany
Sau trying out the safe version of Firedancing with light sticks
Amazing group picture from Christmas Tree Park in Kaimuki
Thanks Michael Keany for documenting the ride with the wonderful photo memories.
Thanks to the lovely people that showed up and hope to see more Hawaii ladies on upcoming rides!]]>
Taman Menteng, Jakarta
big glowing smile! 1st place winner, Mr.Mad & Sam Koweb
This event supported by Jakarta Fixed Fest, ID-Fixed, ARFX, Woof, Cyclonesia, FuFuFu,Fixed Bandit, Sumvelo, FXFW and Jakarta Bikerack.photo by John Navid ]]>
if you have not yet viewed the women’s prestige, here it is:
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.
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
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!]]>
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.]]>
Happy 2nd birthday to my coffee bike! Oooops I almost forgot about this today but look how far this has come! It’s been awesome years since I’ve started my bike café at Circles Nagoya on Valentine’s day in 2010 and met so many nice people through my coffee bike. I love how my coffee bike has documented my life and united friends all over the world.
♥ Thanks to all my friends and my coffee lovers from all over the world for your lovely support and making miracle happen on my coffee-bike. I hope to get to see you all soon. Danke + Thank you + ありがとう♥ LOVE YOU ALLLLLLL!!
It’s been almost one year since a massive earthquake and tsunami hit Tohoku in Japan. Cielo (by Chris King) and Sim-Works (from Nagoya) collaborated on making the frames as Tsunami Memorial Bikes.
Text via Cycle EXIF
On the 11th of March 2011, a magnitude 9.0 undersea megathrust earthquake occurred off the coast of Japan, causing 15,846 confirmed deaths, tsunami waves that reached heights of up to 40.5 metres and a World Bank estimated economic cost of US$235 billion, making it the most expensive natural disaster in world history.
It has been reassuring to witness the world uniting around Japan at this devastating and crucial time. Chris King and his Cielo brand have collaborated with their Japanese distributors, Sim-Works, on a limited edition cyclocross bike, with all profits from their sales directed to support of the relief effort.
Chris King needs no introduction: many of the world’s bikes are equipped with his hubs or headsets, but less well known is the fact that he’s also a frame builder of the highest quality, applying the same high standards of engineering to his road and cyclocross frames as his Precision Components. You’ll notice the prominence of the date, 11.3.11 on the frame and forks, a poignant reminder of not only the catastrophic day but also as a call to action to the great and resilient people of Japan.
Only 5 of these frames have been made: the Extra Small size has been sold already, and, at the time of printing, there are only 2 models left in Small and 2 models left in Medium. Secure your chance to contribute to Japan’s relief effort and own a finely tuned and specified cyclocross bike from a legend of cycling, Chris King: contact Cielo in the United States or Sim-Works in Japan.
Thanks Adam for sharing and featuring this bike!
Check out Cycle EXIF, you will find lots of cool bikes in this website.]]>