Just wanted to give a shout out to my new sponsor, Laekhouse.com.
Ethan Laek has been rockin sweet prints on t-shirts and hats, with lots of ode’s to the classic days cycling legends.
Available on his site and in chic cycling retailer shops.
His blog also has lots of great Do’s:
Bamboo bikes are becoming more popular than ever. Don’t take my word for it, check out this article in the NY Times:
Just Donâ€™t Let a Panda Borrow Your Bicycle
By MALIA WOLLAN Published: August 11, 2010(Photo by: Christian Hansen for The New York Times)
Photo caption: Justin Aguinaldo, a designer at the Bamboo […]
Tomorrow is another installment of the Museum’s ongoing series of talks on the Bespoke Bicycle. A couple of weeks ago it was the future of the bicycle, from a city development point of view. This time around its about the bicycle as the object and the handbuilt movement. Here is more about the event […]
There is an ongoing show at the Museum of Art and Design where the works of art are hand built bicycles. The show in entitled: Bespoke: the hand built bicycle and runs until August 15th. There is a story on NPR with a photo slide show of some of the builders involved with the […]
Story on NPR about Brooklyn’s own Bamboo Bike Studio.
Check it out here.
How’s that for green chic. Here is a story from Toronto’s The Star.com with a nice quote from Messenger legend and bike shop owner Nadir Olivet of Lacarrera-Cycles.com
article link Riding a bike made of grass June 24th, 2009 Catherine Porter ENVIRONMENT REPORTER
It’s light, it sucks carbon out of the air […]