Archive for the 'Cool bikes' Category
It’s worth checking out Alain Delormes’s photos of Chinese cargo bikes and the people riding them.
A reader just pointed out that the original site (Huffington Post) updated their site to clarify the photos are digitally altered. It did look a little over the top . . . .
It’s from a NY Times article on Honduras that has nothing to do with bicycles. But what a mysterious, powerful photo. And a girl on a bike in a Central American country, that’s forward progress at least.
Keener Custom Cycle Works from Chris Wagganer on Vimeo.
Eleven years ago the machine in the above video was stolen, but I learned it has just resurfaced in Phoenix, and it’s designer/builder/rightful owner will be picking it up and bringing it home.
You might recognize one of his other designs here.
The GABA Bike Swap is my third-favorite bike event every year after the BICAS Art Auction and Cyclovia. Tucson Bike-Realtor Greg Yares puts a lot of work into organizing the bike swap and it shows — it’s a wonderful event that you really kind of need to attend if you haven’t been before. [...]Read More..>>
For Christmas in 2009 I bought myself an Azor/Workcycles Transport bike from Dutchbikeseattle.com. Now that I have had it for a year and ridden it nearly every day, I thought I should write up a review.
First of all, this bike gets an awful lot of attention. I get complimented on it just about [...]
There’s a great story on www.examiner.com about some folks in Yuma coming down to BICAS to get ideas on how to make such a thing work in their city. (BICAS, of course, is Tucson’s bike-repair collective.) They remarked on the line of people waiting to get in before the doors open, and concluded [...]Read More..>>
Check out this righteous post on Tucsonbikebeautiful.blogspot.com of historical photographs of bikes in the Old Pueblo! Whoa!
I’ve been riding my new Azor Workcycles Transport for about a month now. I’ve ridden it just about every day for a month.
It’s everything I hoped it would be. I got it from Dutchbikeseattle and it arrived just a few days after I ordered it. I hardly had to do any assembly [...]
Thanks AZTT for the link (bikehugger.com).
It appears my friend Tim was spotted in Seattle. Many in Tucson know him. He could often be seen riding his old ordinary bike (“high wheeler” or “penny farthing”) around town either with friends, on the Tuesday Night Rides, or by himself. He has a [...]