Geo-Pedal Power

Cool, moving work from Jay Nelson.

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It’d be Interesting to See How This Would Hold Up After a Year in Public

Nice work from Bharat Bhargava who answers the question How can design be used to change and improve perceptions about shared spaces? with a Lamp-Bicycle-Bench:

“The combined functionality allows for social interaction amongst strangers. It offers opportunities and encourages fitmess in the outdoors for free and is accessible by all. Using human power, this strategy also addresses ownership issues by allowing users to pedal to power their neighbourhood park lighting.”

More at CSM Design Explorations

Malloy HoverBike

Whoa. When these eventually come to market I’m going to buy one, take it to the country and run it ’til the gas tank is empty.

More info on the bike and development here


Bike Lane Obstructions


A nice piece of Bicycle Journalism from Casey Neistat.

(Thanks Ben!)

Morning Dose of Rad Things Off of Ramps


Congratulations to Jed Mildon for landing the world’s first Triple Backflip at the Unit T3 Mindtricks BMX Jam in Taupo, New Zealand over the weekend. And also congrats to Team Hot Wheels for a branded world record for distance jump in a four-wheeled vehicle.

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I Love Bicycles

Welcome a brand new site to the internet

Hipster City Cycle

A pixel-art bike race adventure set on the iconic streets of Philadelphia… Now available as an iPhone and iPad app. Sorry Philly.

More info here and watch a demo after the jump

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The Pool

Loads of pictures have been floating around featuring the Nike event that took place last weekend but, the set by Nuno from Defgrip is definitely the best we’ve seen.

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Cause & Effect

Cars speeds by bikers on a windy treelined road. Bikers catch up to car which ran off the road, and flipped into a tree.

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Holy Moly

A nice bike by Creme Cycle whose approach is “a tribute to the love for materials, details and craftsmanship.” Sadly, the bikes are not available stateside.

Morning Dose of The Bicycle


Into It

A piece by Lucien Marc Smith for his brief Imagined Nostalgia show.

More images here