Inspired by the enduring French style of Porteur bicycles, first used by newspaper couriers in Paris, The Runwell delivers a classic blend of urban style and practicality.
This small team's combined background of architecture, graphic design, fine art and industrial design is driven by both art and science.
Here is a company with a great story, in a great city and with several great products, one of which happens to be bicycles.
Backed by the considerable experience of Peugeot Cycles in competition, the teams have designed a CLM (Contre La Montre), time trial, bike.
It's pretty hard to come up with a new idea in this space but UBC has changed the game with the Coren and has finally offered the enthusiast a truly new idea for a modern ride.
One of the highlights on the Audi stand is the bicycle technology concept known as the Audi e-bike Wörthersee – a sport bike that does not fit into any of the usual categories.
An emergency fender that’s there when you need it, gone when you don’t.
Would you put this on your bike?
SRAM’s pART PROJECT NYC, a charity art exhibit event, rolls into the Big Apple on November 29th. Don’t miss this exciting event at the Cedar Lake Theater in New York City.
A short video featuring the bicymple. Designed and built by Josh Bechtel in Bellingham, WA, USA.
We're quite fond of Jose Luis Romero Ramírez's font creation from Madrid Spain made of chains.
Simply pull the cord around the saddle pole or handlebar and place it in the groove on the top. BOOKMAN Light works perfectly in all weather conditions and it comes in several colors.
Filmed in May 2012 in Belgium and France for Halfords' sponsorship of the Tour de France on ITV4.
Bike-in-Theater is a summer pop-up movie event, where they project a well-known film onto a building, warehouse, mountain or vehicle and pair it with amazing food vendors, bike parking and a giant lot to lounge out in and watch the film with friends.
The Frame Handle (a.k.a. “The Little Lifter”!) is a comfortable, stylish, sturdy, and easy-to-use leather handle for carrying your bicycle, whether it's up the stairs, across the tracks, or into the metro.
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