Posts Tagged ‘design’

Fast Boy Cycles is one of my favorite shops. Ok, it might because of their use of wooden handle bars and the pit bull photo on their website but that’s totally legit, right? If you love their bikes as much as I do and unlike myself have the money to order one, hop to it […]


Brooklyn By Bike has some big changes coming in the next few weeks – namely more writers (we hope soon) and a new design! More on all of that soon. In the meantime I present to you possibly the best designed bike site out there, Hufnagel Cycles. Straight out of where else but Portland, OR […]


We couldn’t be in DC but the fanfare was felt around the world as President Obama (we get to call him that now!) delivered his inaugural address. Here is a beautiful shot by Jesse Chan-Norris of the DC bike valet. Can we say success!? Thanks to all the valet volunteers out there. You are appreciated. […]


We know you are cheap. Let’s face it. You probably commute on a bicycle to save money. Yeah but we know how much your bike costs. We also know there are others things you will spend a lot of money on like messenger bags. We agree that this an item where you actually get what […]


As biking becomes increasingly popular thought and design innovation is pushed to a new level. Here of some of the designs around the web that caught our eye. The Plus Bike designed by Fabio Bortolani and Ermanno Righi. Fixed gear with lights built into the frame. [via Toxel]. 2009 SE Bikes not only look good but allow you to change your fixed […]


We’ve been meaning to write about the NYC bike rack design competition for some time now but between the shocking news in Bombay, turkey and Britney’s “Off the Record,” we’ve been full and busy. Oh wait, did we just admit we watched that terrible documentary? Like we said…we’ve been busy.  So bike racks yes! New […]


I like many other cyclists have suffered multiple bike thefts in my years on the road. I’ve pretty much come to accept it as part of the deal – commuting in a big city. That is until I recently read about a lock that might give cyclists some peace of mind. Michael Lambourn‘ Smart Lock […]