Saturday, January 22, 2005

British Steel

Mail & Guardian Online: Bye-bye to bike after 75 years

After 76 years, 80 000 km, two saddles and 15 sets of tyres, William Wagstaff retired His old Steel Horse, Evans, bought for £14 in 1929.

This trusty steed can be found on display in Londons Transport Museum to which Wagstaff donated the cycle.

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Thursday, January 13, 2005

World's biggest bicycle

World's biggest bicycle

K Sudhakar "The wacky automobile designer" has finished His latest creation. A 42 feet high and 3 tonnes heavy bicycle. When not building bikes, He build cars shaped like toilets, cricket balls, suitcases etc. etc.

Liking the extremes, He also built the smallest bicycle in India, 6 inches high.

Yeah, it's the one in the back!

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Monday, January 10, 2005

Martino's Bike Lane Diary

Martino's Bike Lane Diary: "Martin Helmut Reis"

Check out Martin Helmut Reis photoblog. IMHO he's a really talented photographer feeding the fetichists daily crawings for nice bicycle related artwork.

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Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Ride Me Sideways

Sideways Bike

Switched your skis for a snowboard? Then you might want to check out this guys bikes. He claims that the "Front to Back Balance" results in a greater degree of artistic feedback while riding than the "Left to Right Balance" used when riding a regular bike.

Can you imagine a SPD-Crash on one of theese?Posted by Hello

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